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10 Modern Prefab Homes That Cost Less Than $100,000 – Via Dwell

10 Modern Prefab Homes That Cost Less Than $100,000 – Via Dwell

 

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On budget and on trend, these small, affordable homes are filling a much-needed hole in the housing marketplace.

 

With a severe housing crisis tightening the vise on major North American cities like Seattle, San Francisco, and Toronto, the need for affordable homes is more pronounced than ever. Prefabricated homes—whether they’re modular, kit, or mobile homes—are a well-priced option, and often come with many options for customization. They’re also increasingly available in more modern designs, from humble cabins to contemporary tiny homes. Here, we’ve highlighted 10 prefab homes that can be purchased from various homebuilders in the United States and Canada for under $100,000.

Note: These prices do not include soft costs (like a site survey or geotechnical report) or hard costs (like the cost of purchasing or acquiring land, shipping, and hookups to local utilities). Where noted, pricing may only include the shell of the building.

K6 Series by KitHaus

Price: $60,000 to $80,000
Size: 240 to 330 square feet
KitHaus’ largest line of prefabricated, non-custom homes, the K6 series delivers loads of dramatic living space. Depending on the specific model, clients can select a full kitchen and/or bath, including a toilet, sink, and shower. Like KitHaus’ other prefab homes, this series has cladding options: corrugated galvalume; smooth, natural cement board with corrugated roofing; hardwood siding/Ipe; or other Cor-Ten corrugated siding and roofing. Insulation is provided with SIP panels (Structural Insulated Panels) in floors, roofs, and ceilings; glazing is provided with quality, dual-glazed, low-E frames with screens and locks available in clear or bronze anodized.

 

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