Tiny Homes, Tiny Price: How Tiny Homes Could Have a Big Impact on the Housing Landscape

Having a Tiny Home is a goal of mine!
Imagine having a couple friends with Tiny Homes in different areas of the world, and you could trade them off like time shares for vacations. Awesome stuff.

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“Tiny House” is becoming quite the household name, and while such homes are tiny, as a movement they are primed to have a huge impact on the housing market, community development, and the way we look at living in general.

The average tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet, significantly smaller than the 2,600 square feet that make up typical American homes.  Though small, these homes offer a surprising range of architectural and aesthetic diversity.

One major motivation that is driving more and more people towards tiny living is the desire for financial freedom.   Only 29.3% of all U.S. homeowners own their homes fully, meaning they do not have a mortgage.  For Tiny Housers, though, 68% own their tiny home.

According to a CareerBuilder survey, 8 in 10 American workers say they live paycheck to paycheck each month.  A similar Harris Poll study found 78% of American workers…

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