A small town family has built a large business by joining the tiny house movement.
Family business Simplify Further offers a variety of small living models and hopes its customers can take a “small step into a big world of possibilities”.
According to their website, the founders of Keep simplifying spent some time in a tiny house before moving to a larger space to accommodate their growing family.
They decided to build a tiny house in their own driveway to make their life easier.
“We felt like this tiny house would kind of get us out of the nine-to-five job where we live paycheck to paycheck and don’t have the disposable income to really enjoy life together,” explains the website.
After investing a small amount of money in their own tiny house, the family saw great opportunities for growth.
“We believe the tiny home movement gives you the freedom to live the life you’ve always dreamed of; whether you live in, travel in, or rent out your tiny home,” they added.
Your tiny home business now offers a range of packages to help others achieve their tiny home dreams.
Available models range from $47,000 to $60,000 and feature two queen-size lofts, full kitchens, and bathrooms. They can even be customized.
Since starting their business, the family has used social media to share their experiences.
In a recent video, @simplifyfurther showed their followers what their tiny house building plot looks like.
The short clip revealing rows of tiny houses in a wooded area.
“$9,000 invested in building a tiny house on wheels,” read the caption above the video. “Three years later…it became a seven-figure business.”
Followers were quick to comment on the extraordinary site and inquired about what type of homes were on offer.
“I’ve been thinking about buying land and renting it out for the short term. Prefab builds make it a lot easier! That’s great,” one person exclaimed.
Others pointed out that building tiny homes comes with some challenges.
“I think our city’s building codes prevent that because they classify them as mobile homes!” They suggested.
A few people joked about the family’s job.
“So you build mobile homes. Lol,” wrote a third person.
@simplifyfurther corrected the TikToker’s suggestion and replied: “No, we build Airbnbs on wheels.”