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BERLIN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 04: The construction site of a container village for refugees stands among apartment buildings in Koepenick district on December 4, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Berlin is erceting a total of six new container facilities with a total capacity to house 2,400 people in an effort to provide housing for a record-number of refugees who are arriving in the German capital on a daily basis. Germany as a whole is scrambling to provide adequate care for the high number of refugees, many of them from war-torn Syria, but also from Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan, who have arrived this year. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Earlier this year Amazon announced it was entering the real estate market by partnering with Coldwell Banker on “Amazon Turnkey” which is essentially a service that helps you buy a house, and you get a TON of free amazon products in the process.

Well amazon took a bigger step into the real estate market by selling container homes! Producer Nicole loves these and one day wants to live in them.

A new company called ‘MODS International‘ has just started selling livable shipping containers, their version of a tiny home, that anyone can buy on Amazon.

The brand new tiny homes include a kitchen, small living area, bathroom, and a bedroom that can sleep up to four with bunk beds. They can be customized with added windows and double doors for more light, and a variety of interior and exterior options to customize your space. They even allow the MODS to be customized to include solar power generation.

According to the description, the MODS are built to code, and can also be adjusted for local building rules in regards to plumbing and electricity, powering both the heat and A/C units inside. They also state that setup is fairly simple (even easier than many IKEA items), with MODS being deliverable on a flatbed truck and most hooked up within an hour or so.

Source: Charlotte Stories