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There is no Next Episode of Tiny House Hunters planned.
A growing family of five decide to go tiny in Fullerton, Cal., where they search for a moveable house with separate sleeping spaces for the kids and a full bathroom as they prepare to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
A mother and daughter who love animals are hoping to simplify their lives and gain financial freedom when they seek a tiny house in Woodinville, Wash. Their wish list on a budget of $50,000 includes separate sleeping areas and enough space for two dogs, a bearded dragon and a guinea pig.
Illinois parents decide to go tiny for their first family home, thinking this is the perfect way to start their lives debt-free by avoiding a large mortgage and recapturing the simple lifestyle of India.
A Texas transplant goes tiny for a steampunk-style home on wheels in Austin, where she's beginning a new career as an esthetician. But her search finds her struggling to compromise when it comes to such comforts as a full kitchen and bathtub.
A Winston-Salem, N.C., couple hope to live life to the fullest by going tiny.
A Vancouver, Wash., couple want to start over in a tiny home with their son.
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.
Raul and Kim downsize their 2,000-square-foot house to live mortgage-free and spend more time with their three young children.
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.
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.
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.