Jeff and Melany have three young daughters, and a determination to go tiny and live sustainably in Omaha, Nebraska.
Tampa Bay area couple Joel and Kelly want to cut costs by going tiny so Kelly can stay at home with their 8 year old daughter Lola.
Calvin and Brandon are recent college graduates in Minneapolis, they know a tiny home will help them economize, but differing opinions on mobile vs. a permanent home might derail their tiny plans.
Susan, Darryl and son Cooper balance their time between the outdoor life they love in Montana and sailing on their boat in Mexico; in order to continue enjoying the best of both worlds the family needs to spend less by going Tiny in Polson.
Rebecca, an adventurous go-getter, hunts for a tiny home in Omaha, Neb., to help simplify her busy life; after working in finance in New York and London, she launches her own company and looks to plant roots back in her hometown.
Mexican-born Hayde and her boyfriend Don are buying a tiny home together in downtown Boulder.
Reggie is an engineer in Seattle with a passion for music looking for a tiny home in New Orleans.
Austin is the city for Sarah and Albert but their high mortgage payments need to go, so they're on the hunt for a budget friendly tiny Texas home.
Newlyweds Britt and Travis have a passion for travel but they still need a home base so they're hoping to find a low maintenance tiny home that has all the creature comforts they crave.
Greg, Heather and their two kids, all big-time outdoor enthusiasts, want a tiny getaway home where they can unwind, unplug, explore and enjoy each other's company.
Brian and Sarah want to leave behind all the work that goes along with having a 4,000-square-foot home so they can spend more time with their three young boys.
Outdoor lovers Ben and Dylan are looking for a tiny home on the range outside of Billings in rural Mont.; Ben wants a mobile abode so the couple can move one day without moving out, while Dylan is all about planting roots.
A busy single mother and her boyfriend, a smoke jumper, hunt for a tiny retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii.
A recently married couple seek a tiny home in Portland, Ore., where they can begin their new life together.
Newlyweds and professional cooks Nash and Sophie purchase a tiny home on wheels in order to have the ability to pull up stakes should an opportunity arise.
Emily and Julian get the help of local real estate agent to find a tiny, mobile home that they can plunk in their backyard while they rent out their main house.
It's time for Gregorie and Christopher to buy their first home together. They're willing to trade space for a downtown location in an exciting neighborhood.
Caitlin's plan is to downsize and consolidate her living space and studio space into a single tiny space, hoping to find something that's both practical and inspiring.
Jared and Lindsay realized that too much house space was keeping them in debt and stressed out; they are committed to finding their very own tiny house.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Addison's life recently entered completely new territory; motherhood. She's chosen now, while her baby boy is young, as the time to make the move from staying with family to finding her own tiny place.
Eric and Cami own a home in Spokane, and are in the middle of building a dream life, but they need a second home in Huntsville.
Rachel and Josh are ready to put down some roots in sunny San Diego. They're focusing their search on San Diego's well known Craftsman Houses.
Chris and Maggie are ready to try something they've never done before, live with each other.
A proud resident of the Pacific Northwest thinks he's got what it takes to live in 300 square feet or less, but doesn't want to bite off more tiny than he can chew.
Anthony and Angela miss the hustle and bustle of their overseas lives, and they hope to find the vibrant equivalent in the heart of Beantown.
Cody and Karen met in Hawaii and have found themselves looking to go tiny in San Francisco with an outdoor space for their two dogs.
Eric and Anna are two Generation Y-ers in Seattle, Washington and they're ready to take the tiny plunge.
With three teenagers in the house, Joe and Sheri live a hectic life of sports, homework and family meals, but they'll be empty nesters soon, and it's motivating them to look tiny.
Bianca and Sara are house hunting and planning their wedding, at the same time. To stay in one of the trendy and pricey San Diego neighborhoods they love, they're going tiny.
Kathlyn and her husband Lincoln saved enough money to buy their dream house, but it turns out that they actually miss living on top of each other.
Jeff has decided to hunt for a tiny getaway in Honolulu, where he loves the laid-back lifestyle and already has a community of friends.
Nikki and Tomislav are ready to reestablish their roots and agree that going tiny will allow them to live downtown and explore the city.
Jake and Emmy are in the market for a tiny home in their beloved Portland where they can truly begin their married lives.
Jenn and her boyfriend are hunting for a tiny retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii; they know the perfect tiny getaway in Kona, a place they both love, will give them somewhere to relax and reconnect.
Drew Smith, a Navy doctor, and his wife, Libby, look for a 700-square-foot craftsman home in the historic streetcar neighborhood of North Park.
