A family of three is going tiny in McKinney, Texas, to spend more quality time together.
College student and West Virginia resident Skye wants to be able to pick up and move wherever her career takes her after graduation, so she's going tiny.
Dallas resident Richard downsizes to have more freedom to enjoy what he loves in life -- cycling and brewing homemade beer.
Civil engineer Charlie and his traveling nurse girlfriend Shenee spend all their time on the road for work and tire of living out of motels.
Sales support specialist Nancy is tired of cold Chicago winters and is seeking a tiny home in Sanford, Fla. to spend less time cleaning and more time enjoying the outdoors with her dog.
Brooklyn fashion stylist Alexandra is ready to ditch high New York rents and take her online clothing business mobile in her own tiny home on wheels.
Fort Collins, Colo. couple Natalie and Chris have decided to sell their three-bedroom home and move into a tiny house so they can enjoy more of what life has to offer, like exploring the outdoors and brewing their own beer.
Houston-based traveling musicians Rob and Anitra are tired of sleeping in hotels when they're on the road performing.
Bill and his wife, Jamie, move their family back to their home state of Michigan; Jamie wants a more manageable home to maintain and Bill commutes between two states for work, so they decide to go tiny.
Charleston, S.C., resident and future grad student Sarah seeks something tiny and portable so she can stop paying rent.
A young couple seeks a portable tiny home to escape the rising rent prices in Gilroy, Calif. and spend more time enjoying the outdoors.
Seattle couple Sarah and Jesse have grown to appreciate being minimalists after losing everything they owned in a fire.
New parents and San Diego residents Val and Deanna are ready to buy a new home, but student loans and high home costs have kept them from taking the leap.
With a big wedding to pay for and a military schedule that could move them from city to city regularly, expecting parents are biting the bullet and going tiny.
Santa Clarita, Calif. resident Eloisa has grown tired of maintaining her three-story home and has decided to dramatically downsize to an airy, cottage-style home.
MJ and Meri Sue recently moved to Austin, Texas and want to pay off their student loans and live debt-free, so they're going tiny and searching for a home around 200 square feet with room for them and their two small dogs.
Heather and Beau seek a home to raise their son in Topanga Canyon in the Santa Monica Mountains; she wants a bohemian-chic style; he wants a rustic cabin.
New York bed and breakfast owners bet the farm on going tiny; with their business booming, they look to move into a tiny home on their property while guests use their main farmhouse.
Aubree and Jordan want a tiny home with enough outdoor space for their animals and room for renovation.
Stephanie is building her own tiny house in St. Petersburg, Fla., which she'll live in as part of her senior thesis.
A bachelor looks for a tiny home in the country's most expensive housing market.
An empty nest couple in Frisco, Texas are looking to downsize due to frequent trips abroad, but they don't agree on just how far they should go.
Graduate student Hali feels the pressure of living in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the U.S.; to cut costs, she hopes to go tiny with a budget of $64,000.
Having lived tiny while teaching in South Korea, Wisconsin student Jeffrey wants to live tiny full time to escape a large mortgage; he hopes to land a job in a national park after graduation and wants something mobile.
Wade and Hodges decide to downsize by living and working on a boat and splitting their time between Charleston and the Caribbean; Wade wants a classic monohull while Hodges hopes for a catamaran.
Raul and Kim downsize their 2,000-square-foot house to live mortgage-free and spend more time with their three young children.
Andrew and Raquel of Delray Beach, Fla. try the minimalist approach; the couple heads to Memphis in hopes of finding a mobile tiny house they can park at home or take on the road; while Raquel prefers cottage chic, Andrew isn't so sure.
A single mother from Anderson, S.C., has already downsized from a large home into a smaller apartment and is prepared to go further to show her teenagers the benefits of living tiny.
Outdoor enthusiasts plan to downsize and build their own tiny house in Fraser, Colo., with a large bathroom.
A woman hopes to offset the pricey housing market in Austin, Texas, by finding a mobile tiny home, that will also give her the freedom to travel.
A couple from Vancouver, Wash., want to find a tiny home with room for activities, an 80-pound dog, and two separate sleeping spaces.
A cancer survivor and her husband want to live life to the fullest by downsizing to a tiny house in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Hoping for more financial freedom, a Colorado native plans to move to Austin, Texas, to start a new life.
