This is the story of a couple in their 30’s who are mortgage and debt-free after building their own DIY tiny house on wheels. According to the Tiny Home Tours/YouTube interview and tour, it took them about 9 months to build and they have been living in it for over two years now.
They even added an amazing deck to expand their living space outside. This really makes having friends over nice, doesn’t it? Way to go Ericka and Jason for going tiny and being debt-free in your 30’s! That’s the way to do it!
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30’s Couple Mortgage And Debt-free After Building Their Own Tiny Home
Imagine being in your 30’s, and already debt-free thanks to a tiny home that you own!
They have even built-out the perfect outdoor deck to compliment the tiny house.
Would you consider living tiny like this?
Be sure to watch the full tour and interview in the video below.
VIDEO: Couple In Their 30’s Debt & Mortgage-Free After Building Tiny House And Living In It For 2 Years
Ericka and Jason have lived in their tiny house for 2 years and are currently living in Texas. They built their home themselves and it took 9 months. They were incredibly thoughtful with design choices and are still content in their home even after 2 years of tiny living. They built a gorgeous deck off of the house to expand their living space and don’t think twice about inviting friends over. Most people in their 30’s are drowning in debt, so to be debt free at that age is a huge accomplishment.
- Couple in their 30’s Mortgage & Debt-free After Building Custom Tiny Home
- Tiny Home Tours on YouTube
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