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Best Friends Effectively Sign Friendship Contract by Building a Row of Identical Tiny Houses

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The New York Times ran a trend piece earlier this year about the incredible phenomenon of groups friends who live in the same buildings (a phenomenon rivaled only by the one where people who are married also have roommates). Now, from Lighter Side of Real Estate, comes the actually interesting version of that story: a group of friends in Texas who like each other so much that they constructed a row of identical tiny houses in the middle of nowhere. The houses are, to be fair pretty cool, environmentally conscious, and cost only $40,000 apiece.

· Welcome To "Bestie Row": Lifelong Friends Build Row Of Tiny Houses In The Middle Of Nowhere [Lighter Side of Real Estate]