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HOT TOPIC Possible Blue Ocean? Affordable "tiny" housing park

minivanman

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Makes me think of a yurt.
I think, personally, I would like a Yurt better. I think I'd have a hard time living in a straight line. I always say when the lil woman dies I'm going to live in a travel trailer but in reality..... I don't think I can live in a straight line.... now a Yurt has possibilities.
 

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I'd probably go Apartment or AirBnB bait if I found myself single again. Wife like her backyard without neighbors
 

minivanman

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We both LOVED apartments/'condos', after all, she did live in New York City for 10 years + 3 years.... but the neighbors were getting so bad! I like to think of everyone as equal but we found ourselves asking how these type of people could afford the high rent! That's 1 of the reasons we had to, sadly, give up apartments. And then, you don't even know who might walk in and shoot you in your own apartment while you are eating ice cream!
 

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Sorry @Blackadder I would have to disagree. The expensive part of kitchens and baths comes in the finishes (tile, cabinets, countertops, fixtures). There just aren't that many finishes in a tiny home.
@WJK @Davidla ?
I'm Not saying they aren't heavily marking up the tiny houses, especially the ones on wheels, But you are not going to find any over 140 share feet or so under $40k if it was possible to crank em out at 16K I'd rather think someone would be doing it (adding to this is the fact that tiny houses are often built with normal house materials and mobile homes are traditionally made with the cheapest stuff they can find and one can start to see why the gap between the two prices.)
 

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