Understand the new trend : Tiny Houses

Understand the new trend : Tiny Houses

When we think about the future, we often imagine ourselves in tremendous houses or highly designed apartments. Have we ever considered what life would be like if we lessened and simplified our homes? Do we need all the space we have?
Are you an adventurer who wants to experience a new way of life? Pack a small suitcase or backpack and book your stay in a tiny house!
This accommodation is admiringly equipped, unique, and full of tricks to optimize small spaces. What’s amazing is that their size allows them to be in the most stunning corners of nature.
Tiny houses will make you experience a more subtle way of life without taking away comfort and luxury. The joy of this kind of housing is the alliance with nature and escape from the city

What’s the hype?

For owners, small houses are more affordable to buy and build than typical houses. Due to the small square footage, fewer materials and land are needed for construction.
The average size of a tiny house is between 25 and 40 sqm. The size is totally up to you and your creativity.
How did we save money in a small space? What is the difference in expense between a conventional house and a smaller one?
Interestingly, small houses require about six light bulbs, using an average of 914 kWh a year, which is about 7% of an average home’s kWh. The same goes for heating and cooling, for a typical house releases over 14 times more pounds of CO2 from heating than a tiny house would. All this results in lower electricity bills, smaller rental, and monthly payments, and lower upkeep costs. This also makes tiny houses more eco-friendly, which is what the newer generations strive for.
If you are worried about plumbing – the regulation is simple, identical to larger houses. Some have a habit of filtering rainwater, but it’s entirely up to your lifestyle, and whether you’re living on or off-grid.
Tiny homes can last between 7-10 years depending on materials and regular maintenance, which is not nearly as demanding as in regular houses. You also have the option of upgrading the house whenever you want more space.
When we talk about the prices of small houses and their value, it is interesting that their sales have grown by almost 85% in the last two years. The average cost of a tiny house is €30,000 – €60,000, but a tiny house can cost as little as €8,000 or up to €150,000.
Investment for a tiny house can be small with a good return on investment as charges are lower than traditional housing.
Moreover, smaller surfaces and lower investment result in higher relative return on your investment. Besides the financial reasoning, building a small house for the short-term renting can be beneficial as the guests are always seeking new and unique experiences, and your property can stand out from the crowd. Check out few examples of highly successful tiny houses on Airbnb:
For travelers it is a way to experience a different way of living, without high costs. Living in small houses helps the ecological environment, and builds you as a conscientious person. Small houses were created for those who contribute to the protection of the environment with their lifestyle, and for those who want to experience it.
This kind of home provides great financial relief, energy savings and pollution reduction, all in style and comfort! For guests it can be the perfect accommodation that will respect their personal value or discover a new way of life.
Tiny Houses are not just a way of traveling or experimenting a new way of living, it can become a real lifestyle. You are probably wondering how people live in such a small space, but the truth is that in addition to financial relief, there is also an improvement in lifestyle. In a smaller space, you will pay more attention to the practicality of the space, and you will want to make the most of it for the features you truly need and thus reducing the consumption of unnecessary accessories in the home. Many tenants of small houses have noticed that decorating a small home is fun and that new healthy habits have been created, such as recycling and frequent cleaning of the space.
Since 2014, many opinions of experts who see this lifestyle as prevalent in the future have been presented. Small houses are considered to be the perfect choice for an increasingly turbulent lifestyle and people who are often on the move or tend to explore the world. These data are very valid today, given that in the last few years the amount of sales of small houses has risen significantly.
Unlike large houses, small houses have the possibility of absolute mobility – so you can move it from one place to another. You can put these houses on wheels and locate where you would like to spend your time at that moment.
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Marine Chailloux



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