We have been selling manufactured (mobile) and modular homes in the coastal region of South Carolina since 1959, helping wishful homeowners live the dream of home ownership at affordable prices. Our gorgeous products, experience, and customer care is what sets us apart from the rest. Our customers hail from all over the low­country of SC, and some travel long distances to meet with us about the planning, pricing and design of some of the best system built homes in the United States by the most respected names in modular, mobile and manufactured housing.

We are partner distributors with many of the widely recognized builders of manufactured and modular homes in the U.S. such as Holmes Building Systems, Norris, Live Oak, and Schult. We are always researching and evaluating new manufacturers so that we can provide even more options in floor plans, styles, and prices for you. We currently have hundreds of manufactured and modular housing floor plans available. Most have customizable options available which we will gladly help you navigate through to build your dream home package.

Our office is located in Moncks Corner, South Carolina, but we have sold and designed homes all over the Southern region of the state. Many of our customers come from as far away as Georgetown, Beaufort, James and John’s Island, Ridgeville, Harleyville, Sumter and even Manning. We also serve the local areas of Charleston, Summerville, Goose Creek, Hanahan, and Jedburg.

Together, with you, we will help you decide such things like cabinets, flooring, foundation type, colors, fixtures, and landscaping all to fit within your budget. We also have lenders that we can put you in touch with to help with financing options.


About Us

Dixie­George Jones Homes is a sixteen­time winner of the coveted customer satisfaction award. We have sold thousands of homes throughout the low country since 1959, and our goal of providing you with a home that satisfies your needs at the best possible price remains the same. We hope you become part of our family with the purchase of a Dixie­George Jones Home. We are always getting new inventory and offer competitive pricing on all of our homes. So, please, schedule a tour of our model home center, showcasing both manufactured and modular homes.

Why us?

  • We are the only retailer in South Carolina to have four members in the prestigious Manufactured Housing Institute of South Carolina’s Hall of Fame"
  • We were voted sales center of the year three times
  • We’re trustworthy and reputable: Established in 1959 with countless satisfied home owners.
  • We provide the customer with numerous options and variations in our homes
  • We provide customers with the home of their dreams and at the very best price.
  • We strive to be responsive the customer’s needs before and after the sale.
  • *We provide exceptional service and knowledge. A business that continues for over 50 years must be doing something right! We go the extra mile to make sure that every customer who comes into our office gets what they want. We do more than just answer questions, we provide our customers with answers to questions they may not even know to ask.


PROVIDING FAITHFUL SERVICE AND COMMITMENT SINCE 1959. OFFERING MODULAR HOMES | MANUFACTURED HOMES | SERVING THE ENTIRE CHARLESTON SC AREA. CALL (843) 899-6146 FOR A CONSULTATION


Manufactured Homes

There is a large discrepancy over the difference between manufactured homes and while there are some similarities, there are also some differences. The major difference with regard to Manufactured homes is that the home is build on a chassis that is designed so that the home can be transported at some point in the future and it is build to HUD (Housing and Urban Development) codes, not the local building codes. Both can be installed on a foundation, hooked to local utilities, are built in factories and are built using standardized materials.

Modular Homes

As mentioned in the manufactured home description on this page, these homes can also be installed on a foundation or crawl space, and are built in factories using standardized materials, but the primary difference is a modular home is built to the International residential building code as is a site built home. Both of these options offer some great features, like being built in a weather controlled area, thus eliminating the chance of water damage to the home prior to it's completion.