Momo and Casey own a “big” home, but by renting it out and living in a tiny house, they have the financial flexibility to start a new business — Momo’s Michelada! The couple got a park model tiny home in an Austin tiny house community that meets their needs.
I love the video tour with them — which you can watch below — because they’re very realistic about what works and what doesn’t in their tiny space! It’s always helpful to get a real review of tiny living. What do you think?
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They Rented Out Their Big House And Moved Into This Park Model With Outdoor Space
Meet Torey and her dog Dandelion! They’re living in their very own tiny home in Austin, Texas for $950 per month.
Torey was tired of paying rent and not owning anything, but couldn’t afford the $400K homes for sale in Austin. So instead she put $5,000 down on an ESCAPE ONE tiny home built by ESCAPE that cost her $60,000 ($400/month loan). For an additional $550 a month she rents a beautiful lot in a mobile home park with a detached shed, water, and plenty of space for Dandy to run and roam.
The average rent price for Austin is more than $1,700 per month according to Zillow, so Torey is saving, living in the city she loves and getting a beautiful custom space to call her own. Check out the video tour below from Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey!
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Torey & Dandelion’s ESCAPE Tiny House Life in Austin Texas