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    • Ok hear me out. You own property, turn this into a guest house!
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    • Paying less than the cost of an apartment for only four years? Where the fuck can i get one
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    • You’re all stupid as fuck and I hate this damn app. Holy shit we all fucking know it’s $12,000. Do you know how much a normal house is? Fucking $120,000++. $252/Month is less than a lot of people’s fucking car payments. You could own a nice car, and this house, off of damn near minimum wage.
      Wholesome 27 jun
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    • Remember when you could buy a nice suburban home for that price? No? Me neither. Thanks, boomers.
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    • everyone saying it’s $12,000 still like bro $252 a month for that is still pretty good imo
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    • Does it have water electricity and plumbing?
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    • It's $12,000 NOT $252
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    • It’s still 12,000 just a monthly charge, you better have some friends with deep wallets
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    • 12k is very steep for a shed that size
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    • If you have the property for it, what you do is put a couple of these on it for when your kids when they want to move out but can’t afford it. They have their own starter place, and when they leave, you have guest houses.
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    • You can tell ifunny's demographic is teenagers cause everyone on here things 12,000 is expensive. 😂
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    • $12k for the bare structure, $30k+ to have the inside finished, $15k minimum for land, $5k for site prep, $??K to have water, electricity, and sewer run to your site. Add in that this probably isn't large enough to fit building codes. Might as well just buy an existing historic 1000 square foot home
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    • Anyone that believe 12k or 250 a month for this is expensive is an idiot. I’ve seen people pay triple that for a studio apartment. This looks fun and cheap if you already have some land!
      KhalDoggo 28 jun
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    • I’ve been thinking about buying a few of those kind of things and sticking them together and taking out the walls and making it all one big Frankenstein’s house.
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    • Finally! I can afford to live
      ckg66 27 jun
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    • SergeyT 27 jun
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    • $12,000 mini house. Fuck ya.
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    • Look I'm borderline broke but you fucks are acting like 12k is a million dollars.. do you idiots realize you could easily get a loan for that without great credit? And it's a fucking HOUSE. Finding and buying property with no housing is no higher than like 50k most states
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    • Fuck it, go for it. Go be Happy. Done explaining this shit.
      Tagnut 28 jun
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    • $12000 on top of putting plumping, electricity, furniture, A/C, insulation, appliances, flooring, etc.
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    • Buy some land and connect these sum of bitches
      Shaqtus33 29 jun
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    • You’re also probably gonna want insulation, ac, electricity, running water, etc. It’s doable, but it’s gonna cost a lot more money.
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    • It’s a nice price but my city won’t allow it, this is like a tiny home, they consider it something along the lines of a trailer home, and they can’t have that as it’ll lower neighboring home values and they won’t be able to tax as much
      Nfruits 29 jun
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    • Yes that's a very attractive monthly price but keep in mind this is likely just a shell and windows. No insulation, drywall, carpeting, etc just the frame and some siding tacked on. That said thats a pretty damn nice frame
      Eivaan 30 jun
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    • Congrats you've discovered what trailer homes are.
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    • You’d probably end up paying like 20-40 grand if you actually wanted it be a house since the thing needs electric, plumbing, insulation and all kinds of things like that, still dirt cheap for a home though
      limbabeem 30 jun
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    • kanep0e 27 jun
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    • For 13,000 you can build something wayyy better. I used to help my dad remodel houses so I don't know very much but I do know you're screwing yourself if you buy that. You also need to factor in zoning regulations and land cost.
      Tagnut 27 jun
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    • Boxabl is making box apartments like these that are fully furnished and customizable!
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    • Tuff sheds are ok as a shed, but they’re a bit too rickety to be a house... especially once your mom visits and snaps the main beam like a twig
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    • It’s a shed not house. You would have to install literally everything. All you get is the structure. I used to sells fairly nice sheds and people would constantly attempt to do the same thing then sell them back less than a year later for a fraction of what they paid for it.
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    • My parents let me move out to the shed in my backyard. This shit is too nice. I can jack off, smoke weed, or play my xbox whenever tf I want
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    • For 8k more you can get a mobile home that's actually wired for elictricity, insulated, climate controlled, has plumbing and a way to set it on land in leu of permanent foundation,plus it will be up to code. Trying to make this shed liveable will cost way more than is worth it plus the hassle
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    • So afterwards you're gonna be spending anywhere from 30k-45k. That's only with the building itself. You then have to buy a piece of land which isn't too hard to find. Go out into the country side and you can get something reasonably price for a place that has no building regulations (1/2)
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    • Half you motherfuckers don’t even know how to hold a hammer
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    • Typically these sheds aren't meant to support the weight on the top floor that you would need for all the stuff for a house. Unless it's designed for it or has been modified the top floor could collapse with not as much weight as you'd think.
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    • None of you are homeowners are you...
