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Sally and her new tiny home!

By | Banking, Banking, Home Loans

Sally Lushin is happy in her new tiny house! Her financing was through Liberty Bank: “It’s a dream come true”, and we are delighted to be part of it, in partnership with Alternative Living Spaces (one of our certified builders), Operation Tiny Home and Sutter Home Wines.

Sally shared with the Liberty Bank’s team some words and pictures of her beautiful house on wheels. We are pleased to share them with our followers! Our wish is that all your dreams come true this new year 2021!

“On New Year’s every year, I choose a word and then put that word into action during the year. This year my “word” is FREEDOM. I sold or gave away most of my things because I knew I wanted a tiny home. I moved 1,800 miles away in June and began my journey to find my tiny house. Carolyn Smith was able to help me every time I called her. I think if not for her and the creative suggestions she had; I may not have secured a loan. Not due to my credit, it’s excellent. I’m on a low fixed income because I’m retired. Housing should be affordable to all, and the day I found out my loan was approved, I was ecstatic! Liberty Bank helped me achieve my tiny home, and I’m forever grateful.”

Disclaimer: Liberty Bank of Utah does not endorse or warrant the products or companies listed on this page and nor does it receive any compensation, monetary or otherwise, from these tiny home builders. Liberty Bank does work with customers who purchase homes from these builders and encourages tiny home purchasers to shop around for the builder that is best for them.

 

Liberty Bank: supporting the tiny living movement!

By | Banking

Liberty Bank is proud to support the tiny living movement! In 2020, we have received fantastic feedback, loan applications, requests for information about loans and from builders interested in work with us.

In the picture, there is an 8×30 Allagash built by Tiny Homes of Maine, one of the builders that joined our team recently!

We work with constructors located throughout the whole country, and on our website https://libertybankofutah.com/tiny-homes/, you can check out our complete tiny house builders list and see their different range of movable dwellings models, and our clients could customize any of them!

We believe in helping others, and we invite everyone to know more about this affordable, alternative way of living and how to apply for a loan.

Disclaimer: Liberty Bank of Utah does not endorse or warrant the products or companies listed on this page and nor does it receive any compensation, monetary or otherwise, from these tiny home builders. Liberty Bank does work with customers who purchase homes from these builders and encourages tiny home purchasers to shop around for the builder that is best for them.

Are you looking for tiny home financing? Check out our presentation for the THIA’s meet up

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Liberty Bank had the honour to talk about financing in the Tiny House Industry Association meetup, on May 21st. In the meeting, Kendall Phillips -CEO of Liberty Bank- and Henry Palma -VP Lending- covered the necessary steps to become a certified tiny home builder approved and ready to work with Liberty Bank.

They also explained the process of inspection used by the bank with third-party inspectors, and several tips for those interested in getting loans, which are available on the presentation used on the THIA meet up, clicking the following link!: How to get financing for a tiny home

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