Joel Weber, 25, ditched the dorm scene and opted for a 145-square-foot space instead. Using concepts and skills he learned while studying, the design major created the floor plan and built the property for $20,000 total. Thanks to a small mortgage and utility costs, he plans to graduate debt-free.” – TODAY.com
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Ultimately, my goal is to graduate from college nearly debt free, with a home of my own which is mortgage free that I can be proud of. My budget for this project is $10,000.” – Candace via small & tiny home ideas
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Since making the switch to a Tiny House, I have no debt. I have hardly any bills. I have very little house to clean and maintain. I don’t own any furniture, and own very little housewares. I have to write one check a month, to rent the land that I park my Tiny House on, and if I really wanted to I could get creative and find a land sitting situation to live on some land for nearly free. If I don’t like where I’m out, I can hitch up and move on along.” – Greg Parham from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses
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