You come home after a long day at the office. You’re facing a mountain of chores, a ton of clutter, and bills. Steep ones. You need life to be different; you need it to be beautiful and inspiring again. And you suspect a tiny house might be the answer, but there is one problem.
If this sounds like you, read this post because today, we’re dedicating our tiny house blog to helping you tackle the money part of your tiny home dream.
Here’s what we’re going to do:
Here’s how things normally go when you ask a company a question like this.
The company uses sales-y language to convince you to hand over your contact information. Then a pushy rep calls you, takes up your time, stresses you out, and somehow forgets to mention the cost of the *extras* like upgrades and transportation.
Um. We’re not going to do that.
Instead, we will give you this tiny house quote link, so you can build your own estimate with any extras you see fit. Furthermore, you can do it from the comfort of your home while wearing pajamas, and we do not need to know your work address or the name of your firstborn child.
Oh, and when you’re ready to talk, just know that our “sales” staff is really just a team of amazing humans who love tiny houses as much as you do. So don’t be nervous about scheduling a consultation; we can’t wait to hear which tiny home layout is your favorite.
Once you know how much it will cost to build a tiny house to your tastes, you’ll want to start thinking about financing.
If money has historically stressed you out, it’s no wonder; our society has assigned alllllll kinds of judgment around it!
Money is bad.
Money is the root of all evil.
People with money are greedy, mean, uncaring, etc.
If you struggle with these thoughts, you are not alone. But also, you might be blocking yourself from receiving the funds necessary to buy a tiny house! So if it’s helpful, here’s a different perspective on money:
Hoarding money could create problems, but having the money to buy a shelter (basic need) that inspires you (important need) seems like a pretty good use of funds, right?
So with that in mind, if you want to buy a tiny house, it’s time to change your mindset around money to get a tiny home loan.
Here at Mint., we want to support you at all stages of your tiny house journey. From tiny house research to securing a loan for a tiny house, we are here.
Don’t let lack of funds stand in the way of your tiny home dreams – click on the buttons below to explore your financing options today!
We hope this easy-to-access tiny house financing link will put your mind at ease, but we aren’t going to stop there. We want you to know exactly how our payment process goes, so there will be no surprises. You deserve to know everything.
To secure you a spot in our manufacturing queue, we require a 25k non-refundable retainer (tiny house downpayment). Here are two things to know about it:
Here is the rest of the payment schedule:
And that’s it!
We structure payments this way to protect you and assure tiny home lenders that we are actually building the tiny house we promised. Some builders will take 100% deposits upfront, but that’s a high-risk practice, and we don’t believe in putting you in that position.
If housing costs you more than any of your other bills, then addressing your housing is your fastest route to improving the quality of your life.
So if you dream of spending less time at the office and more time outside with your fur-babies (or human babies!), a tiny house could be a great way to do it. Tiny houses can also help to make a retirement plan that makes sense.
Does the idea of a thirty-year mortgage keep you up at night? Well, no problem because tiny home loans are shorter! Some people pay them off in just seven years, but ten, fifteen, and twenty-three year tiny home loans are also common. The point is that you’ll have options.
Tiny house is not just a fun adventure but one that could bring loads of stability to your life.
Thanks for joining us today on the blog, and we’ll see you soon. Don’t forget to subscribe before you go!