Americans turn to smaller homes

Growing number of Americans are downsizing their costs and lives because of hard economic times.

    From giant rural homes to tiny houses, some Americans have been downsizing their costs and lives because of hard economic times.

    The growing trend to move into smaller homes is seen as a way to free up resources to inject more funds into education and healthcare.

    Rob Reynolds reports from California.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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