Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular as the housing market becomes more competitive.
With a growing number of buyers opting for the low-cost, small-unit lifestyle, there are some who want to own their own small homes.
The number of people renting tiny homes in Italy has been rising in recent years, and there is a growing demand for such dwellings, especially as the cost of owning a home rises.
In 2016, the number of households renting homes in the country reached 1.8 million, a rise of 23 per cent from a year earlier, according to a report by the Italian Statistics Office.
The demand for small-sized homes has driven a surge in the number.
The number of owners of smaller homes has grown by almost a third since 2014.
According to the Italian housing association, this trend is driven by the introduction of small-scale homes in 2017.
However, there is another trend which is creating a boom in tiny homes.
This is the “tiny house” movement, which has seen a surge of people buying tiny homes as a result of the cost-cutting measures taken by many governments in the last decade.
In Italy, tiny homes are often designed to be self-contained, as opposed to being placed in a larger house.
This means that the owner does not have to have a building permit, and is free to set up their tiny house anywhere.
However, the houses are typically not designed for a long-term stay.
The houses are designed to last for a few months, but can also be easily moved out of the house, as they are built from recycled materials.
The average price of a tiny house in Italy is €12,000.
This includes the purchase of the homesharp.
While the homes can be easily rented for a low price, the price is a little higher for those who need the extra protection, such as elderly residents or students who need extra accommodation.
The increase in demand for tiny homes has led to a rise in sales, which is due to the rising prices of houses and the low prices for houses in general.
The owner can pay €500 per month for a small home, and can sell it for up to €2,500 per year.
However there are many rules to ensure that the home is not sold for a profit, including having a “zero-tolerance” policy on crime and having a permit to operate.
In order to get a permit, the owner must have been living in a house for at least six months.
However the law also states that they must register with the authorities.
There are also specific rules for building a tiny home, such that they cannot be built outside of a residential area.
As the prices of homes have risen, so too have the prices for the homes in use.
This has created a large number of tiny homes available in Italy, particularly in cities such as Turin, Venice and Milan.
As with any trend, there will always be a large amount of competition, but in Italy it is proving to be one of the best and most profitable.