Tiny houses are an amazing way to live, they just don’t work for most people. It’s like we all want one so bad but we know we can’t have one yet, so maybe later.
Some people have families and it just won’t work. If this is you, how about just a smaller house? Other people have spouses that just aren’t willing to go that small. Again, how about just a smaller house? Or a new spouse? Just kidding, but people are saying we need a tiny house dating service.
Will all the stuff you want to keep really fit into one? Do you live alone? I’d much rather live in a tiny house than in my current apartment but I’ve stopped myself because it’s challenging to do it unless you are living alone.
I already live in a small apartment and it’s already challenging because I work from home. My desk is inches away from our bed and I get interrupted constantly unless I’m alone.
I don’t like being interrupted and not having a truly dedicated space for my work but I’d rather have it be in a space with more windows, natural light, vertical storage and the feel of real wood. But I think the real challenge is how is she going to fit her clothes, shoes, purses, and bathroom items in a tiny house?
So are these little houses just a fantasy for most of us? Sometimes it feels that way because they’re not easy to get and big banks don’t really want it to be easy for us. Or is it just because we haven’t figured out a better way yet? So here’s my question to you..
If you could go to the bank and apply for a loan for a tiny house on a lot in a community with only other tiny houses, how fast would you fill out the paperwork or online forms? I’d do it super fast. I would even think about moving to another state for it. Would you?
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