Tiny House Engage is a cozy, quality online environment to learn more about tiny house living. And you’re invited to join!
The private group is led by Ethan Waldman and is probably the best place to connect with a limited amount of like-minded people and learn more about tiny living. And you get access to other experts too (not just Ethan – who designed, built, and has been living tiny for years now). Yes, there’s access to expert contractors too if you have specific/custom questions. But there is also a huge library of resources. It’s pretty awesome.
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What Is Tiny House Engage?
It’s a membership-based community to help you figure out whether to go tiny or not and how you’re going to do it.
Here’s what’s inside…
- A comprehensive library of video training to help you plan and build your tiny house
- You get access to trained contractors who can answer all of your design/build questions
- You also get access to a private group (other Tiny House Engage members) to engage with
- There’s also a monthly group coaching call on a topic that the community votes on (a new topic every month)
It’s kind of like going to a tiny house workshop without actually going to a tiny house workshop
But you still get many of the benefits from a workshop. Maybe even more (in some ways).
Here’s how it works…
Ethan opens up Tiny House Engage for a one week period, or when there are 30 new members, whichever happens first.
The price to join is just $1 and if you decide to keep the membership it is
$19 $29 a month.
After it closes, there will be another opportunity to join, but Ethan said the price is going up (because every month there’s more and more value being added to Tiny House Engage).
There’s seriously so much value inside it.
You can actually see a preview of what’s inside right here.
Learn more at…
=> Tiny House Engage
Our big thanks to Ethan for sharing!🙏
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IS IT POSSIBLE TO BUILD A TINY HOME WITH BEDROOM ON MAIN FLOOR. & THEN TO HAVE STAIRS TO FO TO THE LOFT SO I COULD HAVE A CRAFTING/SITTING ROOM
Do you want this on wheels or on a foundation/land?
Yes, just depends on how big you want it…
Honestly I have seen numerous tiny homes that have exactly what you want.
It is YOUR tiny home so you need to find someone to build it that will do it the way YOU want it done!!
Shop around, until you find a builder that is right for you and at the right price.
Another option might be to do a bedroom downstairs with a murphy bed that turns into a desk during the day so you can have both a craft room and a bedroom downstairs, you could use the space upstairs for guests and or maybe even storage?
Right now I am planning out a tiny home for myself, it is going to be 40 ft long, so my kitchen is 12 ft, my bedroom downstairs is 12 ft and my living room is 16 ft, the width is 12 ft, I am also having a craft/guest room upstairs that is goint to be 12×12
I did not finish before I accidentally hit the send button, what I was going to say is that another option might be shipping container homes, people are doing amazing things with them…try going to Youtube and look at some of the fabulous tiny homes people have built with them…they come in sizes from 10ft, 20 ft, 30ft and 40 ft I have even heard of some that are 45 ft and most are about 8.5 ft wide, they are solid, against wind, water etc, you can stack them, put them side by side, etc,
I just requested a quote for a 40 and 30 ft container the 40ft for a used one was 2,600 and the 30 ft was 1,200, you can shop around for those too, and many places that sell them will put in electrical, plumbing, walls, windows, bathrooms, lights etc….ok this is way too long I hope it helps you 🙂 I meant well lol
THANK YOU FOR THE ADVISE & INFORMATION. sorry HAVE TO WRITE IN CAPS BUT HAVING EYE PROBLEMS LATELY.
Hello, Just to be clear. Is Tiny House Engage $19 month or $29 month. I have seen two prices.
Hello Reiner, thanks for bringing this up. The original price for early adopters is $19/month but that price is no longer available so if you sign up today it’s $29/month. Thanks and sorry for the confusion.