Angela spends eight months a year living on a sleeper bus and now she wants to spend her rock and roll money on a tiny home she can call her own.
Andrew and Connie are living in Hawaii and after sampling life in the 50th state for 10 years, they've decided to find a secluded tiny home in the jungles of the Big Island, where they can enjoy their surroundings with clothes on or off.
Kendra is a successful dancer who travels the world performing in blockbuster theater productions, but when it comes to investing in a tiny home base, Chicago is where her heart is.
Nash and Sophie are newlyweds and professional cooks and have decided to buy a tiny home on wheels from a builder in Nampa, Idaho, who specializes in trailable, tiny houses.
Lead singer and guitarist, Lauren Stovall, would love to buy and park a tiny home in the mountains outside of town instead of always having to crash on friends' couches.
At the age of 30, Jon is ready to buy his first home, but the problem is that Honolulu real estate is ridiculously expensive; Jon's got his sights set on a tiny bachelor pad, long on style, light on price.
Carleigh and Kevin are determined to be close to the beach, and are willing to go tiny to make that happen.
Elisabeth McKetta and her husband James Stead know they want to buy a tiny house but they each want one for completely different reasons.
Keith and Rob discovered how much they love California's wine country, and have decided to move permanently into a tiny home.
Maura and Scott have always thrived on the art scene and energy of New York City, but wish to move.
Risk-taking newlyweds are ready to take on one of their biggest adventures yet, investing in a tiny home.
Jenna and Scott are buying their first place together and although they agree that limiting their lifestyle to a five hundred square foot space will allow them to live life to the fullest, that's where the harmony ends.
Austin residents Michael and Beth want to keep their financial commitments low so they are able to wander the world as they please.
Jasen and Eric are a married couple with family roots in quiet Long Island, but a passion for the Manhattan lifestyle; they want to keep their home on the Island, and buy an affordable tiny space in the city.
Alan and Ann want to buy a super off-the-grid tiny home with all the modern conveniences and have it barged out to an island.
With help from his friend Audrey, a row home owner herself, Eric Meyer's hunt for a budget-friendly B'more Bachelor pad is on.
Virginia and Debbie's plan is to keep the family home in the `burbs, and buy a tiny getaway spot as close to the beach as their modest budget allows.
Carol and Rob plan to move to Seattle when Carol's daughter heads off to college and they want a tiny home in or around La Conner.
Shauna and Justin both want to keep their first house simple; Justin wants to cut ties with dry land and live on a boat in Charleston Harbo and Shauna's not ready to jump aboard with that plan.
Alice decided to ditch her regular-sized apartment, along with most of her belongings, and opt for a tiny house.
Sara and Andy started out as roommates but their friendship blossomed into romance. Now, they're finally ready to invest in a place of their own, and with a modest budget, they have their hearts set on going tiny.
John and Sarah have become tiny house enthusiasts and want to teach their daughter the principles of simple living but local laws prohibit long-term living in tiny houses.
Mickey and Catalina are hoping to find a home that's close to their favorite hiking trail, has enough yard space for their beloved dog, and has a great design aesthetic.
Matthew has decided to go tiny and with the help of his brother, he's enlisted sisters Lila, an architectural designer, and Jenny, a real estate agent, to help him find the perfect pad.
Celine and her wife Jac are getting tired of the constant upkeep and maintenance that their traditional 1920s home demands, so they've decided to go tiny.
Cathy tells her partner Andy that she's ready to downsize from their twenty-six hundred square foot lives in Pennsylvania into a tiny Cape Cod cottage near the beach, but much to Andy's dismay, she's having trouble walking the talk.
To make Erin and Lindsey's dream affordable, they're looking at a new community of state of the art tiny homes.
Jason is looking to trade in his comfortable one bedroom Seattle apartment for a tiny floating bachelor pad.
Empty nesters Glen and Lawson are looking for the perfect, tiny beachside getaway for themselves and their family; finding a tiny beach bungalow that accommodates seven and fulfills the other items on their wish list will be quite the challenge.
Eric Cavizo, an eccentric barbershop owner wants to buy his very first home that he can share with his seven-year-old son, Kaden; Eric is having a tough time trimming down his options.
Jacqueline and her husband David want to raise their growing family in the city they love, but buying a tiny space is an all out survival tactic.
Gus and Kyle crave a tiny, vacation home along the shores of Lake Superior in Northern Wisconsin, where they can escape their hectic lifestyle to enjoy the natural surroundings and quality time with each other.
