For most of her life, Michelle Boyle, a resident of Sherwood, Oregon, was forced to live in a rented house with her children. She had to pay $ 1,500 a month for the house, which deprived her of most of her salary. The rest of the money was spent for food and clothing.
Working in the cafeteria, the woman did not have the opportunity to save anything. Everything changed when the children grew up and began to live independently. Now Michelle could rent a smaller and cheaper house, but the woman wanted to meet old age in her own home.
She decided to build a small house on her own. After studying a lot of information about construction on the Internet, the woman got down to business.
Michelle built the house in just a year. Despite its modest size (approximately 19 sq. m.), it has everything she needs for a comfortable life.
Being limited in funds, the woman could not afford to buy new household appliances and furniture for the kitchen, so she was looking for used one, but in good condition. Michelle has placed a recreation area above the kitchen where she likes to lie down with a book.
The living room in Michelle’s house is tiny. From there you can go up to the bedroom, which is located in the attic.
The woman placed a small dressing room between the living room and the bathroom.
Now all Michelle Boyle’s payments for housing, including utilities, are $ 60- $ 70 per month.
This construction inspired the woman to build more houses and rent them out for daily rent to those wishing to take a break from the bustle of the city.
Among the houses built by Michelle Boyle, there are both quite large for 3-4 people, and very small ones, in which even a shower is located outside.
The cost of renting such a house is from 60 to 100 dollars per day, which brings the woman a very good income. ******