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Couple started building $3M dream home in 2019 that has now cost them double and remains unfinished


A Texas couple who started designing their $3 million dream home in 2018 have now spent more than double that on the property, which still remains unfinished.

Instagram model Carrie LaChance and her husband, Nate, starting building their Dallas-area ‘castle’ in 2020 but thanks to the pandemic it is still under construction.

The couple’s project has been hard hit by the COVID economy, labor shortages, inflation, housing price run-ups, manufacturing issues and the strained supply chain.

Their home builder claims the pandemic started a ‘chain reaction’ that saw skyrocketing prices in all areas of the housing industry.

Although the LaChances exceeded their budget by hundreds of thousands of dollars and have no firm timetable for the home’s completion, construction presses on.

Carrie and Nate LaChance (pictured) started building their $3 million Texas dream home in 2019 and have now spent more than double that on the property, which is still unfinished

Carrie and Nate LaChance (pictured) started building their $3 million Texas dream home in 2019 and have now spent more than double that on the property, which is still unfinished

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