Going tiny on a piece of property you own is a not-so-tiny undertaking. We get it! We aim to be a resource for all tiny home enthusiasts.
Community and family are key components to our overall happiness. Yet, one of the fallouts of the housing recession is that aging in place has become more difficult, with few options to downsize within one’s community. This forces people to move farther away from families and friends, contributing to feelings of loneliness and isolation. We can do better for ourselves and our families by advocating for a New Urbanist approach to city growth, adopting ADU-friendly ordinances, and supporting the development of walkable neighborhoods.
Less can be more—more rewarding, more financially freeing, more reflective of the things that matter most. It can also mean more cost per square foot. Why is that? We get this question pretty frequently, so let’s talk about it!
The tiny home movement is championed by people rewriting what it means to live the American Dream. But people have also found other solutions to alternative housing, exploring multi-family arrangements in areas where the middle class is being squeezed out of home ownership. Learn how one Oakland family found an unexpected fondness for the community-minded ethos of co-living.
With the tiny home movement on the rise, the legal barriers to tiny living are making their way into headlines. In response to the current housing shortage in America, many cities are making room for housing alternatives, but many cities have implemented minimum square footage requirements that make smaller housing alternatives impossible.