Your next property purchase might just be a 3D-printed house. Don’t believe us? With lower housing costs, immediately replaceable/printable parts, and homes that can be built in six months (or less), traditional real estate developers may find themselves in a pinch when trying to compete against these perfect printable properties. With a huge inventory shortage and housing crisis throughout the United States, 3D-printed homes may just be the ultimate solution nobody believed could happen.
As a true believer, Zachary Mannheimer, CEO and founder of Alquist 3D, knew that 3D printed houses would sooner or later become the future. With labor and material costs skyrocketing and real estate development becoming eye-wateringly expensive, Zachary became keen on finding an affordable solution. His team now has plans to build 200+ homes for underserved communities and has already begun expansion across the eastern United States.
And this isn’t all theory. Zachary’s team has already built multiple 3D printed homes, one of which has a family living in it. They’re facing an influx of orders and can’t keep up with demand, but are slowly building economies of scale to make 3D printed housing one of the biggest industries in America. Zachary confidently estimates that by 2025, you won’t be asking if 3D printing is possible, you’ll be asking when you can preorder your next property.
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