Imagine being able to own a brand-new home for $25,000.
A Vancouver man hopes to revolutionize homeownership and small space living with his easy-to-assemble micro homes.
Nomad Micro Homes and its President Ian Kent are raising funds on the crowd-funding website indiegogo to make affordable micro homes a reality.
Kent says there are multiple uses for homes which are about 160 square feet in size.
“There’s a wide range of uses, from people using them as additional accommodation, to recreational property — you could basically drive this home in and assemble it in a week.”
The homes are easy to assemble and set-up.
“At least one handyman with a helper could assemble it in less than a week, it’s kind of an IKEA type model,” says Kent.
Three different models are proposed, starting at $25,000 for the base model, and $28,000 for the “Live” model that includes kitchen appliances and…
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