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Tiny Houses

Nancy Ross

Publisher: Nancy Ross

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Summary

The tiny home movement has taken the world by storm. In the wake of the current housing industry getting incredibly hard to deal with, with high prices and houses that are too big for most people to deal with, and the fact that most people are hard on the environment with their housing choices, many people are starting to turn to a new solution. And that solution is tiny homes.
Available since: 08/03/2016.

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