Since we've come to the sad decision that no amount of home improvement will fix our poor old saggy foundation-less home, we need to explore other options. Theoretically, we could/can live in this house for a few more years but it has major structural issues and ancient plumbing, etc. that will definately fail at some point, not to mention that the water heater and furnace are over 30 years old. (But the roof and exterior walls are in good condition, even if the wind blows right through the windows!) Anyway.....we spent a fair amount on the property (great location on 2 acres with 3 outbuildings) but adding the cost of a new house would put the value at probably way more than we could get out of it on the current market. Hopefully if we stay here 5-10 years we would recoup the cost. We are thinking of having a Morton Building put up (shell exterior) then finishing off the interior ourselves. Has anyone here done this? Any idea of degree of difficulty? We are looking at a 36 X 48 building. Is it reasonable to think we could complete this for under or around $100000 for a basic house with no real high-end options? Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated. We are hoping to make a final decision soon so we could have the building erected and work on it over the winter. Also, we are thinking this would be significantly cheaper than even a decent modular home. Is this true? Thanks!