Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
The American Real Estate Investors Academy has discovered a new way to build houses which has developers and real estate investors lining up. The new building method combines green building with disaster resistant construction at a cost that is much less than typical wood frame housing.
Cost is the key driver of this new program. With this building concept, nearly anyone can build a house for $50 per square foot. This number is way below the national average cost to build a house at $125 per square foot. The skill set required to construct these new houses is so simple that unskilled labor with a few days of training can build a complete house.
The houses come completely pre-fabricated out of steel. The steel construction makes the new house very green; it also makes the house much stronger than traditional “stick built” houses. These steel houses look just like other houses with the added advantage that they can withstand much stronger winds. A steel built house can withstand up to a 200 MPH wind. This is extremely desirable in hurricane or tornado prone areas.
Real estate investors are lining up to move into a market that was previously dominated by local developers. Investors are looking to buy up small buildable lots and where they can construct custom made, inexpensive steel buildings. The low construction price offers investors wider profit margins on land that was previously unwanted. Small buildable lots exist in every city in America. Many of these lots can be bought up at low prices because developers only buy larger tracts of land and traditional building costs have kept real estate investors away from new home construction.
Savvy investors are using a government mortgage program which allows buyers to finance up to 97% of the price of a new home to cash out of these newly constructed homes fast. This program is turning new housing into affordable housing in some areas.
Developers are excited because the cost to build per square foot is much less than traditional building methods. This will allow small to medium sized developers to make huge profits in these tough economic times.
Entrepreneurs are looking to take this building concept and create business modes around it. The concept is simple. An entrepreneur can buy a buildable lot, outsource the construction of a new home to a local general contractor, and then find a buyer to cash them out. The entrepreneur walks away with a tidy profit, the contractor has stead work, and some family gets their dream home for less than market price. This model is going to be big.
Anyone interested in becoming a home builder or an area distributor of steel home construction should contact Josh(at)american-reia(dot)com.