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The Tiny House Revolution

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Find out what's driving the Tiny House Revolution in the US.

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The Tiny House Revolution

  1. 1. Exploring The Tiny House Movement The Tiny Revolution
  2. 2. The Tiny House Revolution is upon us The movement has been fueled by best-selling books, award-winning documentaries, hundreds of blogs, and a hit TV show, Tiny House Nation.
  3. 3. What’s behind the movement? Why is it so appealing to Millennials? Lets find out. Tiny House Nation
  4. 4. “Tiny houses are the norm for most people in the world, but have been out of fashion in the US for many decades.” “Americans are rediscovering the joys of tiny homes for several reasons: 1. Economic Efficiency 2. Simplicity Movement 3. Realization that a digital world does not require a lot of space” Tiny Houses Kevin Kelly Founding Editor Wired Magazine
  5. 5. 76,000,000 baby boomers are about to chant ‘downsize me’ in chorus, and the best way to get there right now may be right under our noses. Brad Kittle. Texas Home Builder Why Now?
  6. 6. Behind Baby Boomers, there is a new generation of younger buyers searching for and buying tiny homes across the country Why Now? TINY a documentary about home, and how we find it.
  7. 7. 10 year Google US search volume 2005 to 2015
  8. 8. Tiny Houses - Big Presence Total Google searches containing the term tiny house were 6,105,230 in 2014 a 340% increase over 2013 526,254 people subscribe to over 600 Tiny House channels on YouTube. 824,002 The number of exact matches for the search term Tiny House Video Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook searches for “Tiny House” reach an audience greater than 862,300 people every day. Over 1.1 million people like Tiny House Pages on Facebook Sources 1. Google Keyword Report 2. SEOmoz 3. Wordstream
  9. 9. “We sacrificed some space, to pay off our student loans live mortgage free and see the world.” The Tiny House Revolution The sky rocketing cost of housing and consumer interest in alternative living spaces has inspired a new generation of digital nomads
  10. 10. Can work from anywhere Don’t want to be locked into one location or one way of living Would rather spend their money on adventure and experiences, than mortgage interest Are capable and can build things themselves Digital Nomads
  11. 11. Priced out of the market
  12. 12. Think about it Source thetinylife.com
  13. 13. Best Selling Author, Dee William’s presents her tiny house story to 3800 people at the 2014 World Domination Summit. Influencers
  14. 14. Andrew and Gabriella Morrison Influencers
  15. 15. Home Size versus Household Size
  16. 16. 50s Homes US avg. 905 square feet The Past Revisited
  17. 17. Downsizing? Digital Nomads? Simplicity? No Mortgage?! Sustainability? How is this good for the economy? 
  18. 18. Tiny House Innovation Innovation inspires GE, LG, and Ikea to launch Tiny Home Products
  19. 19. Ikea aktiv
  20. 20. We need less space then we think Home Actual Use Studies
  21. 21. Tiny House Innovation Design inspiration on a 8 x 24’ trailer
  22. 22. Sources 1. LaTimes.com 2. census.gov 3. NAHB.org 4. nerdwallet.com
  23. 23. Sources 1. LaTimes.com 2. census.gov 3. NAHB.org 4. nerdwallet.com
  24. 24. Clean Tech Over 70,000 visitors tour energy independent student built tiny homes in cities like Washington DC and Irvine California as part of the Annual Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. 
  25. 25. Tiny homes can take advantage of solar and other green technologies that would be too expensive for a full-size home.
  26. 26. A high-quality small home is sealed making it more energy efficient and able to meet highest green building standards.
  27. 27. Why the Trailer Tiny Homes on Wheels = Freedom
  28. 28. Tiny homes have significant tax advantages, not considered a permanent residence. They do not need to meet the same code and permitting requirements as traditional construction.
  29. 29. They do not require a concrete pad and can be placed in rural locations. The average mobile home costs $5000 to transport to a new location, tiny homes can be pulled by a small truck
  30. 30. As a structure they are multi use and can be combined to create larger homes. They can be sold and shipped as a kit on their own trailer foundation.
  31. 31. The Craft Movement Top quality carpentry and finishes are part of the Tiny Home Look
  32. 32. Tiny Home Improvement Small decks hide wheels improve curb appeal Top quality finishes used in small spaces
  33. 33. Affordable Housing / Relief Housing KATRINA COTTAGE
  34. 34. Rehabilitating vacant urban lots with new communities Providing affordable housing solutions in rural areas
  35. 35. 20K HOUSE PROJECT RS20
  36. 36. Pre-Fab Options
  37. 37. Air Bnb Rentals BLUE MOON RISING
  38. 38. Tiny House Communities
  39. 39. Floating Homes
  40. 40. Boneyard Washington DC ABC News CNN Bloomberg Huffington Post USA Today CBS NewsFOX NPR Newsworthy
  41. 41. Tapping into the trend Supporting the movement
  42. 42. Events
  43. 43. Experiential Demos
  44. 44. The Connected Home 2020
  45. 45. The Tiny Home Advantage The homes are far smaller meaning that higher- quality materials can be used in their construction Tiny homes can take advantage of solar and other green technologies that would be too expensive for a full-size home A high-quality small home is sealed making it more energy efficient and able to meet highest green building standards Tiny homes have significant tax advantages, not considered a permanent residence They do not need to meet the same code and permitting requirements as traditional construction The average mobile home costs $5000 to transport to a new location, tiny homes can be pulled by a small truck They do not require a concrete pad and can be placed in rural locations Tiny homes can qualify for an RV loan that does not have the same restrictions as a home loan As a structure they are multi use and can be combined to create larger homes They can be sold and shipped as a kit on their own trailer foundation They can be converted to a permanent structure or placed on a floating platform
  46. 46. Resources & Photo Credits The Frug Tiny House Blog Arched Cabins Connect Homes Pad Tiny Homes Go-Logic Auburn Rural Studio Idea Box LVSeries Homes tinyhousetalk.com smallhousesociety.net tinyhouseblog.com tumbleweedhouses.com www.theshelterblog.com tinyhousegiantjourney.com relaxshacks.blogspot.com
  47. 47. The Tiny Revolution Thank you For more Information contact Brad Beckstrom www.thefrug.com/contact/

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