There are many benefits associated with the use of prefabricated home kits.
They are touted as both easy and quick to install.
However, it is important to note that things can and do go wrong with prefabricated homes.
For instance, delays in assembly and swelling costs.
As discussed in a recent article, one person who purchased a Rocio Romero pre-fab home found his costs swell from $167,000 to $260,000, due in part to the a contractor’s failure to work within the budget.
Not included in the low-ball quote were costs for labor, transportation, insulation, windows, land and other finishes.
It is very important to carefully investigate and consider all of the possible costs before goring forward.