According to the video, more than 1000 people decide to move into the area every single month therefore driving the cost of housing up and increasing construction in the area.
And even though they’re building as fast as they can, they still can’t keep up with the demand for housing in the area. So where do tiny houses stand?
Meet Jay Austin and His 140 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home
Enjoy the rest of the story (in video) below:
Video: Jay Austin’s Beautiful, Illegal Tiny House
Texas Welcome to Tiny Homes? Yes.
And, according to the video, Houston, Texas is the only big city that doesn’t heavily govern your decisions on housing with zoning and regulations. In addition, it’s one of the most affordable cities in the country to live in.
“Property rights in Texas are sacred. You can do what you want to do with your property and I think most of the people here in Victoria want to protect that,” says Will Armstrong, former mayor of Victoria, Texas.
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