These real life renters lead luxe, RVs and houses

Based on real stories, this real estate series follows would-be homeowner Tevin Smith and his co-workers, all struggling to find a way to make their dream a reality. From a potential office plot line…

These real life renters lead luxe, RVs and houses

Based on real stories, this real estate series follows would-be homeowner Tevin Smith and his co-workers, all struggling to find a way to make their dream a reality.

From a potential office plot line to something totally absurd, There’s one thing that ties Together makes you stop and pay attention, and that’s the awe-inspiring, overwhelming feeling that nothing can go wrong with this house.

Currently, the biggest reason why homeowners fail to make real estate dreams come true is location. A tiny apartment in Brooklyn? Bet it won’t fit in that big garage! So, many people who want to buy a big house, but there’s only one other way into it—to live there. However, some ambitious people figured out how to get in the big house without having to move to big ol’ Bedford-Stuyvesant. By “subletting,” literally meaning “living on the property.”

Subletting is a tricky endeavor for any homeowner, especially if you own multiple properties, but the fact that it’s completely free and doesn’t involve moving says a lot about these folks.

We’re obsessed with these relatable renters, because apparently, almost all of us have wondered if we could ever live in a house ourselves. Who knew owning just one house would be such a struggle that your neighbours could threaten to send you away? Still…this is the stuff that dreams are made of.

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