Price was the most important factor for me as I began my search for a Tiny Home. I’m obsessive about budgeting (though I will admit that I’m not as obsessed with sticking to the budget). I had no understanding of how sellers structure the pricing of Tiny Homes, or anything on which to base the budget for this.

Even if a home is completely custom, the seller will probably have a price floor. Otherwise, the less serious would beat down the company’s inbox door with questions that, with a little more Googling on the buyer’s part, someone’s blog could answer.

Base Model Price

  • Heirloom: As far as super-affordability goes, these are not the Tiny Homes you are looking for. If you are looking for extreme gorgeousness, you’re in the right place. According to their website, their base model starts at $89,999 — but don’t let that turn you off to them as an option! I imagine that even their most basic model is excessively well-done.
  • Brevard: Their brilliant floor plans (said the blogger who has never yet lived in a Tiny House) are one reason they in my top three, but the price definitely plays a role in my interest in their homes! Their website says that their base price is around $44k, which is completely reasonable.
  • Perch & Nest: I couldn’t find a base price on their website, so I went a-hunting on the internet. This worthy interview with the owner of Perch & Nest suggests that their Tiny Homes fall in the $30k-$60k range. At this moment, they are my front runners, but it was Brevard earlier today, so it’s really touch-and-go.

All three companies create beautiful works of Tiny Home art. Go check out my favorite for each company:

  • Heirloom’s custom “Luxurious” Tiny Home is flexible, practical, and charming. If a family of five can live there, this family of two certainly could!
  • Brevard’s “Every Tiny Moment” Tiny Home stuck with me because of the little “man cave” area that other Tiny Home models seemed to be missing. That’s one of my husband’s “non-negotiables”!
  • Perch & Nest’s custom “Old World Vermont” Tiny Home may not match my taste in color, but in every other way, it fits any need we could have in our tiny home!

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