For This Texas Town, Tiny Houses May Signal a Return to Relevance For decades, jobs left Spur, Texas, and many of the people followed. But an out-of-the-box idea to become the tiny house capital of America and draw in newcomers may change the tide. Read more here: nbcnews.com
Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Amount Financed (Min – Max) Term (Max Months) Score 720+ Score 675 – 719 Score 650 – 674 Score < 650 $25,000 – $80,000 * 180 9.99% 11.99% N/A N/A $15,000 – $80,000 * 144 8.99% 10.99% 14.99% N/A $7,500 – $50,000 * 120 8.49% 9.49% […]
Here’s a video tour of a tiny home we built and delivered last year. It is unique in several ways, it is on skids instead of a trailer, it features reclaimed heirlooms, and has a beautiful kitchen area with live edge counters. Watch it and let us know what you think!
The United Tiny House Association and Georgia Tiny House Festival LLC, originally the Georgia Tiny House Association, was founded in 2015 by John and Fin Kernohan as an organization for the advocacy and support of the tiny house movement and for those individuals either living the tiny house dream, desiring to start their own tiny […]
Tiny House Building Codes: Top 5 Myths BUSTED It’s been a while since I did a post about how owners of tiny houses deal with building codes, but coding questions come up often. There’s more regulation on tiny houses and dwellings than you may think. In fact, understanding building codes, zoning, and regulation is one […]
“Accessory dwelling unit” is a technical term for a granny flat, in-law unit, or other supplementary residence. Photo courtesyCover Amid a profound housing shortage that’s driving up rents and property values statewide, California officials and real estate experts are looking to an often overlooked form of housing as a potential solution: the in-law unit. Thousands of Angelenos [...]
Tiny house zoning regulations: What you need to know, States with flexible building codes or zoning regulations
Despite the growing enthusiasm for tiny houses, it still isn’t easy to legally build them for full-time use. Zoning laws and building codes, by and large, require a minimum square footage for new-construction homes, and progress to reduce that square footage is slow. “There are only a handful of cities across the country that directly address […]
Some of the most common questions people ask once they see our homes and especially the Denali is “How do you tow it?” “Do you need a semi?” “How much does it weigh?” The Denali (our largest model) weighs about 19k-21k lbs depending on size and features. It is a big home and quite a […]
More pics and a walk through video coming soon! This is a 35′ off grid solar tiny home with a rustic finish. We love it!