Growth of Tiny House Movement Spurred in Part by Foreclosures


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The foreclosure crisis started in 2007 and by 2008, was in full-blown crisis mode. Foreclosure filings spiking to more than 81 percent, up 225 percent over 2006. The interest in downsizing and living in more modest homes—including tiny houses—spiked — and continues to this day.

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