      GLoomis 27 jun
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    • That’s just a bare bones shed, but still would be cheaper than a house. Plus most of the time they legally have to be bolted to foundation, which is another couple thousand, not to mention how much it costs to finish the inside and get utilities connected.
      s9jialxit 29 jun
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    • Anyone notice the shed version and the house version look drastically different? You are gonna have to spend a lot to remodel it probably. But yeah still cheaper than a regular house. But you still have to buy the property you want to put it on.
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    • Forever 28 jun
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    • I bet it has great insulation...
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    • My friends and I already started this. We're building a community in a college town and making millions
      Truck_kun 28 jun
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    • Get some utilities running in there, and you’re honestly set for life.
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    • Ngl this is something i may do one day
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    • Guys that's the monthly payment 😂 the actual price is 12grand
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    • I’ve actually been inside one and they’re pretty decently sized. I would say it’s pretty minty for a single person or a couple just trying to move out and start their own lives ya know?
      MintyMint 27 jun
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    • $252? No fucking waaaay. Thats sick.
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    • And if you could build that form scratch, it’s half the price
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    • You can really tell who knows what goes into buying a house and who does not. 😂 this is be no more then a few thousand dollars to get fully set up comfortable
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    • But can you shit in it?
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    • With my current rent i can pay for 5 of these sheds holy fuck
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    • “$12k”
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    • You pay 252 a month. If you own a lot of land, you can have it set up and offer it to homeless people for like 300-400 a month and profit.
      Invertzz 27 jun
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    • Zero insulation. I could make a box house and insulate it for cheaper than 12000
      HDPlank 27 jun
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    • Hey! I am actually planning on building a shed house on family property and they are gonna help my wife and I run plumbing and electricity through it. Im quite excited 😁
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    • First off you'd need to own some land. Secondly you would need a water source which would most likely be through a ground well. Wifi and power would be a costly thing to install if you want to have it in quality. Ide say if a couple of homies pulled enough together it could work.
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    • Honestly me and my girlfriend might do this. We have land where there's an old trailer house she grew up in (her Dad moved to his grandma's house across the road after she died). We'll just get rid of the old trailer house and put a mini house there.
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    • Someone needs to tell bubbles
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    • Tbh considering doing that and maybe buying a plot of land or something to actually start a village.
      FucNugget 27 jun
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    • Get 10 of these and rent them off in AirBnB for $80 a night
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    • If I started a town I would immediately start working on a nuclear program
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    • This is the same rent I pay for an apartment
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    • Would have been better to use a picture of Bubbles.
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    • You guys. This is a storage shed. I sell sheds like these. It has nothing in it except plywood. It has no electricity, no insulation, no plumbing, nothing. It may not even have a floor. $12,000 is not a bad price for a tall shed like that. But it is not a livable home until you make it one
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    • Manufactured homes are a dangerous game, as it’s literally the only type of home that doesn’t mature with time, meaning that you won’t be able to sell the home for a profit (99% of the time), don’t be fooled!
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    • water, insulation, a plot of land to put it on, electricity.....
      Haramboob 28 jun
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    • I have a decent amount of land. This would be dope but honestly I might invest in something more stable. Looks dope tho!
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    • A house like that in SoCal would be like $450,000
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    • Bearing in mind the average deposit required for a mortgage is around 12,000 so really this is a steal, I would defs buy one!
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    • Weird i just thought about making a shed house today
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    • Trailer park
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    • Here in Chicago paying 2,500 a month for a studio apartment
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    • Need!!!!!!!!!!
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    • No more of mom’s spaghetti 🍝
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    • man i'm really about to buy one of these as my house holy shit, drag and drop irl
      Kasagure 28 jun
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    • Anyone interested should look into tiny houses. There's hundreds of videos on YouTube about them. They're not entirely legal in some states but they're very cheap and a good option for anyone that lives a minimalist lifestyle
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    • People in the middle of nowhere bragging about less than 250$ payments, this house is made for people living in cities. My rent is $2k a month, I would sacrifice some comfort with this to save up for an actual house later on. I may pay lots of rent but I also make six figures because of where I work
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    • I lived in a shed for a while. Had a wood burning stove, a fuse box, and I also had WiFi. Total cost per month 300$ and I spot in an out house & had an outdoor shower
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    • Buy this for bubbles
      cjason23 27 jun
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    • Bold of you to assume I have friends
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    • I N E E D I T
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    • Why is this not more widely known
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    • It says installation included
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    • Still need the property to put it on...
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      LewdShopManagerEcho 27 jun
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    • Me and the boys turning a giant field into utopia of sheds
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    • Do not mess with the cup head tuff shed
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    • Stack them
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    • You’d be able to pay that off in 4 years tops! Screw 15 and 30 years mortgages
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    • Not in tornado alley
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    • To those saying "it's actually $12,000" look at the price of an actual house and tell me that's not a steal
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    • Hey that’s me!
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    • Sounds like a good idea until a huge gust of wind blows you to bum-fuck-egypt
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    • How do you access the second story
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    • Shit I thought it was 250 for the House not monthly. Still good but I was like goddamn
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    • Windows without shutters look weird imo
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    • Oh Fuck yeah
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    • Build a container home
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