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This is a model home at Icon and Lennar’s 100-home community in Texas. When complete, it will be the world’s largest neighborhood of printed houses.Icon

Otherwise, be prepared to pay more in the US.

Rodrigo Vilas-Boas, cofounder of Havelar, said in COBOD’s news release that its construction methods would allow first-time homebuyers to acquire their dream home in a good neighborhood for €150,000, about $162,000.

That’s a steep price difference from Lennar and Icon’s upcoming community of 100 3D printed homes near Austin, where the first six units were priced between $476,000 and $566,000.

Even steeper, homes at Icon’s development in Marfa, Texas, a seven-hour drive east, start “in the upper $900,000s,” according to its website.

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