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Tiny homes created to fix homelessness

A Preston family business has come up with a tiny solution to fix homelessness. 

Jim Dimitrovski, from J & J Renovating Builders, and his family have created tiny homes, which they hope will solve the homeless issue.

Mr Dimitrovski told Ross and John the homes start at $45,000 and are designed to be put in people’s driveways. 

He believes tiny houses are the answer to the homeless crisis and wants to roll out hundreds across the state.

Listen below. 

 

For more details – tinyhouses.com.au

 

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