I'd love to live in a tiny house community in the Bay Area!
Is San Francisco feasible though? Housing and land costs here are soexpensive. How about an intentional community near San Francisco in a more rural setting? It would cost less and we'd have more room!
I live in Flagstaff, Arizona, but I am really passionate about creating affordable, simple housing for people, and I would love to move to San Francisco, California...but as we know it is extremely expensive. Is there anything I can do to help push for a tiny house community there while residing in Flagstaff?
Iam currently single but i have a dog and we are very interested in acquiring a tiny house for living I prefer without the wheels as I would just want to live in it. If there is information out there on how to make it happen it would be appreciated.
I hope everyone is well.
I have been following this idea for what seems like years and I'm wondering what progress has been made or where it is stuck?
My own experience is that anytime I have fully committed to something it has started within a few months.
I saw the Mac fund has some $100 million give away to solve a problem, this confirmed my belief that the resources are always available.
For myself I am unsure of how I could commit to living in a tiny house community in the city. I'm married and we have a house and child in Alameda. At most I could commit to being there a day or two a week.
I'm curious where everyone else is at, how much they can contribute or committ to a tiny house community?