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Comfort, beauty, and value in Eastern Iowa.

For three generations, Hames - The Homes People has provided comfort, beauty, and value to Eastern Iowa homeowners. We treat our customers right with over 13,000 mobile and manufactured homes sold since 1969.

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Spacious and attractive manufactured home communities.

Here, you will find old-fashioned community spirit. A quiet and safe neighborhood, where folks have a quick, friendly smile and wave.

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Summit View
Grand View
Manufactured Homes Do NOT Depreciate. Here’s the proof.

From The Blog

Manufactured Homes Do NOT Depreciate. Here’s the proof.

The value of a manufactured home, mobile home, or any home for that matter, depends on condition, location, and demand.

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New and used, singlewide and doublewide, lots of floor plans.

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What Our Residents Say


We LOVE the emergency emails that get sent out about weather and other things to know quickly.

John and Bobbie O'Bryon

Living in this wonderful, safe and clean area is our dream come true.

Toni Floerchinger

Extremely well kept and quiet community. When selling our home, Hames was very professional and nice to deal with. Highly recommend.

Brenda Vesely

Beautiful environment. The place is well taken of.

Christian Baseme

Nice and quiet plus it's well maintained by residents.

Zigashane Joseph

We are happy to be living in Grand View. It's such a nice quiet place to live.

Ron & Jan Schuster

Such a beautiful place to live. Multiple parks, a walking trail, a disc golf course as well as community events!

Val Overbeck

Great looking mobile home park!

Jason Titlbach

Es un lugar muy tranquilo y limpio.

Jose Luis

Neighbors are friendly and so helpful. As senior citizens, we are very content to live in such a well-run mobile home park.

Mary Croff & Kenny Selker