Most of the time we talk about tiny houses as our only home.
But have you ever considered owning multiple tiny homes, if you could?
After reading Laura’s post on tiny house living in the city versus the country, it really got me thinking about this.
Instead of one large house or condo, you’d have two- or maybe even more- small spaces in different locations.
For example, someone might decide they want to have a home in town and another out in the country with no neighbors.
Multiple Tiny House Ownership?
What are your thoughts on multiple tiny house ownership? Would you do it? I’ll leave you with my thoughts below:
I’ve always wanted to have the ability to live in more than one area. And this is such a great way to do that. Plus you can even earn extra income by owning several tiny homes.
A tiny house in the woods and a little apartment a few blocks from the beach. Or a micro cabin in the mountains and a studio in the city?
And again, when you’re not using one, you can earn money by renting it out on websites like Airbnb.com.
Multiple Tiny Houses Versus One Normal Home
I also think this idea might convince some people to consider tiny homes because of the ability to live like a rich person.
Not many people I know get to have 2-3 different houses! And with tiny ones, it’s actually doable.
Can you see some people who have 3-4 bedroom homes being a little envious of someone who instead owns 2-3 tiny, or small homes or apartments in a few different areas of the world? I think it’s a great idea.
What The Community Says
I wondered how the average person who’s into tiny houses would look at this, so I asked them on our Facebook Fan Page. I said, “What do you think about owning more than one tiny house in different locations?”
And here are what I thought were some of the most interesting comments:
one in the mountains and one at the beach (11 likes)
kinda defeats the purpose (6 likes)
thought you were supposed to be able to move your tiny house? That way you only need one for both places… (4 likes)
I’ve traded the tiny house dream for full-time RV-ing. (3 likes)
or ONE tiny house on wheels that u can move twice a year!! (4 likes)
There’s a nice trade off for the cost of one conventional home, having multiple tiny homes in places you frequent, visiting family, a winter home down south, a favorite vacation spot…all without having to tow anything or move. I would keep everything in each place so i wouldn’t even have to pack a bag. (2 like)
right now i would be thankful for just one… (6 likes)
Would you live in town or in the country? If you could, would you do both? Especially if you could rent out your home/apartment when you’re gone? Or even trade spaces with folks from around the world for nearly free vacations? We could be on to something..
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