Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

He Built His Dream Home By Watching YouTube Videos.

And it's painfully obvious that turning to YouTube for instructions paid off for Jason.

After spending countless hours on the build, Jason is more than proud of the work he put into his new home. “My home is definitely a labor of love that took a lot of blood, sweat, and tears,” he said.

And it's painfully obvious that turning to YouTube for instructions paid off for Jason.

Jason Miles

Despite the fact that this was his first time doing anything like this, Jason was able to turn the project into a home.

A home that comes complete with a bathroom, a full kitchen, a large loft bedroom, and enough space to keep all of his musical equipment. It sure does sound amazing, but is Jason actually able to save money?

Despite the fact that this was his first time doing anything like this, Jason was able to turn the project into a home.

Jason Miles

At this time, Jason is currently saving about $300 every month in rent.

But that's not all. Because he opted for a 15-year loan on the land he built on, he's looking at saving $20,000 in interest payments, as well.

At this time, Jason is currently saving about $300 every month in rent.

Jason Miles

He's even earning money back from the amount of money that he put into the construction!

His home has been appraised at $40,000, which is a bit more than what he put into it. Sounds like he's making out like a bandit when it comes to saving money!

He's even earning money back from the amount of money that he put into the construction!

Jason Miles

Jason is just one of many others who have decided to take their housing issues into their own hands.

Even though most people don't turn to YouTube, Jason found a way to make his housing crisis go away. So if you're looking for a way out of the vicious housing cycle, check out some videos on YouTube to help you along the way and maybe you can do exactly what Jason has done!

Jason is just one of many others who have decided to take their housing issues into their own hands.

Jason Miles

Source: Country Living

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