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The Surprising Number Of Americans Open To Tiny House Living

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A new survey of just over 2,000 Americans reveals over half would be willing to live in a tiny home. According to Business Insider, such interest in tiny homes has been on the rise since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Source: Getty Images What's more, 72% said they would consider using a tiny home as an investment property. Affordability, efficiency, eco-friendliness, and minimalism were cited, in that order, as the four most attractive factors that the tiny home lifestyle has to offer. Privacy and mobility, however, fell lower on the list.

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