55% of tiny house people have more savings than the average American, with a median of $10, 972 in the bank
SO WHAT ARE TINY HOUSE?
And what is this tiny house movement?? Simply put, it is a social movement where people are choosing to downsize the space they live in. The typical American home is around 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet. Tiny houses come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but they enable simpler living in a smaller, more efficient space.
WHY ARE PEOPLE JOINING THIS MOVEMENT?
People are joining this movement for many reasons, but the most popular reasons include environmental concerns, financial concerns, and the desire for more time and freedom. For most Americans 1/3 to 1/2 of their income is dedicated to the roof over their heads; this translates to 15 years of working over your lifetime just to pay for it, and because of it 76% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.
With over 12 years of commercial real estate experience, Natalie brings a proven record of accomplishment in planning and leading comprehensive marketing strategies in support of business goals and objectives as it relates to real estate. With an expertise in the creation of marketing initiatives, tools and identifying and measuring target markets, Natalie runs the day-to-day operations of WheelLife Homes at our model home, including all interior design planning, marketing, advertising and business development. With a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Natalie is also a licensed Realtor.
Charlie Pond has over 17 years of experience in the development and construction industry, managing all phases of development and construction for industrial, office, medical, and retail projects. His roles have included site selection, due diligence, feasibility analyses, client representation, design, value engineering, bidding, and construction phases. Charlie has led the development and redevelopment
of over $200 million of land and building value, along with over $25 million of LEED certified projects.
From a construction standpoint, Charlie has extensive experience in managing the entire design and construction process, from initial design development, value engineering, estimating, and bidding, continuing through the construction scheduling, safety, quality and budget management, and extending to the closeout, warranty, and beyond. A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Charlie holds his Masters degree in Civil Engineering.
Hap Pendleton is the principal of Pendleton & Sears Architects (PSA). Hap is a graduate of the prestigious University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and has provided architectural design and planning services.
Hap is talented both as a creative architectural designer as well as a comprehensive architectural planner, serving clients both in the tri-state area and nationally. His impressive client list covers a broad spectrum of commercial building projects, from medical facilities, governmental agencies, restaurants, churches, realty offices, shopping centers and a variety of small businesses. Hap is the architect for all WheelLife Home designs.
The Industrial features an angled roof, which starts low above the bedroom and builds to 14 feet in the living room. Trapezoidal windows grow similarly from back to front, offering natural light while maintaining privacy. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glass. A large sliding glass door opens to a private deck. Includes one bedroom and a loft.
This luxury cabin on wheels, is a perfect tiny house for a woodlike setting. If the log cabin aesthetic is your thing this may be a great way to get a log home of your own, with the accessibility of being able to move your tiny house to any location. With its gable roof, pine interior, and rustic accents throughout – this home brings the warmth of any woodsy, mountain get-a-way without the stresses of large financial responsibility.