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These will continue to be a novelty I think ... until some corporation figures out a way to build livable houses on affordable land with reasonable prices that incentivize people to live in these structures.

And I bet they would have to be 50% of the cost of a normal home.

Just some of my initial thoughts.

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On 2/17/2020 at 12:13 AM, admin said:

bet they would have to be 50% of the

I like the modern "yurt". I have been looking at some of them online.

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