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In the last two articles of our Green Guide to Prefab series, we showed you the best way to build a prefab home that suits your lifestyle and makes the most of your building site. In our latest article, we’ll look at the elements you need to consider to ensure the financial success of your project – green homes offer dynamic environments that are a joy to live in, but in order to successfully build one it’s essential to be realistic and control costs to avoid winding up in the red. Read on as former Lindal Cedar Homes CEO and green design consultant Michael Harris returns to Inhabitat to discuss the ins and outs of building your dream home on a budget.

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4 Comments

  1. AROPET June 19, 2012 at 7:49 am

    hi, is the prefab technology applicable in africa,uganda?

  2. Quinny May 4, 2012 at 6:11 am

    Win the lottery?

    My girlfriend and I have done it, it is usually cheaper than buying an already built house (in the Netherlands, at least). We visited the factory yesterday, the assembly on our plot is scheduled to begin on may 21.

    Also, if you are a little bit of a DIYer yourself you can save lots of money!

  3. Jessica Dailey May 3, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    I’ll bookmark this under “things to do when I win the lottery!” But in all seriousness, I agree with catmcpants. This definitely makes me want to ditch the city and build a cozy little prefab somewhere!

  4. catmcpants May 3, 2012 at 12:54 pm

    reading this series has really made me want to buy a piece of land and build a prefab on it.

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