Two years ago, Guillaume Dutilh and Jenna Spesard realised they didn’t want to spend another day chasing careers they didn’t love. The adventure junkies’ love for writing, photography, and the great outdoors led them to quit their jobs and pursue travel journalism — opting for life as cross-country nomads.” – Business Insider
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Read more about how This couple quit their jobs, built a tiny house, and earn their living by blogging about their cross-country adventure at Business Insider. Photos via Business Insider story.
The Cypress house ranges in price from $57,000 to $66,000, and monthly payments can be as low as $433 a month. One bed apartment rentals in New York City average about 750 square feet and cost $2,700 per month.” – Business Insider
The Apples to Onions comparison aside, the Tumbleweed Cypress is one of the most expensive tiny houses you can buy. But most folks seem to prefer to build their own tiny homes from savings and live debt-free. Others argue that financing a tiny house can be a path to financial freedom too.
What do you think? Is financing a tiny house a viable path to financial freedom for you?
Continue reading about This Tiny House On Wheels Is Nicer Than Most Studio Apartments. Visit the Tumbleweed website to learn more about their homes. Photo by REUTERS/Rick Wilking.
The tiny house movement might start looking really appealing to city dwellers — one roughly 172-square-foot house recently featured by Reuters looks nicer than many studio apartments youd find in New York City.” – Business Insider
A quote from Business Insider. Read the whole story, This Tiny House On Wheels Is Nicer Than Most Studio Apartments at Business Insider. Photo by REUTERS/Rick Wilking. For those wondering… it’s a Tumbleweed Tiny House.