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Woman Floors TikTok By Showing Off Just How Nice The Inside Of Her Trailer Home Actually Is

Woman Floors TikTok By Showing Off Just How Nice The Inside Of Her Trailer Home Actually Is
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As America continues to struggle with a housing crisis, more and more people are looking for alternative, more affordable methods of home ownership.

Some people now opt for living in "tiny homes" or mobile homes as a way of owning property without paying sky-high prices for a house.

But that doesn't stop people from looking down on people who live in trailer homes, imagining it means living in tight quarters with meager amenities.

TikToker Glory Lautner, who goes by the handle @xogloryyy recently shut down this idea, wowing her TikTok followers with a tour of her spacious and swanky trailer home.

The video received 13 million views five days after being posted.

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The just-under-one-minute video began with a clip from another TikToker, @itsandiebitchh, bemoaning the false perception living in a trailer often gets.

"I'm gonna be honest, I feel like trailers are slept on, and they are judged."

The video then cut to Lautner, declaring she'd been "waiting for this moment", and challenged people to bring on their judgment as she began a tour of her trailer home.

Lautner then disclosed that while some people will pay as high as three thousand dollars a month for a two bedroom apartment, she currently pays $508 monthly for her trailer.

The tour followed, showing off Lautner's sizable, fully equipped kitchen, living room with entertainment system, her private office, the door to a guest room, a laundry room with a full sized washer and dryer, the guest bathroom and the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

At the end of the video, Lautner revealed that she and her husband live on Disney property in a "beautiful city", which she would clarify in the comments section was in the Orlando, Florida area.

Viewers were astonished the tour they had just been given was for a trailer home, with at least one comment declaring the inside looked like a "mansion".

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After several requests, Lautner subsequently published a follow up video, where she gave a tour of her trailer's exterior.

Leading viewers out the back door of the home, Lautner admitted that she and her husband were "really bad with maintenance" as she showed the land her trailer sits on, which was noticeably less glamorous than the inside.

Lautner disclosed that they rent the land their trailer sits on, costing them an extra $700 a month, but which she considered a "steal" for the amount of space and privacy it provided.

The video continued to show that the property includes a 5x8 storage shed, as well as a driveway large enough to hold two cars.

Not everyone was completely enamored by Lautner's living situation, however.

Some people still couldn't ignore what they considered the downsides of living in a mobile home, such as their declining value, difficulty to maintain or how susceptible they are to inclement weather.

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Lautner eventually posted a response to the negative comments, particularly those suggesting she had made a bad investment.

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Reply to @mjacquez_24 I was so out of breath filming this 🫠 #fyp #Mobilehomes

Declaring "lord have mercy" to a negative comment posted in the overlay, a clearly exasperated Lautner made it clear she and her husband knew exactly what they were doing when they purchased their trailer home.

"We did not buy this house to sell it later."
"We wanted to buy this house because once the market gets a little bit better, and land is a little bit more affordable, then we can go ahead and drive this house to our land."
"And then later on we can go and use this house for an Air BnB investment, or for our parents, or rent it to somebody, because it will be paid off in the next few years."

Lautner then expressed the best thing about buying a mobile home is the speed with which you can pay it off and modern mobile homes are made with much better materials than they were in the past.

While acknowledging mobile home life wasn't for everyone, Lautner said she couldn't be happier with the space she and her husband have, as well as the money they were saving, declaring it "the best decision we've ever made."

Viewers applauded Lautner for her decision, and for living her life the way she wanted to, with several expressing their desire to go the mobile home route themselves.

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A 2020 survey revealed that 5.6% of Americans live in mobile homes, with many opting to go that route as a result of the pandemic.

But as a result of the housing market, many mobile home inhabitants have seen their land rental fees triple over the last few months.

The Biden administration is currently hard at work on solving the problem of lack of affordable housing in the United States.