Full-time RV living isn’t always about vacations. Sometimes, stationary RV living is out of necessity while others, it may be simply a choice. There’s a whole book of reasons why full-time RVers live long-term in RV parks. Whatever the reason, if you’re contemplating downsizing to an RV or just aren’t ready to hit the road yet, a stationary RV lifestyle may be an option. Here’s why.
Some working-age people are able to pivot from their brick-and-mortar jobs to continue working remotely for their employer while traveling. However, by choice or unseen circumstances, others, like you, are looking for new remote work opportunities. But they don’t know where to start. If you have computer-niched skills, secure WiFi connectivity and good computer system, you’re on the road to finding the perfect remote work while still being able to enjoy traveling.
Many assume that full-time RVing is cheaper than owning a house or renting a condo or apartment. For those of you who are contemplating full-time RVing, you should take into consideration, at least, the basic costs associated with our RV lifestyle.
So, we’ve put together a compilation list to provide a better picture of our expenses incurred in this thing we call, RV LIFE.
Do you dream of living a life of full-time travel, but aren’t sure if you can afford it? Living and traveling in an RV goes beyond the purchase price can become overbearing for the ill prepared. Consider these finance implications to set yourself up for success. Here is some worthy Full-Time RV Financial Fitness!