The value cost of the Wikkel House will vary depending on exactly how big you want your home to be constructed, since every product is made up of a number of segments, each of which measures 11ft x 15ft x 4ft. There a general purpose segments, but there are also function-specific segments that buyers can choose to include in their own modular homes, such as the ‘Home’ segment which includes all the domestic installations you could ask for, including a kitchen, shower, and bathroom.
Including VAT, transport, and placement, the price of a Wikkel House maxes out at about 94 thousand dollars. However, the most basic version of the property only costs 33 thousand dollars, making it one of the most affordable base designs of modular home currently available on the market.
Wikkel Houses are up to three times as eco-friendly as traditional housing options, and are 100% recyclable, meaning that their negative impact on the environment is essentially zero, since everything used in their construction can be easily replaced. Each home, no matter how many segments are used in its construction, has a minimum life cycle of around 50 years — it’s a mark of the company’s own confidence in what they’re creating that they’re not afraid to mention how long you can expect to keep your home for. There’s no danger from wind, despite the foundation-free design; and while the exterior and interior design choices are simplistic, they’re also elegant, meaning that no matter how you design your home, it won’t be an eyesore.
Ships from Amsterdam.
Ships to Europe.
Co-investing helps you free up cash by tapping into your home’s equity through by letting you convert existing equity in your home to cash. Unlike a loan, there are no monthly payments, fees, or interest charges. You get a cash payment today (for up to 17.5% of its current market value) in exchange for an option to purchase a percent of equity in your home in the future. You make no payments to us until you sell your home, or 30 years pass.