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This is a $12k high-top van conversion. These days it’s pretty rare to see a van conversion for less than $30,000, let alone under-$20,000, or $15,000.

So here’s one. It’s one couple’s first van conversion. The van is a 1999 Chevy Express 1500 high top with 140,000 miles with an asking price of $12,000. They converted it themselves in 2019. Check it out!

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$12,000 High Top Van Conversion For Sale in GA

Vanabond High Top Van Conversion For Sale via Van Life Trader 001

Images via Van Life Trader

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This is a tiny house for $7,500 via the Tiny House Marketplace out of Memphis, Tennessee.

It’s a 7×10 tiny house on wheels, built in 2015, according to the listing, was built in 2015 and purchased for $15,000. Take a look and learn more below and let us know what you think in the comments, please. Thanks!

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7×10 Tiny House for 7.5k in Memphis

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This is the story of Sarah’s tiny tree house cabin that she built for less than $2,000 in materials. At a first glance, you may not be able to tell very easily, but it truly is a treehouse! There are 7 living trees in and around this little cabin.

Meet Sarah McClellan (daughter of Cob/Earth/Mud builder “Uncle Mud“) as she takes us through her self-built funky, unconventional, fun, and ultra-affordable home- one built IN and around seven trees.1

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She Built A Tree Cabin For Less Than $2,000!

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Shirley Loomis’ Tiny House is for sale for $19,500 $12,900. It’s located in the Manchester area but can be shipped anywhere, you must arrange that on your own though.

The house is built on an 18ft car hauler trailer. Take the tour below, let me know what you think, and if you’re interested in you can get in touch with Shirley below.

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Shirley’s 18ft Tiny House (Sold)

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This is the story (and tour) of Bruce and Shari’s tiny house with a main floor bedroom. It’s the Dragonfly model from Core Housing Solutions which starts at $39,500 – it’s probably the most affordable 34.5-foot tiny house on wheels you can find and it’s built with SIP panels.

This video tour is really great because you can see what a tiny house like this looks like after it’s moved into. Granted, this couple moved into their tiny house from an even smaller space so it was actually an upsize for them, believe it or not.

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Couple’s Dragonfly Tiny House w/ Main-Floor Bedroom

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This is the story of a $25k expanding shipping container tiny house that’s available to order on Amazon.

It’s from a Chinese company called Hebei Weizhengheng Modular House Tech Co., or WZH Group for short. They’re headquartered near Beijing and sell the expandable tiny homes with solar panels for $23,800 plus $1,000 in shipping with other more expensive models too.

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The $25k PREFAB Container Tiny House on Amazon…

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This is the story of a 30-foot camper renovation that cost a total of $5,000 to build!

Have you ever considered renovating a travel trailer as an affordable alternative to a newly-built tiny house?

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30-foot camper renovation built for only $5,000

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This is an affordable tiny house with a main floor bedroom called the Dragonfly tiny house. It’s a 34.5-foot tiny home built on a trailer by Core Housing Solutions (UPDATE: This company has gone out of business). It’s built with structurally insulated panels which give you great insulation, a strong build, and lighter overall weight.

This tiny house is designed to be as maintenance-free as possible. So the exterior doesn’t need to be constantly maintained, recaulked, or even repainted because it’s a chemically bonded steel skin with a powder-coated finish so you’re good to go! If you want low-cost and low-maintenance, this seems like the way to go. Another really cool feature about this unit is that the house itself is designed to be removable from the trailer just in case your local laws require your tiny house to be on a more permanent foundation.

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Affordable 34.5-Foot Tiny House by Core Housing Solutions – Up to TWO Main Floor Bedrooms

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Photos via Andrew Bennett/YouTube | Core Housing Solutions

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This is the Firefly Tiny House on Wheels. It’s built by Core Housing Solutions as a “truly affordable tiny house” out of Leesburg, Florida for $32,000. It even has a main floor bedroom. What do you think?

It was built in 2018 and features 200-square-feet of space with a bedroom on the main level along with a kitchenette and bath. The living room seems tight but there’s room for two armchairs and a side table as you can see below. It’s a 24-foot tiny home.

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200-sq.-ft. Tiny House with Main Floor Bedroom for 32k

Affordable $28k Tiny House

Images via CoreTinyHouses/Tiny Home Builders

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