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The Best of Both Worlds: A Smaller CCRC Unit Can Be a Big Win

In the past century, our country has witnessed a migration from the close quarters of the big city to the more spacious suburbs. For those with the financial means (and in most cases, an automobile), those larger suburban land parcels were able to accommodate bigger homes, eventually bringing us to the era of the so-called “McMansion” neighborhood, featuring street after street of palatial homes.

Interestingly though, we now are beginning to see a bit of a backlash to those massive houses as the “tiny house” architectural and social movement grows in popularity. Touting a “less is more” philosophy, the tiny house movement advocates for downsizing (sometimes dramatically) and living a simpler life. Tiny houses rarely exceed 500 square feet and can be as small as 100 square feet.

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