Tiny house living is a trend which has taken off around the world, especially in overcrowded cities, but also out in the countryside, where a small home can help to put the occupant in touch with nature. One of the purported benefits of tiny house living is downsizing—not just in terms of space and “stuff,” but also in terms of cost of living.
But are tiny houses really all that inexpensive? Well, that depends on quite a few factors. First of all, whether you build the house yourself or you hire a contractor can make a huge difference in price. Secondly, the square footage of the home is going to have an impact on the cost. And then there are materials to consider, and features, and location, and style, and so on.
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