Tiny House worth $39, 900 Can Be Yours, But You Have to Rent It Out To Others
Through ESCAPE’s rental program, eligible individuals that are recipients of the free tiny homes will be considered as partners to rent the house for others as long as they are part of the program. An eligible partner can list the property for rent on online platforms such as Airbnb or through the ESCAPE website.
One downside of this program, however, is that the beneficiary cannot stay on the property all the time. The house will act as a rental property in which the recipient will receive 40% of the revenue from the rental fees. Partner-beneficiaries can rent the home if they want to stay in it, and they can also buy the property once they have the financial resources for it. You can read about the guidelines and the requirements online on ESCAPE’s website.
ESCAPE Homes founder Dan Dobrowolski thinks of the rental program as a way to expose more people to the small-living lifestyle while also providing them with the opportunity to create a “tiny business,” according to the ESCAPE press release.
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