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13 Tiny Homes That Will Make You Want to Downsize


These are thirteen tiny homes that will make you want to downsize brought to you by the Tech Insider YouTube Channel!

From expanding campers to easy-to-assemble houses, these tiny homes will make you want to downsize.1

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Thirteen Tiny Houses That Will Inspire You To Downsize

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  • Otessa Regina Compton July 16, 2018, 8:26 pm

    WHAT A SPEECHLESS CONCEPT, EVERY THING AMAZING AND THEN SOME. JUST TO THINK, IF ANYONE OR COMPANY THAT WOULD BE INVOLVED IN PHILANTHROPY COULD CONTRIBUTE AND HELP SOLVE THE HOMELESS PROBLEM. THIS IS WILDFIRE, ESPECIALLY IN DIFFERENT STYLES, DECOR, AND OTHER VENTURES. I AM NOT DISABLED NOR HANDICAPPED, BUT I AM ALWAYS THINKING OF THESE PEOPLE AS WELL. THIS IS A FANTASTIC CONCEPT, AND COULD TAKE ON A LIFE OF IT’S OWN LIKE WILDFIRE!!!

  • Richard Sinkhorn July 17, 2018, 7:24 am

    I feel this is the greatest thing since sliced bread. I have bad credit but I am going to do all I can to move into a tiny home as soon as possible. This may be the only way I will ever be able to own my own home.

  • Beth Ann Simmons July 17, 2018, 6:34 pm

    I’d like info on the white container that is dropped on the property and expands both ends and front-back. What a great concept.

    • James D. July 18, 2018, 9:29 pm

      Ten Fold Engineering is a engineering technology firm in the UK that licenses their technology to other companies.

      The key feature of which is the ability to design a product that can be compact for easy transportation but can unfold in a matter of minutes into a much larger usable structure.

      Applications are wide ranging from things as simple as deploy-able road barriers to units that can be stacked to form multi-story structures that can also reconfigure their interior layout as needed.

      The beach house and the white container are two examples… You can check their youtube page for many more… and there’s products being made now that should be coming to market soon using their technology…

  • Maria July 18, 2018, 8:30 am

    None of these appeal to me. Plus they cost way too much money. The whole idea of going Tiny is to save money and not be in debt.

    • James D. July 18, 2018, 9:15 pm

      These aren’t all made to be homes or all limited to just that usage, nor are all of them priced very high, but there are many reasons people go tiny and they’re not all the same reasons for everyone.

      There’s actually a wide range of people looking for alternatives because life can suck for anyone no matter their income range and it’s really about the freedom to live your life how you see fit…

      Everything else is just aspects of what you may focus on to get there and dealing with the individual reality of one’s situation as to what solution will actually work best for any given person…

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