Ana G.: what do you need to do to complete theses buildings and do you happen to know the cost of completion?
John Lucien: have you built a couple hundred houses in my time I can tell you that this place is missing a lot of stuff. it's missing Plumbing electric insulation wall board kitchen cabinets bathroom cabinets kitchen fixtures and appliances bathroom fixtures trim Electric trim Plumbing floors paint lightning and the most important thing of all day foundation. even if you have all that other stuff lined up still probably going to have to hook up to City Water and Sewer which is going to require building permit and if you get a building permit they're going to want to look at every inch of that framing to make sure it's to their city or county code. Chances are it is not and you're going to have to do things to the frame to make it compliant. It looks well built but no matter what there's always going to be something that's not right. inspectors get paid to find that stuff, and they will. permits and inspections in most areas will cost close to $10k... all the other stuff I mentioned above will cost many thousands more.
Brian O: did you get it??
Brian O: really nice
samantha nicholson: good size and price for it. in our town largest size they get here is 12x32
Scorpion: Cheaper to just build your own. You'll have to finish that anyway. Why not just go back a couple of steps and start from the beginning.
A Rogue Chihuahua: I just bought a 12x24 side lofted barn cabin for 6 grand
Steven Tuck: oh come on! u can buy a very nice used manufactured home, with all appliances, for what it would cost to buy and outfit one of these flimsy structures... but hey, if thats what u wanna do, then go for it....
L: These are basically sheds. The metal one is a garage and the wooden one is nicer but basically an unfinished garage. Ten grand is a lot for an empty shell.
tien phan: how do u look for land to have ur tiny house on?
roostershooter76: Metal is more expensive to insulate.
T Brown Records: for $10,000 ain't bad it's pretty big
mark pasillas: I'm buying one next week, I'm a skilled carpenter and for the price it isn't bad. I got a quote for 8,500 cash out the door on this same one. I will be adding my own walls, dad's putting in electrical panels and breakers, outlits, switches, fans, my little bro is doing all the plumbing and piping and septic. no labor cost just family and materials. total plus house will come out to 5,000 without appliances so 13,500.. little by little I will do my landscaping, stone half way wall outside, and build my own carport and workshop.
Eli Sternfeld: no way will all of my stuff will fit on that no way. need massive.
Lisabeth Olson: I almost bought one like that that was already half finished with 2 lofts. The entry was the kitchen with a bedroom in the back. It was so close to done but no bathroom. Good luck.
Alan Herrera: Bought a 12x36 with porch. Got a repo one. Reg $8.999 and I got it at $4100. Ran all electrical, insulation and dry wall. Well worth it.
Jennifer W: I LOVE the windows. Love them! And the loft is even better! Build some of those winding stairs so you don't have to climb a ladder. That said, I thought about buying a shed and putting it in my back yard until it's paid off. Then, other than when I need electricians, etc., as needed, what would be an honest price to pay two handyman type guys who had the skills, to come in and build it like this? In other words, I don't have the physical ability nor the knowledge to do it myself, but would still think I could build it cheaper than getting a contractor. I also thought that maybe I could come in and pay a professional to oversee the work from time to time, just to be sure they're doing it right. If I did all this, how much do you think it would cost, other than the initial shed?
davros123ify: Actually that would be a pretty cool thing to do. Get about 3 acres of land and get 1 of those might need a couple of extra buildings 1 for the bathroom and other for storage or what not as oppose to paying $2 or $300k for a house with property taxes and insurance running up to about $2 or $3000 a year
Raymond J: the tripple one done in wood is the crap
Brad Mad: I will bet there are realtors and builders who would rater die than see people get low cost simple living, and the utility's OMG they can't have people being able to provide there own power, and lets not forget the politicians they can't have this, where is the dependency, where are the voters where is their money??? Wake up people we are being turned into slaves, for big cars houses and consumer junk, oh yeah can't grow your own food lest the grocery stores starve.
prebuilt homes -Off grid cabin - tiny house - options you can afford for 10k5
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