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Some say bigger may be better, but in the wake of the real estate bust, a small but growing number of Americans are now buying or building tiny houses. Ranging from sixty-five to one-thousand square-feet, and with a price tag of $40 - $50,000, miniature homes have become a cost-effective way to live.

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