You won't have a house but you also won't be a resident and citizen of wherever you are. So, you have no vote, no say in how things are run, and the folks who do, are going to take advantage of that.
For instance in Florida
, a permanent resident can get a "homestead" exemption on their real estate taxes
. You live there, so you get a discount. But a snowbird, who is only there 4 months of the year, isn't using any local services for 8 months of the year, doesn't use the school
system, etc.? Well, a snowbird has no vote, so they get no exemption, and they more MORE while using LESS. And they can't do anything about it because they have no vote.
, Vermont, a number of states and major cities all have 10-15% "tourist tax" on their hotels, and that's often above sales tax. No vote? No control. As a full-time transient, all you can do is chose locations where the local want tourists, and encourage them instead of feeding off them.
These days, there are hands in your pockets everywhere.