Welcome To The Future Of Housing!

If you listen to the news at all, you'll realize that the middle class is shrinking, and that more people are finding it harder to obtain low-cost housing.

Here's some facts:

  • There are 10,000 people turning 65 every day in the US. 
  • Most have not saved for retirement
  • The average Social Security check is $1400/month.
  • The median sales price of homes in the US is $238,000.
  • The median rental price is $1690. 
  • We're heading for another housing bubble!
  • When the housing market takes a downward swing, many homeowners will find themselves "upside down" on their mortgage. This will contribute to foreclosures, which the homeowner will lose their entire investment.

Here's how to escape the housing roller coaster.

Why buying a tiny home is a good investment

Renting space in a RV park or a tiny home community can be as affordable as $200/month.

Many tiny homes can be financed for as little as $200/month, subject to the initial down payment and your credit score.

As a general rule, your housing should not exceed 25% of your gross income.

So, let's do a little math:

$400/month (lot rental and house payment) X 4 = $1600/month. This is what you would need to gross on a monthly basis.

So let's break that down to and hourly wage, assuming a 40-hour work week:

$1600 per month / 160 hours per month  = $10.00 per hour.

Well, guess what? That's minimum wage in most cities! So, if you can work a 40-hour work week, and make at least $10/hr, you can be a homeowner! 

Plus, if your job situation changes, and you need to move, you can take your tiny house with you! 

Now your not subjected to the whims of the housing market!