Tiny House Builders Are Taking Home More Than They Cost

Construction is underway on a house in the Netherlands, where builders are taking home more than they cost to build.

The tiny house house construction industry has seen a boom since the government relaxed its laws to allow for the construction of homes on the open landscape in 2012.

A government official said the Dutch government was “very optimistic” that this new law would spur growth in the industry. 

Tiny houses are built with tiny spaces.

They use no construction materials and can be built by people who can’t afford to build homes in the traditional style.

They have no walls and no doors, meaning no one has to worry about pest control or building code violations. 

The construction industry employs about 20,000 people in the country. 

“The Dutch government is very optimistic,” said Rijn Vos, an executive director at the Amsterdam-based Netherlands Institute of Design. 

Mr. Vos told the Associated Press that the government was considering making tiny houses legal and that it was working with developers to find ways to encourage people to build them.

The law has not yet been implemented in the United States. 

Construction of tiny houses in the U.S. has been slow.

The first tiny houses were constructed in 2008.

The construction industry, like the construction industry elsewhere, has been experiencing an uptick in new projects in recent years, said Paul Reiser, chief executive of the Construction Industry Association of America. 

This latest law allows for tiny houses to be built anywhere that is green, he said.

“We’re seeing a lot of tiny house construction going on in the region, and we are hopeful that we will see more tiny houses built over the next few years,” Mr. Reiser said. 

According to data from the U, the U-Haul is building more than 1.6 million tiny houses over the last year.

The company has also been expanding its business in the tiny house industry by providing custom builds for its own clients.

In December, it expanded its footprint in North Carolina, opening a shop in Raleigh, which is home to many of the U Hauls largest clients. 

In the Netherlands it’s already happening.

Dutch developer Mølton-Kommento is the first to offer its own custom builds on the tiny home market.

The firm has sold 1,000 houses to builders in the last few years. 

Mølston-Koma plans to open another shop in North Dakota this month. 

But that’s not the only place to be seeing a boom in tiny house projects.

Tiny house builder and builder of small homes, Christian Bökse, is expanding his tiny house business to include the Dutch island of Zeebrugge. 

He has already built a small house there, a house he calls “a masterpiece of a home.” 

“It’s a masterpiece of design,” he said in an interview.

“It’s built in such a way that it will take up the space of a house, and the space is so small, that you can walk through it.

It’s so beautiful. 

A lot of people who are building tiny houses, they’re looking to do it on a Dutch island.” 

The Dutch island Zeebung is home mostly to Dutch immigrants, and many Dutch are enthusiastic about the new law, said Mr Møtke van der Kolk, a designer in Zeebo. 

When it was created in 2014, the law allowed for the building of a single-family house.

The government changed the law this year to allow two-family houses as well. 

Zees builder said that it is not unusual for Dutch residents to be skeptical of tiny homes. 

“[They] don’t want the idea of an apartment, because it doesn’t fit,” Mr Møkse said.

But Mr van der Dolk says the law is good for the country, and it is good news for the Dutch economy. 

For his project, Mr Mokse built a house with a garage. 

His team built the house in two weeks using materials from a local factory.

The house was complete by the end of March, he told the AP. 

As he was working on his tiny home, Mr. Mokke noticed a neighbor was building a small garden on the side of the house. 

At first, the neighbors didn’t like the idea.

“But when they saw how beautiful it was, they thought, ‘OK, we’ll do it,'” he said, adding that he was “delighted” by the response. 

There are no plans to expand into other islands.

But Mr van der Moksel believes he has enough room to build on Zeebi. 

After all, he added, he already has his own home, which he hopes will attract some Dutch neighbors. 

While the tiny houses are a new development, there are already a lot more tiny