‘Twitter Housing’, so called because of their micro-dimensions is being considered across the country. In San Jose, 220-square foot units are already allowed. In San Francisco the matter has been shelved and the matter revisited in November.These pint-sized apartments are being experimented with in such urban areas like New York City, Boston, Chicago and Seattle. Further a field they have long been part of the housing scene in cities like Paris, Tokyo, Singapore and now even London.Experts consider twitter housing as a logical solution and an essential response in an exorbitantly priced housing environment.
Tenants’ rights advocates argue that the need of the hour is affordable family housing and these ping-pong-table sized apartments are far from family friendly. But proponents argue that these minisculze-studio apartments are ideal for a growing number of residents who live by themselves.Rick Smith of Santa Clara is a realtor who helps new arrivals buy housing in the Bay Area and existing residents sell their properties. He also provides full-service property management services for residential and commercial rental properties. Rick Smith ensures that vacancies are contained to the minimum and that rentals are at their highest. He establishes a good rapport with tenants so that the landlord is never saddled with issues.Rick Smith can be contacted at 408.482.0539 for all real-estate services including foreclosure avoidance, short sales and property management services. Click on http://www.buyshortsalehomes.net/ for further details.