“The benefits of tiny homes are obvious. There’s less maintenance, reduced financial burden and added movability and mobility for a change of circumstances,” says George Chmael in an interview with American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Chmael is CEO of Council Fire, a Maryland-based consultancy for nonprofits, governments and communities for sustainable building.
People live in smaller dwellings for three main reasons:
Financial stability – to manage debt
Desire for flexibility / freedom
Environmentally friendly spaces
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