By . Containers Home. Published at Sunday, March 15th, 2020 - 17:56:59 PM.
Quick solution for a ready-to-go home
One such alternative is the humble shipping container – yes that right the humble shipping crate.
But now many people looking to buy a new home are buying them for the same price as their parents or grandparents did in the 1950`s at around $20000. The difference is they`re buying homes not make of wood or traditional materials. They`re buying shipping container homes. That`s right-homes made from used steel containers that once carried merchandise on large ships. And they`re not what you would first imagine. These are nice desirable homes.
The answer: They can be as green as you want them to be.
One of the key benefits to this approach is the speed of the build – the benefits of a modular approach (joining shipping cans together) is that the build time is rapid – so rapid in fact its typically done in a fraction of the time that a standard home build would take.
In the early 1950’s in America families could buy a modest new home for around $20,000 after you added in the property taxes, furniture, appliances and move-in costs. In today’s real estate market in the United States, purchasing the same type of house in a typical middle class neighborhood might cost you around $200,000 depending on the location and other factors.
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