The answer is YES. But it is pretty impractical.
To do the calculation, one must first make several assumptions:
1)the tethers(line connecting the balloons to the house) are inextensible
2)the volume of a Helium balloon is 5 litres
3)the balloons will not deflate over time
4)the air density is the same.
The paper also assumes that the wooden house owned by Mr. Fredrickson and his wife weighs at a modest 50 tonnes, and an average UK house weighs 2000 tonnes.
The calculation shows that approximately 100 million balloons are needed to lift Mr. Fredrickson's house off the ground, and 4 billion balloons for a common UK house.