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The dream of homeownership has taken on a new meaning for many Americans struggling to afford traditional housing.

The latest Case-Shiller report indicated that home prices increased two to three times the rate of inflation across the U.S. Furthermore, renting reached an all-time high nationwide.

As more and more people buckle under the weight of mortgage and rental rates, alternative housing has become a liable option.

Specifically, tiny homes have piqued the interest of those wanting to ditch the picket fence and fat loan.

But how exactly affordable is a tiny home? In an article for Huffpost, Casey Bond highlights some factors that could determine the likeliness of moving into a home the size of a shed.

If you wanted to use a mortgage loan to finance a tiny home, unfortunately there is no way to appraise the property, according to Bond.

From the article:

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