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If you’re in the market for a tiny house, you may want to check out the Incred-I-Box by Incredible Tiny Homes. It’s an assembly-line-built tiny house that’s 8’x16′ and built on a trailer.

It’s unfinished but comes with everything you need to make it livable – all you have to do is add paint, appliances, and furniture to make it your own. And the best part is that it’s only $20,000! Watch the video below to learn more about this affordable tiny house option.

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16-foot Tiny Homes for $20,000 (in 2022) by Incredible Tiny Homes

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This is a rustic 8’x20′ tiny house on wheels originally built by Incredible Tiny Homes in 2020.

It’s listed for $36,000 via Carol on the Tiny House Marketplace out of Newport, Tennessee. Check it out and learn more below!

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Affordable & Rustic 20-ft. Tiny House

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Right now I wanted to re-explore the topic of affordable tiny housing with you as a solution as well as a tool to help alleviate homelessness as led by the article and conversation over at this article at Moyers & Company.

As you know one of the main benefits you experience when living in a smaller home is affordability. Your rent or mortgage is cheap and so is your utility bill. In addition, it’s also better for the environment because of efficiency.

Lately tiny homes are being tested as a way to help house the formerly homeless with fantastic results. It’s being done in Seattle, Oregon, Wisconsin, Portland, California, New York, and more. The question is, is it working?

In most areas it’s too early to tell but in my eyes, I see that it most certainly is. Slowly but surely it’s working. You can see for yourself in the videos below. And if put into practice across the nation, it will only continue to help more and more people. It already is in certain areas.

Right now there’s a growing community of tiny cottages near Ithaca, New York called Second Wind Cottages that are having success with the model, proof that the model can and does work to alleviate homelessness with help of the surrounding community.

Affordable Tiny Housing Alleviating Homelessness?

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Images © John Light/BillMoyers.com

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I’m glad to announce that a team of good hearted people in Chico, California have organized the Chico Housing Action Team and their mission is to bring a tiny house village to serve their homeless population.

Right now there’s a growing trend of tiny house villages and communities being created to help the homeless population throughout the United States. I list current communities in this page.

If everything goes as planned for Chico’s first tiny house community it will open Winter 2014. This ‘village’ model has been working successfully in Portland for more than a decade and is now spreading throughout the country to benefit more people in need of truly affordable housing.

Related: Business Man Creates Tiny House Village for Homeless

Tiny House Village for Homeless in Chico, CA

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