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At Morar Primeiro, independence is also the , though they get there a bit differently. Instead of tiny homes, the nonprofit purchases apartment buildings and houses where families can live. For the first six months the tenants are for paying the water and electricity bills. In the next six months they add on 150 Brazilian reais ($31) in rent and in the second year 150 Brazilian reais ($31) in HOA fees. The idea is the tenants take over all the bills and the place where they live their permanent home.(Excerpt from 'A tiny house gives them hope: How a homeless family in Brazil got a fresh start’, npr.org, 2023)

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