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Living large in Hawaii

Johnny Sanphillippo had a dream — to own his own home.  But, daunted by the housing prices in hometown San Francisco (and his salary as a housekeeper), he knew he had to come up with his own solution.

Read this Huffington Post article about how he managed to build a place he could call his own — without a mortgage.

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How low can you go?

In square footage, that is.  While we ponder the adventure that will be 2 people living in about 500 square feet, San Franciscans ponder suites of 220 square feet.

Now THAT’s incentive to simplify!

 

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