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What’s one of the best things about having a house that’s built on a flatbed trailer? The ability to up and move it whenever you want, of course.
Want to go to the mountains for the winter? Go.
Always dreamt of living at the beach? Done.
With a tiny house, when you want to move, there’s no searching for homes in the new city while trying to sell your house in the old city. You just hook it up and move!
But with that wondrous advantage of flexibility, comes the reality that when you have a tiny house, you don’t really have a permanent place to live. Unless you already own some land, you will have to find a place to park it.