It’s easy to complain about the size of base housing, the sparse square footage that BAH provides for off-base, and how that sectional sofa only ever fit that one house three duty stations ago, but what if you had to live in 100 square foot? One company in British Columbia, Canada, believes that their 100 sq ft prefabricated homes may help solve not only the world housing shortage, but also help combat the rising cost of housing. Estimating that their homes will cost between $20 and $90 per square foot, depending on the location in which they are built (South American countries such as Ecuador fall into the $20 range), the homes would cost as little as $2,000, and as much as $9,000. Oh, thrifty militaries unite! Would you go so far as to live in 100 sq ft to save money?