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Full Time RVers Increasingly Lumped In With Homeless

Again, apologies for being tardy lately but I needed a week to get my latest book into production. Book 3 in the Recovery and Marine Salvage mystery thriller series. It’s very exciting. If any of you enjoy mystery/thriller/crime type novels … Continue reading

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The Middle Class Can’t Afford The Rent

It’s a sad thing that nearly a third of people making $45,000-$75,000 a year, which is still considered middle class, are spending more than 30% of their income on rent. Those people are considered “cost burdened” by economists. That sad … Continue reading

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Five Questions To Answer Before Heading Out On The Road

No matter how well prepared you think you are before heading out for a life on the road, there will still be things you overlook or didn’t think about. That’s life and human nature. Before you head out here are … Continue reading

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Why RV Living Crushes Traditional Housing

Traditional housing hasn’t always been a bad deal. Way back in the day your mortgage likely came from the local bank, which was a community institution. You and the bank carrying your mortgage had a relationship. That concept seems so … Continue reading

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Another U.S. Housing Bomb Is About To Go Off

My House Has Wheels is about RV living but it’s also a statement about housing in America. That RV living is such a good deal compared to living in a home is one of the learning milestones in my lifelong … Continue reading

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Young People Are Destroying Retail, Housing

Sorry I’ve been absent lately but I’ve been busy launching my latest novel which has been a very exciting and busy time. Battered by student loan debt and the Great Recession young people in the Millennial 18-34 age group are … Continue reading

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Five Must Have Gadgets For The Road

In our travels we discovered a lot about what doesn’t work living on the road and we also found a lot of space-saving and mess saving gadgets that were absolute life savers. Some of these gadgets have utility even when … Continue reading

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Three Questions To Ask Yourself Before Leaving It All Behind

First off apologies for not being around more but I’m in the process of wrapping up the second book in my Recovery and Marine Salvage, Inc. series. It’s been a tough slog but totally worth it. It’s an awesome book … Continue reading

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Four Space Saving Tips For Living On The Road

First a thank you to all our fans for making March the biggest sales month for My House Has Wheels in the last two years! I’m glad you enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing it. The … Continue reading

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Why Your RV Is Better Than a House

Some people aren’t cut out for living on the road. So, just because RV living offers many advantages over a traditional housing model, that doesn’t mean everyone will be able to make it work and you shouldn’t feel bad if … Continue reading

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