Will the rise of 3-D printed homes make housing construction so cheap that values of all existing homes will depreciate?
I explore this with you.
It’s the third installment of our 3-part housing supply crisis series.
3-D printing uses lots of concrete. It is the world’s most popular building material.
No matter how one builds, there are still costs of: labor, land, materials, design & planning, architecture & engineering, site work & drainage, and regulation.
A recent NAHB study shows that the regulatory cost of building a new single-family home is a staggering $94,000.
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