Ready to free themselves from the mortgage and upkeep of their 1,700-square-foot home, newlyweds are going tiny in Spanaway, WA. They agree that they need a large kitchen where she can start her catering business, but she wants a clean, modern home style while he's looking for more of a cabin feel.
Newly self-employed Fefe is transitioning to the simple beach life and going tiny in the coastal town of Shallotte, North Carolina. With an $80,000 budget and an extensive wish list, her friend and real estate agent is along to help to her find a modern beach cottage that has a bit of glitz and glam.
Married Maryland freelance writers have moved out of their three-bedroom apartment to simplify, go mobile and go tiny. She wants a cozy, customizable cottage, while he is concerned with practicality and mobility. They task her real estate agent brother with finding them a tiny home within their budget of $45,000.
An avid antique collector is going tiny to live a simpler life in North Carolina, and her daughter is tagging along to be a sounding board as they hunt for something near Asheville. She's looking for a home with a view that has plenty of space for her large antique collection, but it may be difficult finding a tiny home without having to give away a prized possession.
Newlyweds who want to travel the country are going tiny in Fort Collins, Colorado, and are on the hunt for a mobile tiny home that has a loft for their dogs. While she's looking for a farmhouse chic home, he wants a spacious modern industrial with room for his outdoor gear.
An Atlanta native is ready to downsize and hit the road in a tiny home. With the help of her son, she hopes to find an affordable house that fits her shoe and hobby collection, and is also mobile enough that she can travel to see her grandchildren.
A sign language interpreter wants to go tiny in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Even with a budget of $90,000, her expensive taste might be a problem, so her friend is joining the hunt to reign in the pricy wish list. She wants a home with a spacious kitchen and is touring customizable models so she can make changes, but she'll have to be careful that her add-ons don't run up her budget.
An outdoorsman who feels trapped in the Colorado suburban life is selling his home to go tiny and tour the country. His dog and his motorcycle are coming along on the journey, so he needs a tiny house than can fit all three of them, as well as have the capability to operate off-grid when he travels to remote areas.
North Carolina renters want to buy a tiny home to share with their dogs. With a budget of $55,000, they view tiny homes in an Atlanta tiny home community, hoping to find a house with plenty of space that blends their modern and rustic tastes.
A writer-artist couple is selling their California home and going tiny in Pahoa, Hawaii. They want to live a life of adventure, and also hope that life on the island allows them to focus on their passions. They both want ocean views and plenty of space to write and create art, but the list of things they agree on stops there.
A travel agent and college student from Atlanta, Georgia, is ready to own a home and wants it to be tiny. She hopes to find a home that's mobile and provides two sleeping areas for when her son comes home to visit. Her lifelong friend and tiny-house skeptic joins the house hunt to make sure she gets all the amenities she's looking for without blowing her budget.
A couple that's spent years working two jobs to take care of their large Wisconsin home is ready to downsize to a tiny home that gives them freedom to travel the country. Having mobility is about the only thing they agree on, however, because she's looking for a rustic-style home with pops of color while he's interested in a modern feel.
An assistant principal in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has plans to purchase and customize a tiny fixer-upper for $50,000. She's lived tiny before and is looking for a cottage that's less than 600 square feet with wood floors, vaulted ceilings and outdoor space for her dog. After her real estate agent shows her options ranging from minor updates to major overhauls, she must decide what kind of project she can afford.
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