The Canadian Press

2015-12-13 | YEAR Alternative Housing

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With home prices soaring, some Canadians are turning to alternative styles of housing -- from really tiny homes to ones sandwiched into laneways. Canadian architect and tiny home expert Andy Thomson says many buyers prefer a pint-sized palace to a shoebox in a glass tower. (Currently, many Canadian cities have zoning rules that can make it challenging to build alternative styles of housing. But experts say those restrictive policies are likely to loosen as cities grapple with space constraints and affordability issues.)

Date: 2015-12-13
Placeline: TORONTO.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 8 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << everybody likes the idea of an independent detached private home that is their own in some nice place it's just the idea of home is really strong >>