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The Tiny Project is moving to Austin (I need your help)!

Hi friends! I’m in need of your help! In a very quick turn of events (a woman, of course), I’ve decided to pack up and move the tiny house to Austin, TX. In order to get my tiny house out of it’s current (potentially soggy) spot before NorCal rainy season hits, I have to act fast. So, I’m looking for a place to park/live in Austin starting as early as November 1st. Please, please share this post with your friends and help me find a spot to call home for this next, big life adventure! I can’t do this alone! […]

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New Book! – Tiny House Parking: How to Find Land for Your Tiny House

Are you sold on the tiny house movement but still not sure where you would put yours? When it comes to building your own home, location is everything. No doubt, you’ve heard about someone being forced to move from their tiny house due to complaints by neighbors, zoning issues, or conflicts with landlords. The good news is that these kinds of issues can be minimized by finding the right piece of land for your tiny house. Whether you rent land, buy it, or trade your time or services, you need to lay out your exact requirements so you’ll know exactly […]

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Locating land for Tiny Houses and other parking options

By John Russell One of the most common questions I hear centers around where people can live in tiny houses legally. The challenge is that in many communities the definition of what qualifies as a residential home has been too tightly defined. For example, one of the things you’ll find are square footage minimums that define the smallest size a home can be, which can often be several hundred or thousand square feet. I personally think all these rules are insanity because who in their right mind could determine a fixed minimum house size for everyone in a community. If […]

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