Occupants of sustainable houses waste less, use less, and can live simply. Indeed, all manner of personal consumption becomes significantly reduced when a homeowner moves into a single-person dwelling.
But, in a race to squeeze a home into any crevice, single-person dwellings have been replaced by sustainable houses, or micro-homes, teensy-tiny abodes springing up in densely populated urban areas where real estate is at a premium.
As the Age of the McMansion dies off, are U.S. homebuyers ready for a wave of sustainable houses? Tell us in the comments.