Yes, the first ever 3D-printed house is now for sale for $299,999 in Patchogue, New York. It has 1,400-square feet of living space and a 750-square foot garage on ¼ acre. The best thing of all is that it’s built 100% of concrete which means that it’s not only strong and durable, but it can withstand tornadoes, hurricanes and termites better than wood built homes. Yes – even termites who cause over $20B in damage annually to houses in the US. See more here. Hurricanes and tornadoes cause additional billions of damage annually. So, not only is this house durable but it is also inexpensive. The implications of this technology are too voluminous to list here. Suffice it to say that we can now address affordable housing and the trade labor shortage that has been plaguing the building industry for decades. If you want to see the 3D-printer in action (which is way cool) you can see more here.