Why Buy From Us?


We will sit down with you and listen carefully to your needs, wants, and preferences in order to recommend the perfect home for your new lifestyle  choice


After choosing your preferred model,  we will customize it with options of your choice including materials, colors, hardware, appliances, and floor plan layouts 


Once your options have been selected and a final price has been established, we will help you find appropriate financing that fits your budget


Now its time to choose where your new home will be located.  We can help find RV parks, retirement villages,  vacation and recreation destinations, or private lots 


The last step to the process is to delivery and set up your new home. We will guide and direct you in every step from transit to utility hook ups to ensure your new home is occupant approved ready.

Compact Cottages

3049 Georgia Rd.

Franklin, NC 28734 

Office Hours:

Monday - Wednesday: By Appointment

Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm

Sunday: Closed

O: 828.634.0077

M: 706.498.5830

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Downsize Process

Get Real About Your Actual Needs. Downsizing doesn’t mean getting rid of your beloved possessions. Downsizing is about getting rid of the extra clutter that you don’t really need or want. Anything you haven’t used it in a year should automatically go. If you use an item occasionally but know you could live without it, let it go. I’m sure there are a number of things around your house that you are planning on getting around to someday. Someday is not a day of the week, people. Releasing these items will make room for things you really love and use. Having never used something is not a good reason to hold onto it. Even if it cost a lot of money. Let. It. Go. We’ve all bought an ab-roller, or some equivalent, in our lives. Making bad shopping decisions is a part of being human. Forgive yourself and toss the crap.

Get Rid of the Useless, Ugly, and Unwanted. The key to making your downsizing process effective is to go through everything and ask, “Is it useful? Is in beautiful? Does it make me happy?” If you are answering no to two out of those three questions, that item has not earned a spot in your future home. Some stuff has sentimental value. It’s ok to hang on to treasured keepsakes, but try to pare it down. Keep one item to remind you of the one memory, instead of hanging onto all of the memorabilia that can clutter your home.

Get Organized. By grouping like items you may realize it’s time to

get rid of even more stuff. Do you really need 3 different ways to strain

noodles? I’m going to say no. No, you don’t. Organizing like items gives

you the opportunityto see where you have too much of something. Do

you have 600 pens? Do you keep buying pens every time you see them

on super-sale, thinking, well, we always need pens? Time to adjust that


Sell, Donate, Trash. You need three piles, bags or boxes to sort all

items that didn’t make the cut. You can consign, eBay or have a garage sale for anything in good shape. Donate to charity items that don’t sell. Throw away anything that is broken beyond repair or just too worn out.