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Central Oregon Real Estate Agent

Located in Prineville, I serve clients throughout Central Oregon, from La Pine, Bend to Redmond and all the local gems surrounding. My journey to becoming debt free led me into minimalism, waste free living and right into Real Estate.

Christina TnT Homesteading with goats

This is me. Homesteader.

Being debt-free allows me to live a life of my dreams and a big part of that dream has grown into being a homesteader and living a simple life with less. Along the way we learned how to be self-sufficient from our own land. Homesteading is a lifestyle, and often my real estate clients are curious about how they can include simplicity and homesteading in their lives as well.

Red Cross Volunteer

Christina TnT - Red Cross Training

One of the motivators to becoming debt-free was to have more time to give to others. Volunteering in the Red Cross helps me fulfill that desire while making a difference in other’s lives.

Shortly after my move to Prineville, the Red Cross came to my house for a free smoke alarm installation as part of their Home Fire Campaign. I knew that was the place I needed to be – giving back to local home owners and renters. I started out in that same role, installing smoke alarms in homes and educating home owners on disaster preparation. That quickly led to me becoming a Disaster Action Team Responder for the local area to help families through the recovery stages after smaller disasters like home fire, flood etc.


When I saw how impactful that was, I knew I wanted to do more. They told me about national response and I jumped at the opportunity and talked to my family about how I could make it happen. National response requires a 2-week commitment and I wanted to create that in my business. With my business partner, I now live this dream, knowing that when I’m away my clients are still in trusted hands and they will be taken care of.

Recent Homestead Videos

We saved over $6,000 installing a new drain field ourselves

We saved over $6,000 installing a new drain field ourselves

The homestead is getting a makeover! The newest and largest project to date is the shed conversion. As of right now it is still up in the air on what it can get approved for. The idea is to make it into a 320sq ft 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment BUT we will see what the county says. The septic and drain field are sufficient now to withstand the addition but we have to submit the site plan modification next to see if the building will be approved. If it isn't, we plan to make the conversion into just additional finished living space like an office, at home gym or game room. We did have some help from amazing friends Erin and Zach. You can find their YouTube Channel at With doing the work ourselves and the help of Zach and Erin we were able to complete the job for under $2,500! That saved us a minimum of $6,000 from hiring a professional company to come out, not to mention the wait due to how far booked out everyone is during this Covid time. **My husband is a licensed contractor and Zach is a professional in the field of septic systems, I do NOT suggest doing this yourself if you are not familiar with building codes, regs and heavy equipment operation. Start a sinking fund instead and make sure to request the seller disclose if they accurately know if there is an existing drain field. **Want to support the TnT Homestead and send a gift? Check out our Amazon wish list. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also find me here! Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Butcher day for our turkeys-Our first time!

Butcher day for our turkeys-Our first time!

We harvested our white broad breasted turkeys! This was our first time butchering birds. My dear friend Melissa had a little more experience than us and we did a lot of research. Overall I think it went well and it was a great experience. We ordered 6 poults (and our laying hens) from Jenks Hatchery out of Tangent, Oregon. They arrived alive and well, unfortunately one of them didn't survive the first few days. The remaining 5 stayed healthy and we raised them to 12 weeks before sending them to freezer camp. I don't know if we will do this again. If we do I would like to keep more of the birds instead of selling them. It did work out to where we made enough money from selling the 3 that our 2 birds were no cost to us. Here is what we used or what you could use: Chick feeder/waterer: Brooder lamp: Heat bulb: Shrink bags: Scalder: Kill cone (ours was homemade): Leather gloves: Knife sharpener: Meat grinder: Freezer packaging: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also find me here! Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Help Me GROW! 𝗦𝘂𝗯𝘀𝗰𝗿𝗶𝗯𝗲 𝗛𝗘𝗥𝗘: DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting my channel!
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