70 years old manufactures an innovative miniature house for free debt retirement



Imagine the cost of living so low that you really see your bank account grow only from your state pension. This is just one of the benefits that Peter Matheson discovered when he built and moved to his off-the-grid, a very small wheel house in Grand Forks, British Columbia.

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Peter is not a stranger in the innovative building and has experimented with many different techniques, such as building land and other ecological and alternative projects. When commissioned to design and build an affordable home to help housing issues in Canada, she quickly realized she would not get the right of the project unless she appeared in a tiny way of life. As a result, Peter now finds himself living great in his retirement, albeit in a very small home.

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