A couple wants to move into a tiny home in Elgin, Ill., with their new baby, so they can start their new life debt free.
Hoping to gain financial freedom, animal lovers want to find something with two separate sleeping areas, and room for their animal collection.
Parents want to find a moveable house with space for their large family, so they can travel the country.
A couple who want to make traveling a permanent part of their lives search for the perfect tiny house on wheels.
A couple give away most of their possessions and shop for the perfect $30,000 dream home in Kansas City, Missouri.
Two Oregon artists plan to give up their 3,000-square-foot home in Portland and find something tiny outside the city; Murf desires a minimalist cabin, while Courtney requires space for her art and wants to keep some of the comforts of home.
A kindergarten teacher who wants the freedom to move and the security of home ownership hunts for a tiny house on wheels in Ventura, California.
Glass makers sell their 3,000-square-foot New York residence and search for a tiny home in Asheville, N.C., with enough space for two dogs and a separate building that can become an art studio.
A Colorado Springs, Colo., couple seek a tiny home that will give them the freedom to travel yet still have plenty of room for their three family pets.
Nebraska couple Carson and Mel look for a tiny home that can be moved from state to state, but Mel desires some amenities of a larger home such as a full kitchen and space for their 75-pound dog.
A musician chooses to downsize his estate for a tiny house in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he hopes to focus on his music.
A woman sells her restaurant in San Diego and moves to Asheville, N.C., in search of a modern tiny home with enough space to entertain.
A family of six has decided to downsize their house, and find a tiny house in Monterey, Calif., where each person has their own private space.
With her children grown, a mother wants to simplify her life and travel, so she searches for a mobile modern cottage.
A Colorado couple wants to find a tiny mountain retreat in the Denver area, that is close to hiking and skiing.
A couple from Charleston, S.C., want to find a tiny home with enough space for themselves and two dogs.
A woman is hoping to simplify her life in Seattle, by finding a mobile home that will not tie her down.
A newly single man from San Diego wants to find a rustic cabin on wheels with solar panels and a composting toilet.
A teacher from Massachusetts wants to find a tiny home with indoor plumbing that is close to his work.
With her children grown, an artist is ready to downsize from her empty nest to a manageable 200-square foot tiny house.
A youth pastor and his wife want to find a small home with land without over-extending themselves financially.
A photographer wants to build himself a tiny house that he can park on his parents' property while keeping under a budget of $25,000.
A family wants to find a small house that can handle their growing family without breaking the bank in Nampa, Idaho.
After selling her tiny house in Alaska, dog trainer and biologist Heather is moving back home to Buffalo, NY to be close to her family and is in the market for a new tiny house.
Hoping to travel the world with his young daughter, a single dad wants to go tiny so he can afford it.
A newly single woman wants to start over with a place of her own, no larger than 300 square feet in Ojai, Calif.
A woman wants to buy a house, but with her student loans, she has decided to find a tiny place with all of the modern conveniences.
A family of four wants to downsize to a tiny, mobile home that they can own outright, but will also accommodate them.
A single man wants to find a micro mancave that is easy to care for and close to his job in Columbus, Ohio.
After relocating to Escondido, Calif., a couple wants to purchase a tiny house in order to stay debt-free.
A traveling nurse wants to find a mobile tiny house that can move with her for job assignments across the country.
After selling her dream home, an artist wants to find a house that is less than 400 square feet and is on wheels.
Newlyweds want to buy a tiny house and install it in their parents' backyard in Carmel Valley, Calif.
A recent retiree wants to trade in her Colorado townhouse for a tiny home on the Big Island of Hawaii.
A recently engaged couple wants to find a tiny home that can travel wherever their careers may take them.
A firefighter hopes to simplify her life by downsizing into a portable less-than-300 square foot home.
Pear farmers build a custom home on their orchard that will fit a plot that does not disrupt their trees.
A family plans to leave Los Angeles for a tiny home in rural upstate New York, budgeting 100 square feet per person.
A sound healer wants to find a tiny home that suits her quirky personality, but does so without being impractical.
Newlyweds want to find a tiny house on a large, secluded plot of land, but they have differing ideas of how much to downsize.