Tiny House Community is an online community that was created in 2010 to help enthusiasts find resources needed to help them learn, build, park, and live the tiny house dream.
To this day we continue to strive towards this goal. Over the years, the site grew so large we split off several smaller, more singular-themed sites. My Tiny House Parking is the parking map we previously hosted on Tiny House Community. We now have forums for those seeking a place to park that cannot find one from the map.
Tiny House Community has become a branch in Tiny House Network. There are eight (8) different branches representing each aspect of tiny houses. Each site focuses on this singular goal and creates an optimized experience for those seeking a single goal: tiny houses. These branches have not all launched yet, but they are listed below:
- Tiny House Network
- Tiny House Community
- My Tiny House Parking
- My Tiny House Blog
- Tiny House Builders
- Tiny Houses for Sale
- My Tiny House Shop
- My Tiny House Events
As each of these launch they will become links to their domain. If you are interested in staying up to date on this development, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter. Subscribers get access to exclusive deals and content alongside first-look previews of the developments behind the scenes.
Elaine, founder of Tiny House Community, gives six reasons why she loves tiny houses:
I love tiny homes because they bring the opportunity for expression of residential creativity and individuality to folks who would otherwise have to settle for cookie cutter dwellings.
I love tiny homes because they bring back into the control of the individual, the provision of their own shelter, without having to be in debt to banks.
I love tiny homes because they can stay with us our whole lives – no need to keep selling and buying your home when you can move it with you.
I love tiny homes because they can be perfect for the homeless (with the right community support) as well as the wealthy (as vacation homes or rental houses).
I love tiny homes because at the same time they provide these opportunities for individual expression and control, they are in harmony with the greater good of reducing our consumption of fuel and material possessions.
I love tiny homes because they are provoking positive conversations with zoning boards and housing authorities, helping us to reexamine our neighborhood priorities.— Elaine W.