These 10 tiny homes in a Florida village are available to buy for under $85,000 as demand grows for efficient living away from dense major cities

Escape Homes offers more flexibility for employees who no longer have to live and work near shuttered company offices.
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The small developer Escape Homes has just opened a small home village in Tampa, Florida.
The 10 eco-friendly little houses cost less than $ 85,000 and come with full kitchens and decent accommodations for working from home.
With American companies continuing to follow guidelines for working from home in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, employees no longer have to be tied to geographic locations to be close to offices.
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The COVID 19 pandemic increases Americans' attitudes to home buying.
Some are grabbing suburban homes that have remained untouched in the market for hundreds of days as they flee from dense cities. But others may turn to smaller homes given the economic turmoil triggered by the pandemic.
Wisconsin-based small house builder Escape Homes meets this demand by building a small house village in Tampa, Florida, which happens to be the second most popular in the United States for tiny life.
Tampa Bay Village debuted last month and its 10 eco-efficient small houses range between $ 47,550 and $ 82,500 and can be bought.
This is how it looks.
Home buyers can choose from a handful of designs at Tampa Bay Village, Florida.
The Tampa Bay Village in Florida.
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The homes are less than an hour from Orlando and Sarasota on park-like grounds with various outdoor living areas.
The Boho XL Wide option costs $ 47,550 and has a walk-in queen-size bed and a large bathroom with a bathtub.
The Vista Boho XL Wide.
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With a financing plan, that's $ 465 a month.
There's the Traveler XL, which costs $ 78,500, with a wide version for $ 82,500.
The Traveler XL.
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Monthly funding could only be $ 582.
And then there's the Escape One XL for $ 69,800 that can accommodate up to eight people.
The Escape One XL.
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Business Insider's Brittany Chang previously reported that the One XL model is a Japanese-inspired small loft-style house and is one of the company's most popular designs.
The Escape One XL Wide, a larger version, has a monthly funding plan of $ 685.
The Escape One XL.
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Source: Escape Homes
All houses are equipped with fully equipped kitchens and working bathrooms.
The inside of one of the tiny houses.
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According to the company, they are also equipped with highly efficient insulation and air conditioning options.
The inside of one of the tiny houses.
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The tiny home movement has been in full swing for years, but the pandemic and subsequent economic consequences can lead to an increase in interest.
The inside of one of the tiny houses.
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Source: broker
Living in a tiny house isn't always glamorous, but it can be cheaper, more sustainable, and more efficient.
The inside of one of the tiny houses.
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Source: Insider
As employees continue to adapt to a distant future of work, there is no need to be physically close to offices.
The inside of a tiny house.
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Many can live and work where they at least decide for the near future.
This is Escape's second tiny housing development, the first in Wisconsin.
The Escape One XL.
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The client also has a number of its models available as rental equipment from Airbnb across the country.
The Escape One XL.
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Many are in California, New York and Colorado.
For example, a Traveler XL in Silicon Valley costs $ 115 a night, but is currently unavailable.
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