Here you go- problem solved!
Don't like that one- have a look here
These kitsets are cheap and can be upgraded to residential building codes for about twice the price of the basic kits. They can be put up very quickly- in a couple of days, so what's the problem? They aren't that hard on the eye and beggars can't afford a Frank Lloyd Wright lookalike.
A couple of years ago I priced on of these at about 30K to lockup shell.
Land - 'town planning' and the stinkin' resource red-tape act.
They are the real problem!
Elsewhere, Cactus Kate promotes city apartments as a part of the solution.
If they were filled with persons such as herself, she would be right- and the city would be a much more interesting place! A good idea- provided they remain upmarket and private market or we have the tragic Brit council flats- and who wants South Auckland relocating to the central city (Well- I don't really care, but I'm sure the better class of jaffas will!
One of the more informed players in the property development game, Peter Cresswell comments here:
On the money, as usual!
On thing I can safely say that we all agree on, is that absolutely under no circumstances should the government become involved in building low-cost houses!
Or watch those steel barns turn into +$300k garages!