While free land doesn’t really exist anymore, a plethora of low or no-money-down land grants and loans are readily available.
Flea markets feature a wide variety of quality off-grid tools, supplies, and equipment for dirt-cheap prices.
Believe it or not, buying a piece of land in the countryside is not a pipe dream, even if you have practically no money.
It may not look like the homestead of your dreams, but if you consider it a work in progress, you can homestead even when you’re broke.
In this video, Brad and his wife explain how they feed a family with 7 children on a budget of $250 a month. If this sounds impossible, watch the video.
Homesteading affords so many opportunities to cut back on your bills and truly enjoy life. Here are 9 reasons homesteaders spend less.