Housing costs that outpace income are the expected reality in places like New York, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area. But a lack of affordable housing affects people well beyond the coasts, too. One example? Small town Arizona. According to a recent story over at CityLab, Vail, Arizona, a town of around 10,000 people outside of Tucson, has started building a community of tiny homes for school teachers who can’t afford to buy a house in the area.