Monday, October 13, 2014

Tiny Houses for the Homeless


Pastor Bryant believes that the public should shoulder the burden to house the homeless, but that it is also a special calling for people of faith, who stepped in with contributions and labor to build the village. Conventional development of low-income housing costs on average about $200,000 per unit.  They are a little larger, of course, and they have indoor plumbing, electricity.  But all the little houses here, all thirty of them added together cost less than half of one federally funded unit, and they didn’t cost taxpayers a single dime.

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