Partners in business and in life, Virginia and Debbie manage vacation properties; with their children nearing adulthood, Virginia and Debbie want to keep the family home in the suburbs and buy a tiny getaway close to the beach.
Not only is Addison a new mom, but she's also juggling a full schedule; she's chosen now, to find her own tiny place.
Caitlin has new plans to downsize and consolidate into a single tiny space; she hopes to find something both practical and inspiring.
After 7 years of marriage, Cody and Karen find themselves looking to go tiny in San Francisco and committing to the idea of living with a smaller footprint.
Rachel and Josh are new parents and have decided that it's time to put down some roots in sunny San Diego.
Joe and Sheri hope to find a place that will work today as a retreat for their family of five, and then as a permanent home for the two in the future.
Anthony and Angela return to the United States after living in Okinawa, Japan, for a while; they try to find a small place in Boston.
Nikki and Tomislav want to go tiny in order to live downtown and explore the city, but they don't see eye to eye on the budget and size for their new digs.
Chris and Maggie prepare to try something they've never done before -- live with each other; Chris' mom, a realtor, leads the search for a tiny starter home.
Angela spends eight months a year living on a sleeper bus; she wants to spend her rock 'n' roll money on a tiny home she can call her own.
After living in a 400-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment for 10 years, Kathlyn and her husband Lincoln save enough money to buy their dream house, but they discover they actually miss living on top of each other.
Carleigh and Kevin are getting ready to buy their first home and welcome their first child; they're determined to be close to the beach, and are willing to go tiny to make that happen.
It's time for Gregoire and Christopher to buy their first home together.
Jared and Lindsay found too much house space was keeping them in debt and stressed out; they are committed to finding their own tiny house.
Emily and Julian set out to find a tiny, mobile home that they can plunk in their backyard while they rent out the main house.
Eric and Anna, two Generation Y-ers in Seattle, get ready to take the tiny plunge in the hopes of finding a tiny city dwelling in a natural setting.
Now engaged, Bianca and Sara hunt for a house and plan their wedding at the same time; the couple go tiny to stay in one of the trendy and pricey San Diego neighborhoods they love.
Eric and Cami need a second home in Huntsville.
Soon-to-be empty-nesters Joe and Sheri hope to find a tiny home that will work as a family retreat for five in the short term, but also serve as a permanent residence for the two when the kids fly the coop.
Eric Meyer enlists the help from his friend Audrey to hunt for a budget-friendly Baltimore bachelor pad.
Cathy tells her partner Andy that she's ready to downsize, but she's having trouble walking the talk; when things get real, Cathy wants to take a wrecking ball to every space she sees in order to make it bigger.
Celine and her wife Jac invest in tiny rental real estate but start wondering if they would be happier trading in their beautiful 3,000-square-foot home for a tiny year-round place of their own.
Elisabeth McKetta and her husband James Stead know they want to by a tiny house but they each want one for completely different reasons.
Matthew is tired of couch surfing; having decided to go tiny, Matthew enlisted sisters Lila, an architect, and Jenny, a real estate agent, to help him find the perfect pad.
Outdoor sports fanatics Erin and Lindsey pick Lindsey's hometown of Jackson Hole, Wyo., for their first home purchase; to make their dream affordable, they look at a new community of state-of-the-art tiny homes.
Free spirits Andrew and Connie decide to find a secluded tiny home in the jungles of Hawaii's Big Island.
Jeff, a busy flight attendant who spends most of his time in the air, lives out of a suitcase; having developed an appreciation for living with the basics, Jeff decides to hunt for a tiny getaway in Honolulu, where he loves the laid-back lifestyle.
Ready to buy his first home, Jon realizes that Honolulu has prohibitively-expensive real estate, so he sets his sights on a tiny house.
Alan and Ann start building a cargo container, but after too many project delays, they have nothing to show for their effort; they fall back on a plan to buy an off-the-grid tiny home with all the modern conveniences.
Tiny Home Hunters, Carol and Rob, plan to move to Seattle when Carol's daughter heads off to college.
Glen and Lawson look for the perfect, tiny beachside getaway for themselves and their family; with five adult kids and two dogs in tow, finding a tiny beach bungalow proves to be challenging.
When Keith and Rob discover how much they love California's wine country, they decide to buy a tiny home in San Francisco.
Two modern American nomads devise an inventive plan to keep their financial commitments low and their flexibility high so they can wander the world as they please.
Musician Lauren Stovall of Colorado bluegrass band The Railsplitters seeks a tiny home to park near the mountains.