The Perils of Prefab Homes

In recent years, the advantages of the newer breed of prefabricated houses, has been touted both within the housing industry and outside of it.

However, prefabricated housing isn’t foolproof and a lot can go wrong, as this NY Times articles references.

One woman and her partner decided to build a prefab home on land willed to her by her deceased father.

What she thought would be a seamless ordeal, turned out to be anything but.

She and her partner ended up more than $100,000 budget.

A low-ball quote by her contractor was just the start of what turned out to be a disastrous experience.

To avoid a similar experience, it is very important that individuals considering prefabricated homes choose an experienced contractor and investigate all of the associated costs of building a prefab home.

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