A traveling nurse is looking for a tiny home that can move with her on her various job assignments across the country. She wants a house large enough to live comfortably with her dog, but small enough to tow with her compact car.
A California artist is looking for a 400-square-foot home on wheels she can park next to her Sonoma County horse pasture. Even though she's going small, she wants to be able to fit some normal-sized furniture and appliances into her new home.
Recently engaged college students are ready to move out of their parents' homes in Orlando, FL. They're looking for a 150-square-foot home that can travel wherever their careers take them, but their tight budget and differing styles make the hunt a challenge.
A new retiree is trading in her Colorado townhouse for a tiny home on the Big Island of Hawaii. She's looking for a house on wheels where she can live a green lifestyle off the grid. With a budget of $60,000 and a taste for the eclectic, she's hoping to find the perfect piece of island paradise.
Newlyweds Eric and Anna are ready to move out of the cramped quarters at her parents' house in Carmel Valley, California, and into a home of their own. But they won't be moving very far. They plan to buy a tiny home and put it right in her mom and dad's backyard. The couple heads to the tiny home mecca of Portland, Oregon, where miniscule 200 square foot homes, and custom built reclaimed trailers will give them, and their $55,000 budget, the squeeze.
A recently single buyer is looking to start over with a tiny home of her own in Ojai, CA. She wants a place similar to the one she grew up in, but with a budget of $15,000, returning to tiny living may be more challenging than she thought.
A single, twenty-something buyer is ready to purchase his first home in Columbus, Ohio. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a low-maintenance micro man cave within walking distance to his job.
With student loans chipping away at her budget, a Portland, OR, buyer is willing to downsize her space to 200 square feet. However, with $60,000 to spend and an extensive wish list, fitting her lifestyle into a tiny house is going to be a challenge.
Needing to simplify their lives, and with the goal of financial freedom in mind, a South Dakota couple searches for a tiny home that can handle their growing family. They travel almost 2,000 miles to Idaho to find a place that doesn't break the bank.
A Chattanooga artist is ready to downsize her five-bedroom home to a more manageable 200-square-foot house. She's looking something mobile with space for visitors, but her college-aged son is afraid she's biting off more than she can chew.
Used to living out of a suitcase, a world traveler wants to simplify her life back home in Seattle. Armed with a $45,000 budget and a skeptical best friend, the buyer looks for a tiny and mobile house that won't tie her down.
A travel photographer has been crashing with his parents in between gigs in Fairplay, Colorado. Now he's planning on building a tiny home of his own for under $25,000. He tours three model homes to see which one he can replicate.
After some financial setbacks, a couple decides to downsize into something that they can own. They're looking for a mobile tiny home that can fit their growing family, keep them safe from unpredictable weather and move them towards a debt-free lifestyle.
After completing her service with the US Air Force in Hawaii, a buyer is ready to relocate to Escondido, California, with her wife. They plan to purchase a tiny house so they can stay debt-free, but they don't want to sacrifice amenities.
A single dad wants to travel the world with his daughter, but his teacher's salary in Tulsa, OK, means they'll have to downsize first. He's seeking a 400-square-foot, rustic-style home with privacy potential for a soon-to-be teenager.
After selling her tiny house in Alaska, a dog trainer and biologist is moving back home to Buffalo, New York, to be close to her family. The buyer wants a rustic, mobile space big enough for her and her three dogs to all live comfortably together.
A Massachusetts teacher is ready to upgrade his rustic cabin in the woods and get back to civilization. He's looking for a tiny home with indoor plumbing that's close to his work, where he can still raise his chickens and grow a large garden.
A youth pastor and his wife have been saving for a new place in Kentucky. They want a small home that either comes with some acreage or is easily moved to a bigger property, but they'd prefer to not overextend themselves to finance their dream.
A Charleston, South Carolina, couple agrees they need to simplify their lives. They're searching for a tiny home with enough space for themselves and their two dogs, but their design aesthetics couldn't be more different.
A newly single buyer searches San Diego for a 200-square-foot rustic cabin on wheels that has solar panels and a composting toilet. However, his practical-minded sister wants him to get a more modern home with enough space to entertain.
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