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Nov 24, 2012 4:47PM
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Just like mobile homes I see a tornado in your future ; )
Nov 24, 2012 12:47PM
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I moved a 1920s bungalow in FL that stood in the way of new townhomes in 2006.  I paid nothing for the house (they couldn't give away the identical house next door so sadly it was torn down since I couldn't afford to buy two lots at the same time.)  It was 1000 sq ft and cost 20,000 to move.  Then I paid another 20,000 for a new foundation, added bathroom and a complete upgrade of the house. It is beautiful now and really was very easy from start to finish.  More people should consider this as a cost effective and "green" way to get a house!
Nov 24, 2012 12:05PM
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OK, I grew up in a family of housemovers; my grandpa, my dad, my uncles- move buildings. And all I have to say is, it's ridiculous to cut the house apart as they did on the one move. Move it in one piece! And, moving is a great option because it's not only a way to save history, it's very green. Think whole-house recycling!
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