There is nothing wrong with living in a house. Almost everyone grew up in one. But most of us who never got to live in an RV is missing out on something — ‘the life in an RV’.
Many describe the life in an RV as an epic adventure. Not the conventional, and definitely not the perfect life, but one that is full of excitement.
You may have reached the point where your hometown has become an old town. You feel the need to take a break from its familiar streets and walkways. You can’t bring the comfort of your house with you when you travel.
Here’s a quick rundown on why a home-on-wheels is better than a residential unit.
You can live in all 50 states
Travel across the 50 states to your heart’s content. Hop and live from one state to another if you so wish. Many of us have this childhood dream of hitting the road and seeing all the best places in America. Your home just doesn’t have wheels, it’s a deal breaker.
An RV is both a home and a vehicle. Imagine all the convenience it gives.
Spur of the moment travels
You woke up one morning and decided you wanted to finally see Mount Rushmore for the first time. No problem! Hop from your bed into the driver’s seat and steeir the wheels to your destination.
You can travel anytime, anywhere you want. Night and day, you’re just a mile away from another adventure.
There’s always a new view outside your window
The lawn can become old. It may require a lot of maintenance to keep it manicured. Looking out the window, you’ve seen the same view over and over again for the last five years.
In an RV, every little steer of the wheel, there’s another breathtaking view outside the window. Views are picturesque, you’d have to pay a million to have a home with such scenery.
More time outdoors
Yes, it is true that an RV is not as spacious has a traditional home. But who needs a living room or a dining room when you have all the space outdoors.
Enjoy the early morning sun while having your pancakes and eggs. Have a romantic dinner with the night sky as your ceiling. Sounds like a dream, but it can be real when you live in an RV.
It can be cheaper than a house
Buying an RV is also not as hard as purchasing a house and lot. It is also not as expensive and the requirements are less stringent.
The cheapest RV can be as low was $3,000 to $4,500 dollars. RV loans can range between $3,000 to $1,500,000 with loan terms from 8 to 15 years.
Depending on how much you can afford, you can get an RV that suits your lifestyle. There are many RV -, truck campers, motorhomes, toy haulers. There is one that fits the budget.
Talk to a lender to discover more financing options.
If you ask someone who has an RV for a home, the list can go on and on. And if you’re the kind that has a thing for outdoors, loves to travel and wants to always live a dynamic life, an RV may be the perfect home for you.