Where property prices have fallen the most in Queensland READ MORE Ms Veneman said anything built off the ground can be moved, however circumstances will vary depending on the size of the house as to wether it can be lifted as one load. “We can basically move anything that’s built off the ground because we have the machinery and technology.”“Typically we only move things within a 200km radius but we have moved it further but it just depends on the circumstance.” A house being Transported from 116 Tippet Street in Gulliver to 4 Latchford Street in Pimlico.THE idea of demolishing a family home can be hard to come to terms with, especially if there’s nothing wrong with it.When you want to build a new house without giving up the location, It can seem like there’s no other option. READ MORE Unique home with a cricket pitch in the front yard More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Inside the home which is now located at 4 Latchford St in Pimlico“We also clear the site for them for free.“It’s a solution to housing affordability, it’s not looked at enough as a solution for first homeowners and retirees.”Ms Veneman said she recently relocated a house from Gulliver to Pimlico, which was headed to landfill providing an affordable option for both the owner and new buyer. A house being Transported from 116 Tippet Street in Gulliver to 4 Latchford Street in Pimlico.But there is a solution that can save you thousands and in some cases make you a quick profit. Owner and director of Townsville’s Renewable Homes, Jo Veneman, said transporting a house is not an option most people think of first.“It costs the owners nothing, we basically offer them money for the house,” Ms Veneman said. “Gulliver is a boom suburb, there’s a lot of people who are renovating or building new homes there,” Ms Veneman said.“The owners offered us the house for free because they wanted to build a new one.“We relocated the home for $43,000 in total for the buyer and they didn’t have to pay anything more for the house.”The house which was located at 116 Tippet St in Gulliver, now sits at 4 Latchford St in Pimlico.