Have you been thinking of getting away this year? Living simply in a little house? If so, you're not alone. Tiny homes in Canada are the latest real estate trend for this year out on the east coast and people are looking to buy. Searches for the cute and compact living spaces there have increased so much compared to 2019.\nTrends data provider SEMrush shared with Narcity its info on all the ways that the Canadian real estate market has changed over the last six to 12 months.\nBased on online searches, SEMrush said that Canadians are increasingly looking for all different kinds of housing but one type really stands out even though it's not big.\nIn Atlantic Canada, the searches for tiny homes for sale have skyrocketed when compared to last year.\nAccording to the data, people in Nova Scotia looked up "tiny homes for sale" so much that there was a 733% increase in interest from January to April 2020 compared to January to April 2019.\nThere was a 467% increase in New Brunswick and a 200% one in P.E.I. during that same time.\nSo, people out east must really want to downsize and start living tiny!\nView this post on Instagram How awesome would it be to live in this #tinyhome? Like if you agree! 🏡 👉Follow @totallytinyhomes terrific tiny homes! 👉Follow @totallytinyhomes terrific tiny homes! 🏠 📸 Credit @life_done_simple 🏡 Use the hashtag #totallytinyhomes in your posts to be featured on the page 🏠 #tinyhomenz #tinyhomejournal #tinyhometour #tinyhomeplans #tinyhometrailer #tinyhomezalfa #tinyhomebus #tinyhomebuilding #tinyhomeinteriors #tinyhomeuk #tinyhomedesigns #tinyhomejamboree #tinyhomestorage #tinyhomevillage #tinyhomecanada #tinyhomesuk #tinyhomekitchen #tinyhometuesday #tinyhomesofinstagram #tinyhomeaustralia #tinyhometours #tinyhomeforsale #tinyhomebigliving #tinyhomesofmaine #tinyhomecommunity #tinyhomesireland #tinyhomesmovement #tinyhomeonewheels A post shared by Totally Tiny Homes (@totallytinyhomes) on Jun 2, 2020 at 12:29am PDT\nAcross Canada, the average searches for "tiny homes for sale" has increased by 55% since January of this year.\nThat's only a few percent lower than searches for full-sized houses for sale which came in at 58%.\nView this post on Instagram This lovely tiny house features a front wall that's completely made of windows and makes extensive use of wood colors throughout for a warm, inviting feel. thlist.co/ig for more photos and to contact the owner if interested. . . #tinyhouse #tinyhousemovement #tinyhouseliving #tinyhouses #tinyhouseonwheels #tinyhousebuild #tinyhouselife #tinyhousedesign #tinyhouseconstruction #tinyhousenovascotia #tinyhousetrailer #tinyhousefamilies #tinyhouseexperts #tinyhousefoundation #tinyhousebuilding #tinyhousebuilder #tinyhouseswoon A post shared by Tiny House Listings (@tinyhouselistings) on Jun 24, 2020 at 5:00am PDT\n"The real estate market in Canada—and globally—is constantly shifting," said Eugene Levin, chief strategy officer for SEMrush.\nWhile tiny homes are trendy out east, cottages reign supreme when it comes to Canada-wide trends this year.\nSearches for cottages that are for sale across the country increased by 200% since January 2020.\nMeanwhile, there was only a 14% increase for apartments and an 8% increase for condos.\nAt the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians were told to stay away from their cottages to prevent spreading the virus and straining health systems in smaller communities.