- Real Estate
Times are tough, I saw homeless man buy cup of coffee for a dollar used an interact costing $1.50 and gave a tip of $1.50, is this guy a nut case. OH no, If you multiply that coffee price by a ½ million,that’s how middle class person would buy a house,
No wander middle class are becoming homeless.
North America’s obsession with big houses has lowered the consumer confidence of 2/3 of the population in the USA that can not afford housing, followed by most Canadians struggling over rentals. There is a greater separation of rich and poor, and 50% of us are single head of household. We are approaching 90 millions of baby boomers and third world competition. About 1/3 third of the world is homeless. Which may turn into the longest monetary emergency ever. North America, per capita, leaves the largest carbon foot print on the face of the earth. Much our saving is tiny Housing and its made out of paper Crete or adobe.
The Canadian Government and our team have worked on many innovative projects together. Many projects have been developed without taxpayers’ money. Our design aim to give most of the homeless a hand up rather than a handout. Our research shows that the homeless in B.C. has doubled every three years. Homeless people are greater in population than civil servants.
Activists claim that the government spends $60,000-$70,000 on shelter, services, medical and crime for each homeless person per year. Our concept can be paid for within 5 to 10 years. Tiny houses can serve most of the first time home buyers who cannot afford a house.
Canada by laws do not allow the homeless to set up tents anywhere at anytime, in the USA evey major city can. Can not enclose much detail online, yet can tell you we offer affordable housing to most anyone. The average welfare person sleeps in a 100 sq. ft, room. Our one unit is 150 sq. ft. and two units housing are equivalent to 300 sq. ft. Organized well for tiny appliances and pull-out furniture.
Economy: We charge no interest, no mortgage. Running cost are less is than 1/10 running cost of an average home. These cute and cozy homes have become more profitable for the owner. There will be very low taxes and insurance because it’s under trailer bylaws.