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With the increase in home and rent prices, it might be easy for some to see the appeal of “tiny living” but many tiny home owners are actually finding it difficult to find a place to permanently park their 300 square foot dwelling. According to this article in the New York Times, written by Lisa Prevost, zoning issues in more densely populated areas propose challenges but even rural plots of land have their own headaches, including the lack of utilities on the property. According to  the article, “Easily upwards of 90 percent of tiny-house owners are living illegally, when it comes to zoning,” said Andrew Morrison, a professional builder and tiny-house advocate in Oregon who travels the world teaching seminars on tiny-house construction.”

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