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This can be done in a for-profit and also a non-profit way. I am a professional land use planner and community sustainability specialist. I am curious about the “tiny house” as a legitimate, full time housing option…do they/can they…meet building codes, be attached to the ground, be connected to public water, sewer and other public utilities, meet energy code standards, meet zoning codes, etc.
There just aren’t enough small and affordable living options for single people and couples without children in most areas. All of that being said right now is a great opportunity for real estate investors and developers to serve others by creating communities with tiny houses, small cottages, cabins, tiny villas and micro apartments for long-term living.Or do you think it’s more of a DIY trend where people are building micro homes themselves on a budget for WAY less than a company could ever offer it to us?