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Prices are low, but there’s plenty of red tape
PFNC, an El Paso company, is refurbishing leftover shipping containers into housing units for people living in dangerous or substandard conditions. The company says that each unit will include First World amenities for less than $10,000 (they should be available mid-2009.) They're first going to folks in Juárez, Mexico, where chronic housing shortages have led to huge slums.