Ahwatukee man partners in building a modular home kit

By Wayne SchUtsky | Ahwatukee Foothills News

With the average home value in the U.S. exceeding $200,000, an Ahwatukee man is working to deliver an affordable housing option that homebuyers can purchase for under $60,000.

Ahwatukee resident Jim Pitts – whose story went viral in 2014 after AFN wrote about his “Back to the Future”-inspired hoverboard – started 22nd Century Structures with business partner Lindsay Harding to manufacture affordable modular kit homes out of high-quality materials that are also easy to put together.

“If you have a third-grade education and can lift six pounds, you can put this together in a week,” said Pitts.


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