For as long as I can remember, prefab homes have suffered the rap of the red-headed step-child of housing. Over the past few years however, my wife Xina and I have begun a family tradition of road-tripping to destinations two to five hours from our home in Redmond for weekend getaways. We routinely shell out $100-$200 per night for lodging on these excursions and by far our most memorable experiences have been in one-of-a-kind cabins and cottages and yurts and boats. With the boom of AirBnBs and VRBOs and the dizzying rise of building costs, more and more we find ourselves entertaining the thought of buying land in the mountains and dropping a pre-fab cabin on it... both as a home-away-from-home and as an appreciable cash-flow asset with a low bar of entry. Have a look at some of these prefab cabins and ask yourself, "could I, would I in a prefab?"
Author:Kevin Sarbora Phone: 206-351-2174 Dated: September 27th 2016 Views: 84 About Kevin: ...
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