Tiny Homes Are Making a Bigger Mark

Tiny houses are trending bigger nationwide. Interest in small-home living among the public has gained momentum since the recession, and made some Americans crave a simpler, less expensive way to live, according to U.S. News & World Report.

These small homes, often built on a trailer and portable, tend to be under 700 square feet. They tend to cost a fraction of a typical home, as low as $10,000 or up to $100,000, depending on the size.

TV shows are giving viewers a peek at this new type of living, especially on networks that HGTV that have shows featuring small-home living such as “Tiny House Hunters,” “Tiny House Nation,” and “Tiny House, Big Living.”

Source: “The Big Impact of Tiny Homes: How Little Houses Are Changing Real Estate,” U.S. News & World Report (Aug. 5, 2016)