$2,500 USD Habiterra Affordable House

April 11, 2013

cheapest shipping to mexico This 47 M2 Habiterra home was built in Mexico in 14 hours without any equipment, skilled labor or pre-fabricated parts. The gray cost including electrical and plumbing installations included. Cost may vary per location region, however an Habiterra block should cost less than a standard 8″ block. 2,568 blocks were need at a cost of $0.50 per block.

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  1. 25 Responses to “$2,500 USD Habiterra Affordable House”

  2. Are these guys the …
    Are these guys the ones that will build the wall between Mexico, and the United States?

    By homskoult on Apr 11, 2013

  3. Good for you, glad …
    Good for you, glad you can contribute to the end of a rational society in the United States. You’re full of shit. There are plenty of white people, that actually belong in this country and didn’t illegally come here that need work badly. I’m sure that most of them would be glad to have work and work hard. It’s not that Americans are lazy, it’s that the mexicans would work all day for a bag of chips. It all comes down to the money, just like everything else now in the hole we call America.

    By ModernWarflare on Apr 11, 2013

  4. It’s all good man. …
    It’s all good man. These Mexicans are screwing most of these lazy Americans out of jobs everyday….and I think its great! Any day of the week I would rather pay a hardworking Mexican (or any non american) over a lazy ass American who thinks they are entitled to this and that for whatever reason.

    One day we will have hard working people in this country again, we’re just in the process of filtering out the shitbags who expect to be paid a lot for doing little.

    By thegenrl on Apr 11, 2013

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    By AIDcommunity2013 on Apr 11, 2013

  6. Will you marry me …
    Will you marry me and Ill build us a couple gingerbread houses for$ 2500.00 CALL  276-773-0323

    By wooley667788 on Apr 11, 2013

  7. I am from nepal. I …
    I am from nepal. I also intrested to make HABITERRA HOUSE can i make posibal this type of house in nepal ?If posibal what to do and what can i get help form your self. if you help interest to me to mail/emial in this ID qualitywatchbanepa@yahoo.com ADD me faceook ID (PUNESHOR SHRESTHA) hello662000@yahoo.com
    I HOPE YOU HELP ME

    By Puneshor Shrestha on Apr 11, 2013

  8. Remember to read …
    Remember to read the description bar….$2,500 USD cost was in Mexico and with prices of 2009. At that time construction was not expensive specially in mexican rural areas.

    By nettemx on Apr 11, 2013

  9. You couldn’t get …
    You couldn’t get the guy out of the cement truck for $2500.

    By ClubCrosstrek on Apr 11, 2013

  10. Sign me up one!
    Sign me up one!

    By May Apee on Apr 11, 2013

  11. $2,500, in what …
    $2,500, in what Universe?

    By techtiptricks on Apr 11, 2013

  12. lol that’s retarded …
    lol that’s retarded. That’s the whole point of buialding something like that is that it’s cheap, and requires minimal skilled labor if any. A hundred thousand would buy a nice conventionally built home which requires 20 times the amount of labor and materials.

    By Ron Burgundy on Apr 11, 2013

  13. beautiful! (what …
    beautiful! (what happens when it rains, does the roof top become a small pool? or is there draining somewhere?)

    By 0xHalox0 on Apr 11, 2013

  14. Great idea and nice …
    Great idea and nice house, but no way could that be done for only $2500USD! Just the equipment rental and cement alone would eat up that amount! Add you need skilled laborers to design and construct the house – never mind the electrician, painter, tiler, plumber, and carpenter.

    By Moonspectre on Apr 11, 2013

  15. How do you repair a …
    How do you repair a broken brick at floor level, that has to be replaced?

    By loudwaters9 on Apr 11, 2013

  16. Have you seen …
    Have you seen CalEarth.org or Garbage Warriors New Mexico Houses, just awesome. See Food Forest Geoff Lawton Permaculture and How to Save the World One Man One Cow on Biodynamic Farming, having a house is great having low maintenance, next to free food to go with the house is fantastic. If you are in the country I highly recommend chickens they are egg factories and provide great fertilizer as well.

    By KoruEcoSpa on Apr 11, 2013

  17. Wonderful video and …
    Wonderful video and lovely house – but I agree and take exception to the title – obviously very skilled labor happening, and LOTS of equipment – the mixer and press to make the blocks (prefabricate them), rotary saws, and that huge cement mixer, all not easily come by, or affordable – a whole village would have to pool resources and still need outside help – and then there is the lovely finish work, from the electrical and plumbing to the doors and windows, and those gorgeous tiles…

    By Heartsongsutube on Apr 11, 2013

  18. loco por sentinas
    loco por sentinas

    By andreas pyrovolakis on Apr 11, 2013

  19. Besides the trap, I …
    Besides the trap, I go back and forth with this because they made me mad. I could care less, but I have to conquer them. I can’t have things? I’m going to collect them all then. Get out of my face with that stuff. Gaddafi knew better.  Maybe I’ll become human and build a castle and light Breaking Benjamin or Benny on fire to be a smartmouth.

    By LivingDead53 on Apr 11, 2013

  20. i know someone from …
    i know someone from mexico city and he works as a electric engineer for a good company there called ericsson, and he said he gets something like 400 per month, just enough to rent and eat, he didn’t even have a fridge in his house, no if he is like that , imagine what it is like for the poor ones

    By Arina Obuchova on Apr 11, 2013

  21. or look into …
    or look into alternative and do it yourself, like cob houses and adobe houses are really nice and very very very cheap, some people do it in a 1000 euro or even less…. some on much more, some do it even free, get skipped windows, and recycle all the wood and whalla

    By Arina Obuchova on Apr 11, 2013

  22. Very interesting. …
    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. If you got nice neighbours they will help you for free.

    By einherje71 on Apr 11, 2013

  23. $2500 is total BS! …
    $2500 is total BS! No way could you build it for that.

    By Joe Jacobs on Apr 11, 2013

  24. It looks like a …
    It looks like a very well built house that should last until the ground shifts under it, and that could be hundreds of years.

    By Chris Anslinger on Apr 11, 2013

  25. -most of it stems …
    -most of it stems from people trying to live beyond thier means, and/or confusing ” i want” with ” i need” …no one NEEDS a 40″ TV , for example.But fwiw , i agree with your post, all it takes is a realistic assessment of what you want, what you need, and the willingness to research alternative means and a lot of “do it yourself” projects.i currently reside in a log cabin we built on 3.5 acres out in the country, paid for it “as we went”,dont owe a dime.

    By satanica65 on Apr 11, 2013

  26. First, the title is …
    First, the title is misleading, even for 2009. Second, unskilled labor? It takes skill to level and make a straight wall. These are prob. the same Mexicans who are building homes in the U.S., more like underpaid and exploited labor, Yeap, I can see where the title comes from.

    By ChicharonyPresidente on Apr 11, 2013

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