Tiny Homes, Big Dreams


“As Canada’s overpriced housing market continues to skyrocket out of reach for many families, increasing to an average house price of nearly $410,000 last week, more and more Canadians are looking for affordable housing solutions outside the box.

The tiny home movement, or “extreme downsizing,” is one such growing trend: small, compact homes typically less than 500 square feet that are designed for efficiency, sustainability, and maximal use of space…”

One Response to Tiny Homes, Big Dreams

  1. Lynn says:

    I think the big problem, big obstacle to Tiny Homes, is municipal regulations/accommodations. There has to be a means for folks to live (with these) legally in a town/city, and use local utilities/services. Too often I read how impossible it is, due to size restrictions.

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