Despite Materials Price Increase, Oak Creek Delays Price Hike.

Building Materials Price Increase

Price Increase Delayed to Sept 22nd

In response to demand for housing to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Oak Creek Homes has decided to delay price increases on new manufactured homes.

As #HurricaneHarvey approached the Texas coast, many industry leaders feared a price increase from building material suppliers. Sure enough, within hours of the storms passing, Oak Creek Homes was notified of a price hike for lumber, steel, sheet-rock, and other materials used in hour Heavy Homes.

In an effort to keep new homes costs as low as possible, Oak Creek Homes implemented a retail program, delaying the price increase for all new homes to September 15th.

That date has been pushed back ever further, and is now set at September 22nd, 2017. All homes ordered by September 21st will be spared the price increase.

Chuck Carney, President of Retail Operations says, “We (Oak Creek) cannot control the market prices of our building materials. What we can control, to a degree, is our ability to insulate those higher prices from our coastal residents for as long as we possibly can.”

The estimated price increase, when enacted, will add roughly $1.90 per square foot to home prices.

*Some exclusions apply. Contact your local Oak Creek Homes center for more details.*

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Chris Hudspeth
Regional Marketing Manager at Oak Creek Homes

Chris has been the Region 2 Marketing Manager for Oak Creek Homes since February, 2017. Chris has spent years selling and marketing manufactured homes, RV’s and similar lifestyle products. Chris’ love for poker is the reason he was not assigned to stores in Louisiana or Oklahoma. Chris loves being a team player, as well as a father.