Are there any modular homes under 100k? The answer is simple: your budget is more than enough, and yes there are modular homes under that budget. While in 2021 home prices increased by more than 15%, it puts the average home price in a shocking price of $293,349 in average.
With that said, choosing to buy a prefab house under 100k is a smart decision especially if you are a single household, or a couple without children. That makes you to have a living without costing you much. Plus, you can still save for a bigger house to purchase later.
So, how much exactly are modular homes under 100k? Well, you can even find one which costs 30k. It is pretty much depending on your preference. To give you insight, below are modular homes under $100,000 that you can purchase right now.
While the name truly represents what company they are building, kitHAUS offers its K4 series which is 191 sqft (basic). All is customizable, but to keep the basic, you’ll need to spend only $53,700. ‘Add-ons’ such as bathroom and kitchenette will take $72,400 off your pocket. In total, for the extended version of K4 by kitHAUS, you’ll get around 226 sqft in width.
This is a prefab house which is produced in the Netherlands under the same company name. Emphasizing its quality on eco-friendly houses with all sustainable materials, you can get a house with single bedroom and bathroom at a starting price as $56,700! They also claim to provide you a durable house kit sized 215 sqft. It is definitely not cramped for newlyweds, let alone for a single household.
Kounty Containers’ ‘Showcase’
This one is wider in basic (compared to the two aforementioned) for it has 320 sqft. With this width to play in, you can have enough space for a bathroom and a bedroom. Using wooden floors and walls (mainly in red cedarwood), the house is featured with electric water heater (tankless), granite kitchen counter (which adds a wow-ing factor), smart lights, and several kitchen appliances. All are slightly under $60,000.
We predict this UK-produced prefab home is inspired by a beehive—hexagonal home it is, with various attention-grabbing specs. In total, you can have Hivehaus by exchanging $62,000-something with this 224 sqft unique house (16.8 ft x 16.8 ft). A kitchen, a bedroom, and a bathroom are all-in. Once you purchase it, you’ll get the sustainable kit house all flat-packed.
Now it’s your time to choose: which one suits your preference? If you are searching for modular homes under 100k, well you can still have lots of choices.