How To Find Your Dream Tiny House Parking Spot

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When it comes to tiny houses, of the most frequent questions that we are asked is how to a parking spot for your tiny home! In this weeks episode, we explore this topic, including case studies from people around the world who have found some wonderful to park their homes!

If you love the idea of building a tiny house but have always been worried about how you can a parking spot, then this is a must see video.

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Editing: Rasa Pescud
Big in a Tiny House’ © 2021 Zyia Pictures Ltd

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20 Comments

  1. We’ve noticed that a lot of people love the idea of building a tiny house but are extremely intimidated by the idea of finding a place to park their home. We hope this video helps to build some clarity around some of the available options. If you have any suggestions that you think may be helpful for people looking for land to park their tiny homes, please comment below so you can share your ideas with the community.

    With love, Bryce & Rasa

  2. ▶︎*Another fabulous video* Bryce & Rasa! I loved this one covering so many ways to find a parking space for a THOW. If you turned these into a PDF, it would be another great way to get subscribers on your mailing list 🙂 Cheers, Teena!

  3. A tiny house is really more than a tiny house, I guess: it is a Home. And I have been very moved by the words of the grandmother featured in the video <3

  4. Oh man…..I miss your regular posts. I legit get so excited just hearing your opening theme song because I know whatever follows I will totally enjoy. Your channel fills me up with ideas, excitement for the future and reminds me anything is possible. Something I desperately need these days that I struggle through. So thank you for being a lifeline. Someday I hope you will feature my future tiny 😉🥰

  5. After many years working retail I decided that I had enough and got a bachelor’s degree in hope of a better life. The consequence was that I was able to change industries but my salary is similar to my retail days and now I’m tens of thousands of dollars in college related debt. The debt is crippling and has forced me to live with relatives while I do my best to pay off debt. The time is nearing when I need to find my own place to live but the cost of residential real estate is so astronomical compared to a typical salary that I’m seriously considering living in a tiny home for a couple of years while I save up for a regular home. I don’t know how that would work but this channel is very educational. I applaud people who go against the grain and get themselves a tiny home while they get their financial situation in order.

  6. I think a lot of the negativity surrounding multi-generational living might be from people who do not have family with lots of spare land and get annoyed by what they perceive as the “privilege” of people living on Mom and Dad’s property. It is, of course, a privilege in every sense of the word, and the people I’ve seen on your channel who do have this privilege seem to be well aware of it. I think you’re right that it’s not just about being lucky to have land, though, but about being fortunate enough to be near family. When I was young, I couldn’t wait to move away from the hokey little town I lived in. Now I live in a city of ten million people halfway around the world, and I see my family maybe once every other year. As my parents get older, I think about that more and more. I would say, take every opportunity you can to be with family, because one day you are going to wish you spent more time with them.

  7. Did the title of the video regarding parking change? Or deleted. I noticed there was a video about parking …title is like where the #@&… Park….? I forgot the exact title. 😁

  8. Such a great idea for a video, and you guys did such an amazing job of presenting so many different options for how to go about finding a spot to park a tiny home. So helpful and motivating to see something like this. And your support of multigenerational living was something important to spend a moment on, I feel like the only negative comments I ever see posted on some of the videos for this channel are when the people featured are lucky enough to park on family land. I can understand where the negativity comes from though, as when I see people featured parked up on an amazing piece of family land I get super jealous as that isn’t something that will ever be an option for me. But also I think how cool it is for these people to have that opportunity and I am really happy for them because of all of the advantages and closeness with family that affords them. Anyways thanks for sharing another well done and inspiring video, looking forward to joining the tiny house movement one day and these videos always get me excited about that.

  9. thank you for another wonderful video. i have a question though – did you ever filmed a tiny house in italy/germany or switzerland?

  10. Well done on making this, I have seen a lot of negative comments from some people about people having their tiny home on family land. I think the thing is if you want to live this dream and you don’t have this option then you need to get put there and see what your options are, it’s not impossible to find a great place to live, it’s just a challenge that will hopefully and ultimately be rewarded. Letter drops and asking around can open up opportunities that you didn’t release were even there.

  11. I love this channel I learn so much about living tiny and it is something that I want to do this video has been very helpful thank you for sharing you always give such great information again thank you

  12. Such an awesome way to repurpose content and answer the question I have seen asked so many times on this channel. Kudos to you for such a great episode. 😍

  13. Great video as always, I love these informative type ones with the flashbacks to the houses you have visited.
    Hopefully tho’ it won’t be too long before you can start your travels again. Lots of love to you both & keep safe xxx

  14. Thanks so much, Bryce. This is very informative. I had mentioned in one of your other videos that my husband and I retire in a few years and love the idea of tiny home living. I never hear much in the UK aside from a very few parked on family lands. Hopefully in the next few years, the movement will have progressed. The councils are very strict here. With UK housing prices and shortages, tiny living is so ideal for many! Personally, I do not want to care for our four-bed – three-bath home until we’re too old to enjoy work-free freedoms. <3

  15. Problem with UK is that you still need planning permission for 12 month residential and it is not easy to acquire. I suggested creating tiny home villages to the Yorkshire Dale National Park. they loved the idea but the problem is wealthy landowners and home owners opinions and “not in my backyard’ blocking any planning permission. It is sad as low environment impact , simple affordable housing are very healthy. The academic research of wellness for living with nature is compelling.

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