Making Tiny Possible






Appendix Q For Tiny Homes Approved in Virginia
Including Our IRC 2021 Changes. It moves forward with the full support of DHCD. It was a six year effort effort that flew across the finish line. Whew!

Thom Stanton
President Of The Tiny Home Industry Association


Ceo Corner


New York State

Approved Appendix Q Tiny Homes On A Foundation on Sept.27th, 2019. Effective date estimated by March 2020. 


Is Considering Adopting Appendix Q Tiny Homes
There will be a public comment period for the completed draft code early next year.

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 The Global Economic And Social Impact Of The Tiny Home Industry 

The Go To Solution For Affordable Housing
Housing Our Veterans And Our Heroes:Promoting Multi-generational Housing Encouraging Seniors To Age In Place: Reducing Our Environmental Footprint:Best Practices For Sustainability:Mortgage-Free And Pride Of Ownership: Inspiring DIY Projects And Global Compassion: Second Chance Tiny Homes Offer Programs To Prevent Repeat Offenders And Provide A Trade In A  Booming  Industry: Schools Provide Land For Teachers And Tiny Homes

Creating A Global Sales Phenomenon
Driving The Demand For Land Sales, Builders, Manufacturing, Engineers, Architects,Work Trades, Designers, SalesForce, Transport and Providing Revenue For Inspection And Permits For Local Municipalities:Billions Of Dollars In Yearly Revenues For Hosts Of Airbnbs Worldwide Cascading Effect: Guests Supporting Local Tourism Including Goods, Services And Events Reviving Rural Destinations On The Brink Of Being Lost Are Now Thriving

Block Project: Yes In My Backyard Housing The Homeless And The Vulnerable A Bright Future For Our Youth- Creating Inspiration, Innovation  And Careers: Over 500 Schools Teach Geometry In Construction-Students Learn Math By Building A Tiny Home-And Learn A Trade Uniting Communities-Mobilizing Resources:Mentors Passing On Their Golden Wisdom Birthing A New Generation Of Entrepreneurs:Fostering Relationships And Spreading A Wave Of Much Needed Fufillment And Hope