There is an older masonry house with a large lot that is currently gutted. My partner an I like the idea of purchasing a tiny home to park on the property, and live in it while rehabbing the rest of the home.
This probably seems odd, and it is, but I'm wondering more the loan/logistics of something like this. I'm assuming you would have to pay cash for the tiny home, as a mortgage wouldn't cover it, and then since the home isn't livable, would it even be possible to get a mortgage for that?
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