SOURCE: Construction Digital

Construction Digital

December 11, 2011 23:05 ET

The Prefab Housing Renaissance

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Dec 11, 2011) - In our December issue, Construction Digital explores the reinvigorated prefab housing market.

The green movement has breathed new life into many overlooked and undervalued markets in the last decade. The prefabricated housing industry is one such example of dramatically shifting consumer demand, as the 'less is more' mantra becomes increasingly mainstream.

The recession of 2008 and collapse of the housing market has emboldened potential homeowners to step outside the moors of traditional tract housing, whether for cost-savings or to avoid a turbulent market. More prominently, though, the turn towards sustainability and environmental consciousness has done the most to highlight the strengths and potential of prefab.

An influx of stylish, eco-minded architects and designers into the field of prefabricated homes has brought a sense of renewal and chic to the sector, opening the door for a new breed of would-be homeowners and challenging the traditional model of urban and rural development. Costs are coming down, sustainability is on the rise, and the industry may finally be coming into its golden age.

Read the full story here.

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