The tiny living story of Rhonda

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Rhonda Wilson-Williams is beginning her tiny living journey after getting a loan from Liberty Bank, and we are happy to share her words!

“I’m so thankful for the thousands of people who have preceded me on this journey. Almost everything I read and learned on YouTube is real, and it’s been incredibly helpful, knowing so much, before I actually moved in! I’ve adopted a minimalist’s way of thinking over the past few years.

I realized “stuff” is not essential; people and relationships are.

Brett at Cornerstone designed a storage area for all my Art, so I can change out what I want to be on display and store the rest. The three deep drawers he gave me in the kitchen are substantial storage areas I love.

I’m parked on land owned by a tiny living pioneer, here in Jacksonville (Florida). He’s built two homes himself, converted a third, and is working on converting an Airstream. He has his own little tiny home community.

I hope I’m making a tiny difference in the world (pun intended). I know that telling my story in person to friends and strangers, has sparked interest in many people, both young and older like me, to start their Tiny home journey.

I firmly believe that what started 15 years ago, as a handful of people building their own tiny homes, has taken a foothold in modern building and is changing people’s way of thinking about what a “dream home” looks like. I think the time is right for tiny homes to become commonplace”.

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

Liberty Bank informs: COVID-19 UPDATE

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To help our community in this global concern related to the COVID virus (also known as Coronavirus), Liberty Bank Inc is monitoring the present situation and following the instructions and recommendations of the local and Federal government, so of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO).

In behalf of the present situation, we are striving to offer the best service to our allies, borrowers and customers, and in the same time being prepared to protect the wellbeing of our employees and clientele. That’s why we encourage people to stay home when sick, excepting to receive medical care.

Nevertheless, we are responding to the requirements of any customer or anyone else interested in our services.

Our branch keeps its doors opened, and we understand if any of our members prefer to conduct business online or from their offices and homes. Therefore, we invite you to contact us through the usual channels via telephone: 801-355-7436, our email or our social media accounts on Facebook:; Twitter: @LibertyBankInc, and Instagram: @libertybankinc.

In this particular moment, we endeavour for the vigorous health of our allies, borrowers and customers, helping to keep them and their relatives out of any risk in this unique situation. Still, most of all, we wanted to thank you for being a loyal member of this family called Liberty Bank Inc.

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