In the aftermath of the housing market meltdown in the United States, at least one part of the market seems to be thriving. Tiny houses are emerging as a whole new marketplace.
Bigger than a bread box, smaller that a houseboat, these tiny homes are being bought up to be put in backyards as extensions to existing homes, or by those who use them as vacation houses and more and more, by people who actually live in them full time. Living small entails consuming less. As we enter into the holiday season (the shopping season), this seems really attractive.
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