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Old 05-10-2013, 08:41 AM   #1
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Transportable homes are very famous. It is made up of wooden. these homes are affordable. any body have brought these home?

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Transportable homes are very famous. It is made up of wooden. these homes are affordable. any body have brought these home?
Nope, I never brought one home. Made up of wooden what?

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Is this one of those HabiFlex homes? Basically a double wide which folds. Cost?
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Sounds like he's either trying to sell something or is talking about those little trailer/mobile homes.
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Maybe portable ice fishing houses that are towed out and in annually.
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Look at the signature. B&B Homes is a builder of those.
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The poster is from India---perhaps he is interested in bringing one to his home---
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I don't think anyone in India would buy a wood home, because they expect permanence and comfort in India.

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I don't think anyone in India would buy a wood home, because they expect permanence and comfort in India.

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True enough but that doesn't mean someone in India wouldn't try to sell you one.
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Sounds like he's either trying to sell something or is talking about those little trailer/mobile homes.
My mother in-law has one of these. She's 93. Cute little thing (the house)
The home is only a few years old and I've had to replace the kitchen faucet and pop up in the bathroom already. It was made in Oregon
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kwikfishron -

I said they would not be able to sell a wood house in India. that is in spite that India has more gold in circulation than any country in the world. My doctor just moved back to there after 15 years in the U.S.

An Indian may try to sell a stick home in the U.S. to someone in North America, but they would sell a stick home made close to the place it was made. The U.S. and Canada are the few places in the world where stick homes are used.

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