Know the Code on Where you can Stay in Your Tiny Home
Also, consider the zoning ordinances in the community you want to live. You’re likely going to need some land to settle into your tiny home and if you plan on living on the land of a friend or family member, figure out the specifics. Some towns allow accessory dwelling units. For the most part a tiny home is allowed to temporarily park places but you must remain on the move every two weeks or so. It might be best to seek out tiny home communities where zoning laws allow. Whispering Aspen Village in Colorado is one tiny home community that sells lots for tiny homes.
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Research What Others Have Done
Check out this list of items before you consider building a tiny home.
For a more comprehensive guide from the beginning, as in clearing land for a homestead, seek out this site.
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