Could tiny homes be one answer to real estate affordability issues?

Sensibility and cost-effectiveness make these small homes a perfect alternative
  • Homes don't have to be tiny to allow affordability and new living opportunities: They just have to be smaller.
  • Throughout the western mountain towns, people spend more than 50 percent of their income on housing, which is well above the norm.
  • Sprout Tiny Homes is developing a PUD (Planned Unit Development) approved community in Salida, Colorado.

Sprout Tiny Homes is out to show the real estate industry that smaller homes can be a solution to housing affordability.