It's a widely held understanding that many millennials will never be able to afford a house - but one woman is trying her best to dismiss that as just a myth, through her tiny home business.
The tiny house concept has been taking the world by storm for the better part of the last decade. The design offers a small, practical space that provides all the features of a home, at a quarter of the size.
In 2016, Gina Stevens designed and built her own tiny house with brother-in-law Jason.
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Her whole family helped - and they soon realised there was a huge demand and market for the houses, so they decided to go into business together.
The houses the Stevens' company, Build Tiny, sell mean owning a home doesn't have to be a distant dream for young adults - with their most basic design costing just $60,000.
That's what you can get for an empty shell you fit out yourself, and for double that you can get a house with all the bells and whistles; cabinetry, appliances, the whole shebang.
The entire home fits on a sturdy steel trailer, so you can easily move your house from place-to-place.
Ms Stevens' company offer two types of tiny houses: a 'Boomer' house, and a 'Millennial' house. The latter comes with an office - but otherwise, they are reasonably similar.
Tiny homes come with a freshwater inlet and a grey water outlet which are designed for on-grid living. Their environmentally friendly composting toilets eliminate black water, meaning only grey water requires treatment and disposal.