Inspiring preservation work. Lots of sweat equity is required but proving to be a workable path to a mortgage-free home.
“Today’s One Minute Tip comes from Historic Preservation Carpenter Paul Cutting in Decorah, Iowa. He recently won an award for documenting log homes from pioneer times.” – Apartment Therapy
Read more about Paul Cutting: How to Get a Free House
One Minute Tip – How to Get a Free House from maxwell gillingham-ryan on Vimeo.
YES! gave me an opportunity to share my Tiny Free House story in an article on their website. You can follow along with the tiny free pallet house I’m building at TinyFreeHouse.com.
YES! Story on My Tiny Free House
Brian at I Stock House Plans sent a link to this free floating tiny tender house in Portland, Oregon. The ad appears on craigslist. Just in case the ad gets removed I took a screenshot and added it below. It’s amazing what people give away on craigslist. Thanks for the tip Brian!
Free Floating Tiny House
I spent another two days up at the family farm working on my Tiny Free House. As you can see I screwed the pallet roof boards to the trusses and it’s looking a lot more like a house. My next steps will be to put shingles on the roof, if I can find something suitable, or board up the front wall with milled pallet boards.
Tiny Free House