Hari’s eCourse on Mortgage Freedom

I just wanted to write to say thank you for sharing our post and info about our eCourse. We are thrilled to have so many Tiny House Blog readers join us on the walk to mortgage-freedom. Several folks have written to ask if they can still join us for this session, and I wanted to let you know that we’ve decided to keep the registration open for the next few days.
It’s an amazing journey to share…the slow and steady walk to debt-free home ownership. The great thing is folks can start right where they are, even if they have no idea how to start; we’ll help them get started. It’s totally possible! People are doing great things as a result of their work in our course. Here are some testimonials and here is the course description and enrollment page. We welcome your readers.

Simply,

Hari
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Tiny House in a Landscape

Giant Journey - Canada

Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh are traveling the country in their unique tiny house. This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features their home in after they crossed the border into Canada. Though Guillaume states it has a little to much HDR and the house looks a little unreal, I personally enjoy the the photo.

If you are not following Tiny House Giant Journey, I would encourage you to follow either on Facebook or at their blog Tiny House Giant Journey.

New Tiny House plans, ALL Proceeds Going to Charity!

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Guest Post by Dan Louche

While there are many reasons to be interested in tiny houses, a large portion of the people that I talk to are motivated for financial reasons. And while some of those are just interested in saving some money for travel or to work less, there are also those that are in need. Not a week goes by that I don’t get an email from someone who is looking for an option to avoid becoming homeless.

A while back I started thinking about a basic house design that would cost less to build but would still be of high quality. A house that would look nice, but perhaps not have some of the more expensive elements of some of our other designs. What we came up with is a 20 foot house that can be fully completed for only $10,000-12,000 with all new materials (even less with reclaimed materials). The house is called ‘Simple Living’ and you can get more details and see additional pictures here.

For a limited time, we are offering the plan package (PDF download) for whatever amount of money you decide and what you think they are worth. And we are going to donate 100% of the proceeds to charity, specifically I Care Atlanta which is a nonprofit devoted to ending homelessness. We plan to rotate through different charities and will continue to do this as long as it generates money for the charities.

This is part of a shift in our business plan to start giving back to our community more. Going forward Tiny Home Builders will be donating a minimum of 2% of our annual profits, as well as 1% of our time to local charities.

Click here to learn more.

If you would like learn how to build tiny houses like this on trailers, check out Dan’s step by step construction guide.

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