Homebuilding is in desperate need of an overhaul.
If you take a home built today down to its studs, it basically looks the same as it would have 100 years ago.
Enter Geoship, a company creating zero-carbon, bioceramic dome homes.
Geoship homes are set to change the game one biodome at a time with their jaw-dropping affordability (between $45-$230k) and resilience (fireproof to 2,300F).
Geoship has already amassed organic interest to the tune of $2.5M in reservations and deposits.
Geopship is also in the works of establishing a regenerative village community in Nevada City, CA. With their fireproof bioceramic dome structure, this forthcoming proof of concept could become the go-to housing model for rural communities in California that are increasingly in danger of wildfires.
What Interested Investors Need to Know
Three things that investors should take note of:
- Groundbreaking tech – Their bioceramic architecture is bringing much needed innovation to the housing market.
- Affordability – Did you know that the average American can’t afford a home in 74% of the housing markets?
- Green, green, green – renewables are the business sector of the future and Geoship could be a leading voice in the home construction market.