Trying On A Tiny for Size With Maggie Daniels

If the past three years have taught us anything, they have taught us that the lack of legal and welcoming spaces for tiny houses has kept the tiny house movement from blossoming into the bustling industry it should be. So many people want to live in a tiny house but are hesitant to build one, for fear of not finding a spot to park it. Our guest this week recognized this opportunity, and seized it by recently launching “Try It Tiny”; an online resource which connects tiny house enthusiasts and occupants, with landowners and tiny house owners. Listen in this week to hear how this hustling entrepreneur finds listings, about her challenges of launching a new website, and how she hopes to change the landscape of America and perceptions of the possibilities that tiny houses provide. Whether you want to park your tiny house in someone’s side yard for a month, stay on a back lot for a year, or simply try a tiny on for size; “Try It Tiny” will no doubt be the go-to place to meet your needs. We agree with Maggie, providing connections to places to park tiny houses will spur the movement along like no other effort can; and we’re excited to see it happen!

Join Our eMail List and download the Tiny House Directory

Simply enter your name and email below to learn more about tiny houses and stay up to date with the movement.

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below

Cherie Malan - June 26, 2017 Reply

please send pictures-pricing and information on small homes you have available.

Huw Davies - July 2, 2017 Reply

Do you have any information on tiny house’s in Queensland Australia? Also is there a place were people with a tiny house can park or put down roots?

Paula - August 22, 2017 Reply

We own close to an acre in Louviers Colorado which is Douglas county and we were wondering how to find out if we are legally allowed to rent land to people with tiny houses?

Leave a Reply: