6 homes that cost less than your car.

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2 min readFor young people, buying a home is a major life goal. It usually comes however after the overseas trip to Europe, your purchase of your first car, and the dayyour uni debt is paid off. But….. that is all about to change. One way you can get in to the market is to think smart and have your money work for you. All you need is a spare patch outside the back of mum and dads house, and you will havethe perfect private small home.

Here are the best 6 homes for less than the cost of your car.

1. The cosy home 


2. The wood cabin.


 3. The wooden shed (Pro version)

Price not disclosed.

4. The garage home. 


5. The 800 hour home.

$25,000 (it was built in 800 hours)

6. The cottage home.

No price provided. Estimated $40,000

So if you are finding housing unaffordable, look for alternatives. It may be betterto buy the bicycle and look at some crazy designs. All you need is a bit of land and some creativity to put something together, and from the homes above, you can make something exceptional out of something so simple.

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