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"For most Americans, big houses have come to symbolize the good life; but, all symbolism aside, the life these places actually foster is more typically one of drudgery. Mortgage payments can appropriate thirty to forty percent of a household's income not counting taxes, insurance, or maintenance expenses. When every spare penny is going towards house payments, there is nothing left over for investments, travel, continued education, more time with the kids, or even so much as a minute to relax and enjoy life. At this rate, an oversized house can start to look more like a debtor's prison than a home." Jay Shafer


Tired of subsidizing the banking industry and being a slave to out-of-reach high-quality housing and your increasingly uncertain or overly-demanding job? Here are some comfortable alternatives to the monthly 30-year mortgage grind. If you're interested in finding out more about the principles, practices, and nuts and bolts of some interesting and alternative ways in which to approach your daily life, have a look around at this sampling of available resources.
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TINY AND SMALL HOUSE RESOURCES
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09/01/2020

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