A blog can be one of the best avenues for you to express your experiences with building or living in tiny houses, but at the same time you want to make sure that you can draw in visitors who will actually read what you have to say, right?
Yet, with the growing popularity of tiny houses through television shows, like Tiny House Nation, financing is now available.
I love the idea of tiny homes, but recently I wrote about the viability of actually living in one. There are plenty of people out there (just look at the popularity of the tiny house movement) who can live in a home that’s under 200 square feet, but I’m sure downsizing is the biggest hurdle.
There’s definitely a growing movement and interest in tiny houses over the past few years. With stories that pop up on news sites like NBC and shows that feature tiny house builders, there’s a segment of the population that’s following this trend.
Tiny, little, and small houses seem to be popular lately. Not surprising, with the demise of the housing boom, some people started to rethink what it means to be a homeowner. Do people/families need 2,000+ square feet to live comfortably? Can you buy a house without a mortgage? What defines a tiny, small, and little house?