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Home prices are up in many counties in Oregon, jumping around 20% on average in certain parts of the state. This is encouraging homebuyers to consider an efficient and cost-effective modular home.

But what choices do you have if you’re interested in getting a modular home built in Oregon?

We’ve saved you time on your research by compiling a list of the most acclaimed modular builders in the Beaver State.

This article details company histories, available floor plans, and customization services so you can select the right home builder for your next project.


Starting our list is ideabox in Salem, which lives by the motto, “the right amount of everything.”

You’ll indeed find everything you’re looking for when you browse ideabox’s modular homes. You can select from four models. 

Interior view of an Ideabox home
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The ib.01 has two bathrooms, up to three bedrooms, and is 1,500 square feet. This home starts at $310,000. The ib.02 is a 1,600-square foot home with two bathrooms and up to three bedrooms for $320,000 to start. 

If you need more space, consider the ib.03. It has two bathrooms and three bedrooms spread across 1,700 square feet. This model costs about $330,000.

Finally, the ib.04 is a 1,200-square foot home with two bathrooms and three bedrooms. The starting price is $280,000. 

Exterior side view of an Ideabox modular home
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What We Like

Are you interested in changing up the look of your house? Ask the ideabox team! You can customize nearly anything with their guidance. 

Skyline Homes

Established in 1951, Skyline Homes specializes in factory-built homes. You can select which elements make it into your property, so it’s unique. 

Interior view of a Skyline Homes modular home
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Your options include exterior and interior accent columns, a fireplace, lighting and faucet upgrades, exterior dormers, mirrored closets, and designer hardware and doors.

You may also wish to add double vanities, a large shower, brushed nickel kitchen cabinetry, GE SmartWater filtration system, a super-capacity washer and dryer, or stainless steel appliances. 

What We Like

Skyline Homes builds all modular homes following Energy Star standards for energy efficiency. 

Exterior view of a Skyline Homes modular home
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The company is an Energy Star partner and promises about 15 percent more energy efficiency than the average home following the 2004 International Standard Code. 

Fidelity Builders

In Willamette Valley is Fidelity Builders, a modular builder that favors using sustainable materials whenever possible. 

Exterior view of a Fidelity Builders modular home
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The Fidelity Builders’ home-building process involves four steps. First is the consultation to discuss your needs, budget, and goals. 

Next, you’ll work with the Fidelity team to design your ultimate modular home. Pre-construction then begins, which is still part of the second phase. This process entails permitting as well. 

Interior view of a Fidelity Builders modular home's kitchen
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Finally, your home will be built at Fidelity’s factory and delivered to you when it’s ready.

What We Like

Fidelity Builders has a vast portfolio of modular home designs that is sure to impress. 


Exterior front view of a MODS modular home
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As the MODS team says, it’s “leading the way in modular philosophy.” 

The Portland, Oregon prefab home constructer makes custom properties, including commercial buildings, multi-family homes, transitional housing, and single-family homes.

The MODS team comprises artisans who are passionate about quality, beauty in design, and efficiency. The company is interested in achieving a net-zero energy footprint someday. 

Interior view of a MODS modular home
Courtesy of MODS

For now, a MODS home includes controllable solar and light radiation, vapor and water flow, and heat.

What We Like

MODS gives you the freedom to customize your house with features like sliding doors, glass walls, vaulted ceilings, radiant floors, and more. 

Tiny Heirloom

Living the tiny home life is easy when hiring professionals like Tiny Heirloom to build your home. 

Exterior side view of a row of Tiny Heirloom modular homes in a park
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The Portland-based company is family-run and has more than ten years of residential construction experience. The team includes in-house designers and engineers to help you plan your build.

Interior rendering of a tiny home by Tiny Heirloom
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Clients can also explore the Signature Series, including the 20-foot Keepsake, the lightweight Legacy, the family-oriented Heritage, the goose-neck trailer called the Majesty, or the Scandinavian-designed Journey. 

What We Like

If you are looking for an ADU or an office rather than a small home, Tiny Heirloom can build these for you, too.

Rich’s Portable Cabins

Lori and Rich Daniels are the founders and namesake of Rich’s Portable Cabins, with more than 20 years of experience in the North Powder area. 

Exterior view of a Rich’s Portable Cabins modular cabin home
Courtesy of Rich’s Portable Cabins

The company started after Rich made an outdoor playhouse for his daughter and realized his passion for building structures. That passion only evolved from there.

Today, you can select from cabin models such as the classic double loft, a small cabin, a stand-up loft, or an economy loft. The homes on wheels offer just enough floor space for living that ultra-cozy, minimalist lifestyle. 

Interior view of a Rich’s Portable Cabins modular cabin home looking out
Courtesy of Rich’s Portable Cabins

What We Like

You can customize the amenities included with your cabin when you hire Rich’s Portable Cabins. For instance, you can add a bedroom, a bathroom, a loft, and a larger kitchen. 

Tiny Smart House

Albany’s Tiny Smart Home has one mission, “to offer affordable, durable, sustainable tiny houses with quality materials and craftsmanship.” 

Exterior view of a The North, a modular home by Tiny Smart Home
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It provides trailer-sized homes, so when it says ‘tiny,’ the company means it! In addition, you can customize your Tiny Smart House to make it your own. 

Trust in the reliability of these petite structures, as the team uses rectangular tube steel and other heavy-duty components for optimal weight distribution and durability. 

Interior view of a The North, a modular home by Tiny Smart Home
Courtesy of Tiny Smart Home

What We Like

You have your pick among eight Tiny Smart House models for RV towing. And each model is very budget-friendly.

Tru Form Tiny Homes 

Here’s another tiny prefab builder, this time in Eugene called Tru Form Tiny Homes. Founded by Jon Carroll in 1978, co-owner Carroll and his family have always been an eco-conscious bunch. 

Interior view of a Truform Tiny modular home
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That translated to Tru Form Tiny Homes, a Passive House-certified builder, gold-certified through LEED.

The park models are homes in the six figures between 24 and 28 feet long. If you need a home that’s even smaller than that, Tru Form Tiny Homes offers travel trailer models as well.

Exterior view of a Tru Form Tiny Homes modular home
Courtesy of Tru Form Tiny Homes

What We Like 

Would you rather buy a pre-built home? Tru Form has those on its website too. These homes are tiny, about 10 feet long, and just shy of 400 square feet.

The tiny homes are full of features, including bronze fixtures, pinewood cathedral ceilings, recessed lighting, an awning, and a tile backsplash. 


Oregon has plenty of superb modular home builders to choose from. Many specialize in tiny homes or cabins, and almost all will customize your home, so it’s just right for you.

Also, be sure to check out our list of modular home builders in neighboring states like California and our top choices of green home builders in Oregon, as several of the companies featured may be able to deliver a modular home to your area of the state.

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