mortgage free living


This Dream Home Only Cost Them $22,000. Just Wait Til You Go Inside..

Andrew and Gabriella Morrison spent decades in the rat race, with their lives revolving around their finances and paying off a huge mortgage. They were sick of this lifestyle, so they boldly downsized and built a tiny house of their own. They call it “hOMe”.
It only cost the Morrisons $22,000 to build their dream home.

They now live mortgage-free, which has improved quality of their life and the closeness of their marriage.

Thanks to brilliant design, this 207 sqft space feels much bigger on the inside. The Morrisons have everything they need.
There’s a spacious kitchen, with an oven, fridge, and sink.
Definitely no lack of counter and shelf space here!
They also included a reading area and an office desk that doubles as a dining table.
Under the stairs to the loft is a big “closet”. Not a single inch is wasted.
Their bedroom fits a queen sized bed and a big dresser.
And on the other side of the loft, a living room where Andrew likes to play his guitar.
Their tiny bathroom has a high tech plumbing system.
And there’s even a shower!

The best part? The house is on wheels, meaning they have no permanent address sand can move whenever.
After touring hOMe, it’s hard to imagine why anyone would need more than this.

Downsizing to a smaller home, especially a tiny house, saves money and lets people focus on more important things in life.
The Morrisons’ home reflects a physical and mental place all of us strive for. They’re free from debts and bills, mind numbing routines, a permanent address, and everything else that prevents us from being the people we want to be. More of us should follow their example - pass their story on to others by clicking below!