Years after experiencing one of the greatest financial disasters of our time the future of tiny houses keep looking better and better because of the low demand lifestyle that comes with living in a tiny house.
The future of tiny houses keeps getting brighter because more people every day are gaining interest in a simpler lifestyle. And this is because it makes sense financially, environmentally and even spiritually.
The growth over the recent years has been amazing. I estimate that there are now officially over one million people or more that are seriously interested in tiny house living in the United States alone.
I also estimate that we will reach millions more within the next few short years and tens of millions more within a another decade. So what does this mean for you? What does it mean for us? For society? For our kids?
Question: Should I be considering RVIA certified tiny houses?
Answer: Although you can always build a tiny house on wheels without an RVIA certification right now I’m showing you why you should seriously consider saying ‘yes’ to RVIA certified tiny houses.
If you ever want to be able to park and live in your tiny home in an RV park in the future you’ll want to have this certification to make sure you have as many options as possible when it comes to living in your tiny home. Some RV parks and campgrounds will NOT allow your tiny house on wheels on their property if it is not RVIA certified while others will.
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It’s modern with high end finishes throughout and the bathroom features a beautiful dual faucet vanity, the kitchen has really nice appliances, and the staircase to the loft is top notch. See for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments at the bottom. Would you live simply full time in this tiny house with someone else?
This particular cabin sits among the trees at Blue Moon Rising in McHenry, Maryland, and you can rent it out for the night. If you love the quaint feel, get in touch with Hobbitat Spaces who built the home and ask about getting your very own. I really love the big open living area and kitchen with a great island for preparing food and eating with friends and family.
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