Joining the tiny house movement may seem like a bizarre concept. However, the economics and efficiency of these portable bungalows is beginning to revolutionize the way we live. With growing popularity, the tiny house movement is expected to be just more than a trend. Why? Because its practical. Maybe you are the traveling student needing an affordable place to live, the home owner who wants to reduce in size, or the curious retiree who wants to explore. Tiny houses can serve for various purposes. That brings us to our next question, Why consider investing in a tiny home?
Investing in a tiny home can be beneficial for yourself currently, but also in the future. Perhaps you invest in a tiny home as a student. For four years, you decide to go to school for some part of the year, and during the break you want to travel. You simply hitch up your house to a truck, and drive anywhere you want to go. After those four years, you decide to settle down, maybe during those years of traveling you find a piece of land you would love to build a house on someday, or maybe you’d love to simply live out of your tiny home! Say you purchase a piece of land and DO decide to build a home. Well, after your home is built! You can always have a tiny home in the back to serve as quiet retreat from kids or chaos, or maybe even a guest house for the in-laws… Maybe one day your tiny home could become your children’s tiny home! Perhaps when all the children are grown and old, you decide to sell your home and downsize to a tiny home for retiree exploration. These are just a few brief possibilities for tiny homes, the list is endless. Perhaps you are a cattle rancher and need a halfway house, or you are an ice fisherman that would like to live where the fish for a few months… the tiny home possibilities can get creative.
A tiny home is a versatile investment that you have something to show for, no matter what purpose. There are various accommodations and spins you can make to tiny homes, however, Natures Nest tiny homes are simple entry homes to test the tiny life. Here you can learn more about Natures Nest and it’s objectives!