Living Big In A Tiny House: Bryce and Rasa’s YouTube Earnings (2024)

If you’re a fan of their YouTube channel and want to know:

➜ Where their current cabin is located

➜ How much they make on YouTube

➜ How they saved up for their cabin

➜ If they are single or have a boyfriend

➜ What is their net worth and income

➜ Where you can source more details

➜ Discover any of their cabin secrets

Then you’re in the right place!

Let’s journey into their #cabinlife story.

The Channel

Living Big In A Tiny House

Real Name(s)

Bryce Langston (age 35)

Rasa Pescud (age 33)

They are not married and do not have any children together, and I’m not sure if Rasa will be pregnant anytime soon.

Tiny Home

Bryce and Rasa have owned numerous tiny homes in their journey. Their current tiny home is out of this world:

That’s inspirational AF.

Previously they owned a tiny home in the United States as a home base while they conducted a ton of interviews for their channel.

Location

They reside in New Zealand and own 2 tiny homes.

1 is for permanent living and the other is for travel.

As they travel often, they don’t have a fixed address.

They spend around 6 months of the year traveling to film epic tiny homes.

Story

When Rasa first met Bryce, he was only living in a Tipi tent and she fell in love right away.

He started traveling to film tiny homes, and Rasa quit her job to follow him. A risky move (as the channel back then wasn’t making much money) but the channel really blew up and the revenue flowed in.

Net Worth

YouTube couples are often wealthier than we imagine.

As of 2024, Living Big In A Tiny House has a net worth of $2,700,000 New Zealand dollars. This is based on the value of their tiny home, car and online business.

That certainly helps them purchase their own tiny homes debt-free. They have saved 70% of their income over the last 6 years.

Income

It’s also surprising how much their channel makes.

Living Big In A Tiny House makes $25,700 per month on YouTube.

To do this, they simply:

➜ Accept multiple brand sponsorships that align with their values

➜ Place YouTube ads on their engaging tiny home tours

➜ Run an incredible Patreon account (I recommend you join!)

➜ Sales of Bryce’s book that he published in 2018

So it’s clear that they’re treating their YouTube channel like a business.

Collabs

They have featured some popular channels on their show, but they prefer to find homes that have been relatively uncovered and are hiding in the mountains.

Big Moments

During their journey, they uncovered some of the most remarkable tiny homes, cabins and homesteads around the world.

Future Plans

They have zero plans to stop creating on YouTube and inspiring millions of people.

Secrets

None that I could uncover online. They rarely draw critics or haters.

Takeaways

What can we learn from their #cabinpreneur journey?

➜ Build a home that truly inspires you

➜ Work daily on your dreams of freedom

➜ Stay humble and committed to the journey

And start planning your own home today.

My Thoughts

Bryce from Living Big In A Tiny House YouTube channel has become a positive influence to millions of people.

He’s grown it to one of the biggest YouTube channels in New Zealand, and the channel is captivating, aspirational and has pushed many of us to build a home and lifestyle of our calling.

I’ve been watching for the past 7 years, and I look forward to the next 7 years and beyond.

Your Cabin

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