From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
If you have found the courage to live in a vehicle, and the ambition to “work camp” your life no-doubt is very simple and very rewarding. At this point, you may find you have an abundance of money and you might feel the need for a place to call your own. For this article, I will be talking about buying a piece of land.
Buying land can be expensive. A very modest 80 acre property can easily cost 200k and up, and anyone who is work camping and paying cash will quickly realize it will take a long, long time to save enough money. So we will stick to small-sized properties, up to a couple acres. These generally cost less than 10k (in the country) and 1/2 acre is generally enough space for a small family, an RV and a large garden.
To read the full story by Cheap RV Living, click here.