Many people opt for RV living on a full time basis. They’ve sold their physical house and moved everything into their home on wheels. This is a great opportunity for many, especially those who are retired or haven’t started their family yet. Here are some of the benefits of RV living.
You will live in each others’ space all the time. While it can be a cause for arguments, it will also help you to grow together as a family.
You will get the chance to learn things that you never knew about each other, even if you have been together 40 or 50 years.
You’re not rooted to one spot like you are with a house. This is a major advantage for many people. They get to travel the world and see the sights.
They also get to see their family in various countries without having to worry about covering the cost of the mortgage while they aren’t at work. If you love travelling, you could make a job out of it.
Imagine the life experience that you would gain from this type of living. You will meet different people and join in with different cultures. It is an experience that some people only dream of.
If you are doing this while you are still younger, you could find that this experience sets you up for employment later in life. You could even find that it helps you with your vision for life and what you actually want to do.
Because you can hardly take anything on the road with you, you will rely less on the materialistic things in life. You may still have a phone and computer but you will not find yourself glued on them all the time, like many are here.
It will make you appreciate your friends and family more since you can spend more time with them. You also appreciate each other more.
Buying an RV is much cheaper than buying a house and then the car and then all the insurance that goes on top of it.
Remember this is your home and mode of transport—two in one! You will need to afford the petrol but this is much more affordable without a mortgage or rent in the back of your mind.
Buying a house is seen as an investment and renting is seen as throwing that money away. That isn’t the case with RVing.
You can still invest your money but you don’t have to worry about rent or an annoying landlord or letting agency. There are plenty of opportunities, including the stock market and forex trading.
You can access the internet but usually for nothing at all. There are plenty of places around the country now offering free WiFi, which means you can do all the work that you need.
Your bills will dramatically decrease, giving you the money for presents, fuel and simply enjoying your time.