Could you live in your RV for a couple of month and not go crazy?
The wife and I are talking down sizing of our home residence. We will be building a new house about half the size of our current house. Of course we have been working on a floor plan and getting ready to move forward.
We already own the land we plan to build on, but now we have to figure out how to move forward with the sale of our current house and start on the next house.
My thoughts are to take out a loan for the construction of the new house and get it started in hopes of listing the old house and maybe be finished about the time the old house would sell and close. I know that's a whole lot of hoping.
Her thoughts are to get our current house ready to list on the market and then do so. Once it sells and closes start construction on the new house without taking out a loan.
During the time between the sale of the old house and the completion of the new house her plan is to live in the 5th wheel. Now granted it should only take 2 to 3 months to complete the new house weather permitting. I just don't know if we could both adjust to living in such a confined area.
It would be interesting to day the least. Of course she says to keep it interesting we could make use of some of this time for RV road trips to break things up.
Which would you choose? Or would you ever consider living in your RV for a few months?
And yes I know that many fine RV'ers live in their rig full time, I'm just not sure its for us.
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