Tiny Living Is A Lifestyle!

Going tiny is not an easy decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. It is a change from what most people are used to and change can be hard. This page includes some things to consider.

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Benefits of Tiny Living​

  • Various reasons for living in a tiny home include: financial, decreasing number of families, family time, lifestyle,maintenance, environmental concerns, portability and recreation.
  • Some tiny homes can be made on wheels for easier travel and recreation.
  • Tiny homes are less expensive and easier to manage.
  • Tiny homes help people be more creative with storage and how to manage their belongings.
  • Tiny homes are usually more eco-friendly and can be built from recycled material.
  • Tiny homes manage solar and wind power better than a traditional home does.
  • Tiny homes help families save money.
  • With tiny homes being so tiny, the furniture can be made to fit in the home and is easier to access and carry around.
  • Repairs are easier to manage and pay for.
  • Tiny homes give people the opportunity to live a lifestyle that is fit for them and what they need on a daily basis.
  • Designing a tiny home is simple and it can be upgraded at any time.
  • Having a tiny home on a property can create more outdoor space for family growth and for animals’ luxury.
  • Tiny homes allow a family to own their home faster than a normal housing mortgage.Tiny homes allow less clutter if it is designed correctly.

Start Living The Life You Want

U.S. houses are among the biggest—if not the biggest—in the world. According to the real-estate firms Zillow and Redfin, the median size of an American single-family home is in the neighborhood of 1,600 or 1,650 square feet.

Increase in Tiny Home Sales

Marketplace expresses that tiny homes have increased in sales by 84% over the past two years. You can add solar and wind power to utilize natural resources. With a tiny home, a manageable septic system is built so the expenses are relatively smaller.

Answers to Common Questions

How does living in a tiny home lessen the environmental impact from that of a traditional home?


There are many available options for energy and waste disposal that has very little or no affect on our environment. In fact, a tiny home can be built to give back to the environment with the use of rain/water catchment systems and composting toilets. Solar and wind can be harnessed to avoid connecting to traditional utilities. There is less material used in building a tiny home, much of which is renewable or recycled. The amount of space required for a tiny home is far less, contributing to a smaller footprint. Less water is used in a tiny home for many reasons, including the quantity and type of toilet used, saving water. It is more economical to heat and cool, saving energy.


What is the difference between an RV and a tiny house?


As someone who lived in an RV for years and now live in a tiny house, I can tell you there is absolutely no comparison and a tiny house wins! A tiny house is constructed like a traditional site-built, foundation home with 2”x4” studs, insulation, windows, doors, appliances and quality wall finishes. RV manufacturers use cheap, lightweight materials with minimal structure. A tiny house can be built to match a favorite floor plan of an RV but will feel like a traditional home. Due the poor R factor, heating and cooling an RV is a challenge and expensive. A tiny house can handle full-sized appliances and full bathtubs. The difference is truly amazing.


Will a tiny house detract from my property value?

A tiny house is built with quality construction. A mobile tiny house won’t affect your property value, just like the car you park on your property doesn’t. If the tiny house is built on a foundation, it will increase your property value by adding a guest house.


Does a tiny house have plumbing connected to sewer?


A tiny house can be completely customized to suit your needs. A sewer connection is not required for all tiny homes. There are many options for waste disposal to choose from.


Is financing available on a tiny house?


YES!!! Financing is available. Please click here to learn more and submit your application.


Is Homeowner’s Insurance available on a tiny house?


YES! Foremost Insurance offers insurance.


Is a tiny house a recreation vehicle?


That depends. If it is mobile than it is considered to be an RV (recreational vehicle). Tiny houses can also be built with a foundation.


Do I need cash to buy a tiny house?


Nope! If you don’t want to use your cash reserves or don’t have enough, financing is available with approved credit. APPLY NOW!




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