Call to Action: Help with the Tiny House Appendix Adoption Process

If you are interested in seeing tiny houses legalized as primary residences across the US, we would love your help! As you likely already know, we won approval for a tiny house construction code through the International Code Council (ICC) in December. As such, we now have an official Tiny House Appendix in the 2018 version […]

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Join Us at the Tiny House Conference 2017!

We hope you’ll join us at the Tiny House Conference April 8-9, 2017! Over the course of two days (three if you include Friday’s “Tool School”) you’ll have the opportunity of attending presentations by numerous tiny house experts (Andrew included!) and learn about all things relating to tiny house living and construction. SOME TOPICS COVERED  […]

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State Legislature to Consider Movable Tiny Houses

Oregon Legislative Assembly to Consider Movable Tiny Houses

As the Oregon Legislative Assembly considers the legalities of tiny houses, Gabriella and I travelled to Salem, Oregon yesterday to discuss the topic with State Representatives, building officials, and industry professionals in the State Capitol building. I was invited to take part in the “Tiny House Work Group” tasked with assessing current legislation proposals meant to address tiny […]

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First Ever NY Tiny House Festival!

We are really excited about the upcoming Tiny House & Green Living Freedom Fest taking place in New Paltz, NY June 30-July 2, 2017! The first tiny house festival in New York state, this event is going to be a blast! Andrew will be presenting throughout the weekend so you know it’s going to be […]

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Tiny House Financing Life Hack!

Finding tiny house financing for a self-build isn’t always easy. Regular real estate lending companies haven’t quite yet come up with a solution that’s affordable and fair. Private lender options require collateral and often demand high interest rates. Standard credit card companies aren’t generally a viable option either because their spending limits are normally below […]

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