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MrRook

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Could you give us a few reasons?
In CA we had to live in a 240 square foot school bus because we couldn't afford even an efficiency apartment. In Indiana we can afford to buy a 1244 square foot house.
Petrol is almost $2 a gallon cheaper in Indiana.
Car insurance is almost $100 a year cheaper in Indiana.
 
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240 square foot school bus
You flipped a bus into a home?
It does sound interesting. Edit: this is what a couple people did in redoing a bus.
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Sounds like bad driving to me
That's funny. I didn't see that until now.
I was wondering if the OP was being colorful about the bus. When I looked, it's a thing. I think I might have used the word wrong though.
"Flipping" houses is just supposed to mean buy, fixing and selling, I believe. Probably should have said "transitioned" or something.
 
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Our budget was way below what this would have cost. We called it barely surviving; nowhere near interesting.
Sorry to hear that.
I'm always intrigued by the ingenuity of people, like what came up right away on the search with the bus idea.
Personally, I wouldn't mind living in a mobile home with the wife and the pets, park one place and then move on to the next. Maybe half a year at a time.
 

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