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Oregon is often thought of as a tiny house haven. While it’s true that it is home to countless tiny dwellers, a growing number of tiny home communities and numerous builders, Oregon is far from legally tiny house friendly. And most unfortunately, the state is currently caught up in a tremendous conflict between a couple […]Continue reading
A few years ago, almost no one had even heard of a tiny house. But now? Across the nation, more than a dozen cities are become officially tiny-home friendly and 50-plus communities of tiny homes have cropped up—everything from intimate backyard co-ops and tiny house/RV parks to upcoming full-on urban developments. My main squeeze, Christian […]Continue reading
What comes to mind when you think of Oregon? For me, it’s tiny houses. The deep roots of the tiny house movement here can be traced back to 1997 when Portland debuted a progressive ADU (accessory dwelling unit) regulation, allowing homeowners to build them by right. This move helped create a sustainable and small space […]Continue reading