Are you thinking small these days about housing? Lots of others in Canada are. Increasingly, people are buying up tiny homes offering floor space about equivalent to what you might find in a typical one-car garage. Micro condos they’re called, offering big budgeting and saving benefits in the trend toward pint-size living. Is this a good thing? Well, let’s discuss the matter.
Given the vastness of our land, is saving space an issue here in relation to pint-size living? Or is something else at work?
Savings against average condo costs can be big, ranging up to – and sometimes beyond – 40 per cent.
On the negative side, the properties are tiny, which means serious issues relating to comfort can come into play.