Permanent Modular Building
Permanent modular buildings have many of the benefits that conventional buildings have, but they are definitely not limited to those. Permanent modular buildings, like conventional buildings, are considered to be real property but do not have as many costs as conventional buildings. For example travel, energy and time costs are reduced to a minimum because the building itself is constructed simultaneously as the site is being prepared.
Permanent modular buildings require a different kind of foundation that helps secure the structure to the land. This, then, defines the building as a conventional building and will be treated as such; its value will be treated as traditional property is evaluated.
By working with experienced consultants, you can determine if your situation would benefit more from a portable or permanent modular building. These economically beneficial buildings are often built to fit the customer's specific design needs.