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Monday, November 28, 2022

Tiny, Private Houses

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Pallet is making $7,500 prefab tiny homes that can be setup in 1 hour to help solve the homelessness crisis — see inside a unit at a Washington village  ... 

Brittany Chang Oct 29, 2022, 9:15 AM  in BusinessInsider

Washington-based Pallet is building prefab tiny homes to provide shelter for people who are unhoused.
Its smallest $7,500 64-square-foot unit "Pallet 64" is now being used in villages across the US.
See inside a Pallet 64 at Everett Gospel Mission's tiny home village near Pallet's headquarters.

Bigger isn't always better, according to the rising interest in tiny homes.

A New Frontier tiny home sits in a clearing.
A New Frontier tiny home designed by David Latimer. Studio Bull/New Frontier Design
Tiny home sales skyrocketed during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A tiny home surrounded by nature
Shelby Wilray

Some consumers wanted to downsize their primary residences. Others wanted a separate office during the rise in remote work. A few people were even using tiny homes as a private backyard gym.
A white tiny home with green space  ... '

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