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Sarah Beeny meets people who've become mortgage-free by using some clever and simple tricks.
Sarah visit a beautiful lakeside property just outside London, built on land where others were unable to get planning permission. There's also a couple in Surrey have a very clever plan to use the sale of their houseboat to build a mortgage-free floating home, and boost their pension. In the West Midlands, a couple have built a cabin in a relative's garden to be there to help with his Alzheimer's. And a man in Hertfordshire has sold off half of his house, raising £250k for his and his wife's retirement.
Sarah and designer Max McMurdo and architect Damion Burrows travel to Wales to meet Carwyn and Megan, who plan to build their first home together out of two salvaged lorries on a miniscule budget of just £5000. Damion meets a Cotswolds couple who have cleverly played the property market to turn an initial investment of £33,000 into an award-winning, mortgage-free home worth over a million pounds. And a couple in Edinburgh aim to beat the bank by clearing their mortgage by building a block of flats as part of a collective.
In this episode, inventor Rick Hunt plans a futuristic, wheelchair-friendly home for his family in a double decker bus - all for just £20,000. Sarah meets the family who traded London life for a beautiful debt-free home amid 35 acres of Welsh countryside. There's a stunning mortgage-free eco-home in Shropshire and a salvaged caravan made into a home for just £3500. And in Fife, a single mother explains how her drive for mortgage-free security has taken her from living on benefits to owning her home outright in just 10 years.
The last episode of the series features a young Shropshire couple who became mortgage free by building a second house, which they sold to clear their debts. In Staffordshire, Sarah meets a single dad who plans to halve his monthly outgoings by quitting his rented house and transforming an Airstream caravan into a luxury home, for just £15K. A Cotswolds couple have built a two bed farmstead home inside a pair of former mobile offices for just £36,000. And in London, Sarah meets Dominic, who bought a former parking lot with a friend and together they built two, four-storey homes out of concrete for £200,000, each now worth over £1million.
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