As rent and real estate prices continue to skyrocket across major American cities, people are searching for alternatives. One such alternative is the “tiny house movement.”
This is the social phenomenon of people opting to live in miniature homes that are about a quarter of the size of a full-size home.
The average size of an American house is between 2,000 and 2,400 square feet. Owning a tiny house means owning a fraction of all home-related maintenance and costs burdens.
Still, it might not be for everyone. Here are the tiny house movement pros and cons to consider before taking the leap.
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