On average, 68% of tiny home owners do not have a mortgage in comparison to the 29.3% of traditional homeowners across the United States. With tiny houses being much more affordable, tiny home owners are able to be more financially secure and be able to have more savings in the bank too. Depending on your current financial situation as well as the booming tiny house market, you might want to look into financing your tiny house. Continue reading “Financing a Tiny House”
Tiny houses are a relatively new concept and as wonderful as they are, some people might wonder what is the difference in RV living and living in a tiny house? Although the concept might be similar, tiny living and the tiny house community as a whole embodies a sense of both an architectural and social movement. Tiny living is more than just a place to crash at night, it is embodying certain values and ideals that is essentially living large while going small. Curious to understand the difference? Continue reading “Tiny Living is Not RV Living”
Want more room in your tiny house but do not want to add extra square footage? Seems impossible! Thankfully I know the perfect compromise that will allow you to have the perfect tiny house of your dreams and give you a little bit more space that is necessary for your comfort. Look no further than tiny house slide outs. Curious about what they are and want to find out if this addition could be right for you?