By Dee Williams There’s a lot of confusion out there among aspiring tiny house builders and buyers about whether they can work with conventional building codes to make their tiny house on wheels legal to live in full time. Are there building codes for tiny houses on wheels? What about zoning regulations? Is there any way…Read more

Update to this Update! Check out our more recent post on Real Insurance for Tiny Houses on Wheels! The info below covers some good ground that will be useful for many, but do check out the newly emerging and more formal insurance policies for tiny homes on wheels. By Dee Williams Understanding Insurance On November…Read more

The 2012 Build Small | Live Large Housing Summit will gather leaders in the development, real estate, building and design sectors from across the bioregion for an intensive day of inspiration, project case studies, and peer-to-peer learning. This one-day housing summit will challenge architects, developers, builders, remodelers, urban designers, policy makers and real estate professionals to…Read more

This short film by Mark Hoffman, presented by Nau, speaks to Dee about her move into a tiny house: “The average American house size is 2,500 square feet, but due to rising energy costs, job uncertainty and the mortgage crisis, a growing number of people are seriously downsizing—in one extreme case, to a house smaller…Read more