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1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bath.
Open the green doors to a backyard cottage that’s bursting with character. The slanted roof and beamed ceiling add visual interest. A partition creates two cozy nooks—one for lounging, and the other for getting a good night’s sleep.
Consumers who want to live in a good location, with a solid infrastructure or close to the center are usually kept at a certain price standard.
But let’s stop here and ask the question: why do consumers pay more for these things?
This idea is based on the traditional habit of raising consumers. In the past, people have preferred the larger ones to buy new housing.
This will naturally lead to increased costs.
As a number of consumers have found, there is another option: downsizing.
Not only is it cheaper to build, buy or rent small spaces, but it also reduces bills even further with lower maintenance costs.
Given these effects, becoming smaller has become attractive.
More than half of Americans say they will consider living in a house smaller than 600 square feet, according to a survey conducted by the National Home Builders Association last year.
The millennia said they were even more involved with 63%.
The figures show that many people want to live small. As Living in a Tiny, we find examples of this rising trend in the United States and the rest of the world, and share them with you for ideas.
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