Changing the Game with Modular Construction

Revolutionizing the Traditional Home-Building Model

Impact Housing provides a modern, faster, less expensive, and environmentally sensitive approach to home building. Revolutionizing the traditional home building model through the integration of off-site modular manufacturing techniques and efficiencies opens the door to home ownership for today's modern families. Our manufacturing and construction methods help to produce much-needed housing, in the face of a tight and increasingly expensive construction labor market.

The Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2021 Annual Report* shows construction technology at the top of the list of real estate disrupters in the survey. Many surveyed, including home builders, residential land developers, commercial/ multifamily real estate developers, real estate investors, bank lenders, and investment managers, indicated that modular construction solutions that address labor shortages have reached the point where they make more sense from a cost perspective and are seeing greater adoption as a result.

*Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2021 survey. PwC and the Urban Land Institute. Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2021 - US & Canada (

Opening Doors to Modular Housing

Our collective experience as developers of many different types of housing means that we understand local land use and zoning laws. This allows us to assist with the design and planning of residential communities. We work with specialized architects and designers to create efficient and desirable floor plans for vibrant communities. We acquire materials, manufacture the modular elements, assemble homes in our manufacturing facilities, and then deliver them to the site and install on permanent foundations. This disruptive approach to home building results in quality, well-priced housing solutions with a faster return on investment for builders and developers.

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