Small homes are here, and they’re getting bigger.
But the future for small homes is a lot different than for larger homes.
Fox Sports reporter Chris Samuels talked with a couple of tiny homeshippers to find out what they’re doing in their small towns.
Who are you?
What are you doing?
What kind of houses do you live in?
How do you pay for them?
What do you love about living in a tiny house?
Do you find it hard to be independent in a small town?
What’s your favorite tiny home feature?
What can you tell me about a tiny home in your town?
Do they come with a fridge?
Do your kids like tiny homes?
What about a garage?
Do kids need a place to play?
Do families live in their own home?
What is your favorite part of living in your tiny house in your hometown?
Is it your kitchen?
Do people make noise?
What happens when your kids are outside in your backyard?
What else would you love to do with your life in your own tiny house if you had one?
What did you learn from living in tiny homes in your home town?
Here are 10 things you might not know about tiny homes.
1: Tiny homes are becoming more popular.
They’re now available to purchase from more than a dozen different companies.
They’re also popular in many small towns, and a recent article in The New York Times called tiny homes “the new normal.”
2: Small homes come with built-in refrigerators and freezers.
3: Some people have built their own tiny houses in their garage.
4: Tiny houses are now available for rent.
5: Tiny home owners have a lot of options when it comes to insurance.
6: A tiny home is often available for sale on Craigslist.
7: Some homes are tiny and have no electricity.
8: There are thousands of tiny houses out there.
9: The small-house movement has exploded in recent years.
10: Many tiny homes are powered by solar panels.
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