How is it possible to suggest that it is less expensive to live on the SHIP full time as compared to renting an apartment or owning a home on land?
Consider all the costs and expenses that you incur each year living on land in a traditional sense.
- rent or mortgage payments
- rental or home owner’s insurance
- condo or home owner’s association fees
- utilities, gas, electric, water, heat
- property taxes and assessments
- property maintenance and repairs
- paint and wallpaper, renovations and upgrades to the inside and outside of the property
- lawn care and landscaping
- pool and hot tub care and maintenance
- newspaper delivery service
- tips and holiday gifts to service people
- cleaning products for the home
- hair care products, personal care products
- general items for the household such as toilet tissues and paper towels
- vacuum cleaner, mops, buckets, hoses etc.
- laundry soap and supplies
- dry cleaning and pressing
- all the appliances you buy for your home, and all home furnishings such as pots and pans, eating and cooking utensils, mattress, bed, sheets, pillows, furniture, bedding, etc
- bottled water, shower filters, water filters
- internet service, phone service, streaming services, cable or satellite TV
- entertainment, movie ticket, movie streaming services, concert tickets, theater tickets, pay per view TV events
- books, magazines subscriptions, DVD’s and videos, CD’s or music streaming services
- education, seminars, workshops, lectures, classes
- lessons for various things such as language, music, or learning a new skill
- musical instruments
- gym memberships, personal trainers, health club memberships, spa memberships for sauna and steam
- country club membership
- various fitness class fees such as: exercise, yoga, tai chi, chi gong, cross fit, strength training, stretching, dance, etc
- card club (Bridge) membership
- car payments, car insurance, parking, gas, maintenance, tolls, repairs, tires, oil and filter changes
- health insurance, dental insurance, medical visits not covered by insurance, alternative health care not covered by insurance such as chiropractic, alphabiotics, acupuncture, homeopathy, B.E.S.T. treatments, personalized nutritional assessments, etc
- vacations, travel expenses to vacation destination, hotel rooms
- school for children, tutors, all the lessons and classes that children take such as music, dance, martial arts, language etc
- uniforms or school clothes; school supplies
- children’s toys
- medical and dental care for children (braces etc)
- nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals, and other natural health products
- prescription and over the counter medications
Think about this. ALL of the above are FREE when you live on the ship FREEDOM.
You are truly FREE when you live on FREEDOM.
Free from bills, free from worry, free from stress.
The only things that you need that you have to pay for are your clothes and restaurants.
EVERYTHING on the ship that you need is FREE.
As you can see, it actually IS less expensive to live and work on FREEDOM.
Almost everyone can “afford” to live and work on FREEDOM.
A person can sell “all their possessions” and easily be able to afford to buy a Residence on Freedom and live on FREEDOM full time. If you need an income, you simply work on the SHIP and you then can enjoy a lifestyle that you only dreamed about, and that is beyond your wildest imaginations or expectations.