A Limited Equity Co-Op in Eugene, Oregon

Peace Village includes five unique floor plans to support a variety of small households. The compact homes are extremely energy-efficient, and are designed to use around 50% of the amount of energy as a similar sized home built to minimum code standards.

Chattanooga trials 3D-printed shelters as possible solution to growing homelessness issue

Homelessness is a consistent problem the City of Chattanooga has been trying to deal with. And a new pilot program is trying to help aid the situation while they work on a more permanent solution. The City of Chattanooga announced Friday that they’ve launched a new pilot program utilizing 3D-printed, single-unit structures as temporary shelters for people experiencing homelessness.

Choosing your Tiny House Trailer Width

There are several things to consider when choosing the width of your tiny house trailer. Many people instantly think that they want the widest trailer possible to get the most room out of their house. But if you don’t think this decision through, you may end up with something you really don’t want. Wind River is a licensed trailer manufacturer, designing and overengineering the best foundations a tiny home can have.

Bipartisan proposal highlights LEED-certified tiny homes for veterans

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) estimates that about 33,100 veterans were homeless as of January 2022. To address the persistent problem of veteran homelessness, a bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced a bill with grants that would facilitate the construction of LEED-certified tiny homes.

Per-Square-Foot Price of Homes Reaches New Heights

If you think home price increases have kept up with income growth, think again. We’re all painfully aware by now that home prices are at all-time highs. Now, a new report breaks the reality further down to square footage, and the squeamish may want to turn to avert their gaze.