Randy, the owner of Incredible Tiny Homes and three communities built on his property, started out with nothing. He lost his business with the 2008 crash and was trying to make ends meet when his wife had the idea to start building tiny homes at an affordable price. Using borrowed tools, he built his first THOW for a friend seven years ago.
To date, ITH has built more than 700 homes and developed two tiny house communities, with the third on the way. Randy’s goal has been to support his family while also building affordable homes and creating affordable tiny house communities so others can also live comfortably. Watch the video about his journey below thanks to Tiny House Giant Journey on YouTube!
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His Incredible Tiny Home Empire Built from Nothing
This is the “Forest” Community, built on part of his 34 acres.
The newer “Beach” community will have semi-tropical plants soon.
Here are some of the tiny homes being finished.
This Hobbit THOW shows you the range of Randy’s abilities.
Here’s the inside of one of their steel-panel homes.
They use this one as an Airbnb on the property.
Inside their huge warehouse!
He purchased another 160 acres to develop for more tiny home villages.
VIDEO: The Largest Tiny Home Community EVER?
- Tiny House Giant Journey/YouTube
- Incredible Tiny Homes Website
- Incredible Tiny House Properties (currently leased out)
- $20,000 Incred-I-Box Homes
- 16-ft. Assembly-line Tiny House for $25k by Incredible Tiny Homes
- 9×28 Freedom THOW by Incredible Tiny Homes
- 10×32 Ocean Breeze Tiny Home by Incredible Tiny Homes
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