Liam Henry Bildsten3 months ago
I'm sorry for the late reply!
I am only 18-years-old and have not yet purchased/rented a home of my own. I would very much consider it if I didn't live in an attached housing unit in the future. For me, less is more. I think many Millennials agree and would rather have experiences than have a big house with a four-car garage. I think the great thing about tiny houses is that they are feasible to buy without a mortgage (and as prefabs could add segments over time when afforded.)
I think if the right kinds of developments/communities with the right services and transportation options could be excellent catalysts for people building microhomes. Current cities clearly often have limited space for redevelopment, but many have large industrial or commercial buildings with opportunities (Minneapolis has a somewhat unnecessary golf course around Lake Hiawatha, a small-ish lake, for example.)