The Bible indicates that the Jesus sometimes stayed in a house, but it is not stated that he owned the house.
“…Jesus saw them following and asked, ‘What do you want?’ They said, ‘Rabbi’ (which means ‘Teacher’), ‘where are you staying?’ ‘Come,’ he replied, ‘and you will see.’ So they went and saw where he was staying…” John 1:38-39 (NIV)
“Leaving Nazareth, he went and lived in Capernaum…” Matthew 4:13(NIV)
“A few days later, when Jesus again entered Capernaum, the people heard that he had come home.” Mark 2:1(NIV)
As a perfect human being, Jesus’ main purpose was to sacrifice his human life to ransom Adam (and all his children) from death. (1 Corinthians 15:22, 1 Timothy 2:5,6.) He was not trying to accumulate earthly possessions, so where He lived was probably an act of someone’s hospitality.
“And Jesus said to him, ‘Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.’” Matthew 8:20 (ESV) This verse would certainly indicate that Jesus did not own a permanent residence.
“But he went out and began to talk freely about it, and to spread the news, so that Jesus could no longer openly enter a town, but was out in the country; and people came to him from every quarter.” Mark 1:45 (RSV) Due to Jesus’ popularity, he needed to live in the country. These verses do not tell us whether he lived at someone’s country house or lived out in nature.
What could be a lesson for us?
“Is it time for you yourselves to dwell in your paneled houses, and this temple to lie in ruins?” Haggai 1:4
Daily, we need to be aware that our homes, money, cars, etc. are not ours but the Lord’s. By His grace, we have received these blessings, so we need to use our material possessions in His service and to help those in need. God expects us to use our talents (which include our “riches”) to bless others. Please see the parable of the pound (Luke 19:11-27) and the parable of the talents (Matthew 25:14-30). God will judge us as to how we use our blessings. Even if we share a cup of cold water with a person in need, that act will be accepted as if we did it to the Lord.
“God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work.” 2 Corinthians 9:8