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Container-MODs Once Moved Cargo, Will Now Provide Homes for Veterans

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In Midway City, California, American Family Housing and GrowthPoint Structures have come to the rescue to help house the area’s homeless veterans. Potter’s Lane, which consists of 16 studio-apartment units refurbished from cargo containers, is said to be the first example in the nation of a multi-unit permanent housing complex fashioned in this way. “Thinking outside of the box is …

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University Students Develop, Build Tiny Home Design

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Students at Norwich University in Vermont have taken affordable housing into their own hands. According to Treehugger, they have developed the CASA (Creating Affordable Sustainable Architecture) 802, a 324-square-foot micro home that provides sustainable housing for people from all income levels. Norwich University Professor Tolya Stonorov informs MHLivingNews, that this particular prototype micro home is built to IBC (International Building Code) …

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It looks Cool! But is Richard Perkin’s NoHA the Real Deal in Affordable Housing?

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It sounds good.  It looks cool. The video will make many think, ‘hey, this could be an option for me some day.’  But is this the real deal in affordable housing, just over the horizon?  Or are the missing facts in this prefabricated home design’s story – missing for a reason? MHLivingNews decided to take a look at a press …

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Comparing Tiny Houses vs Manufactured Homes – Function and Value vs. Fashion

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Jim Weiker at the Columbus Dispatch recently told MHLivingNews about their take on the growing popularity of “Tiny Houses,” and compared them to the manufactured home (MH) market. Tiny houses are a hit on TV, but their numbers are small in terms of actual homes being built, while the cost per square foot is every bit as high as their designs …

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