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Kasita Is The Latest Tech-Focused Startup That Makes Tiny Houses Affordable

By Marissa Higgins

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions most of us will ever make. Thanks to the recent eco-friendly trend of "tiny houses," also known as micro-homes, the process of designing and purchasing your own home can be a whole lot simpler. Not to mention, a whole lot less expensive. That's where micro-housing startup Kasita comes in.

Often, when we think about designing our own home, one word comes into mind: Expensive. Between architects, construction, materials, the cost of land, and all the other variables one has to consider when building from scratch, home ownership can feel overwhelming and time-consuming. But if you're interested in owning your own home without the high-cost and high-stress, purchasing a micro-home might be exactly what you need. Jeff Wilson's Kasita creates modular homes that ring in at just about 320-square-feet.

 But don't let the small square footage scare you off; these little houses are packed with technology and design that make them durable and sleek.