Rutgers students conduct study on tiny home movement

February 27, 2015

Small living quarters are making a big splash in the housing market, according to a study conducted by four Rutgers graduate students on the tiny house movement sweeping certain regions of the U.S. Graduate students in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy conducted online surveys and interacted with people at tiny house meet-ups in order to gather data on homeowner demographics and different motivations behind living small.

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