Tiny home cost just $12,000, but takes two years to renovate

Who taught this guy so many different skills? He is a one-man electrician, plumber, framer, painter, roofer, and mason.

A man called the Homestead Craftsman renovates houses and rents them. He chose a run-down house with about 540 square feet to make a livable home.

Although he said he would not do anything extreme, he tore it down to the cinderblock walls and replaced everything, including the flooring and joists.

He had to do some extra work because it did not meet the standards the first time it was inspected. Some electrical repairs fixed it.

Everyone was amazed at the quality of the work and the excellent use of space. The house had vinyl floors, new appliances, and granite countertops.

He rented the updated small house immediately, but it will take some time to get back his investment because of the taxes and the insurance.