Greg Johnson of the Small House Society published a video on how city housing codes influence tiny house living.
In a 4 minute video he covers a viewers question, “where can you legally put a tiny house on wheels?”
Greg does a great job of explaining the problems we face in addition to different ways you can get around them.
He also briefly discusses cities that are beginning to allow this type of housing as completely legal accessory dwelling units.
Greg talks about the challenges faced by code enforcement to catch folks sleeping in recreational vehicles, campers, and tiny houses.
I’ll let him do the talking, Hope you enjoy and be sure to visit the Small House Society for more information related to the tiny house movement.
Photo Courtesy of the Small House Society and Greg Johnson on YouTube
If you want to listen to Greg’s tips on how to get around building codes and city zoning, I encourage you to watch his 4-minute video below:
What did you like best about the tips Greg gave us? Share your thoughts and challenges in the comments below.
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