Thursday, February 26, 2015

Tiny House Listings: Privacy and Etiquette for Tiny House Tours


I recently wrote a blog post for Tiny House Listings that has been getting quite a bit of attention. I think it is important to understand privacy and etiquette while speaking with people in the tiny house commuinty.

“We’re in town for today only. Can we come see your house?” I glanced at my watch. It was already 3pm and Matt and I weren’t at home. In fact, we had several more errands to run and weren’t expecting to be home until well after dark. “I’m sorry, no.” I said.
They were gracious but I could hear the disappointment in their voices.
Even if we could, or would, our house wasn’t exactly showplace-ready. We live in our home just like anyone. There were dirty socks on the floor and the bed wasn’t made.
This is my home.
So how can you see a tiny home if you’re interested in learning more before taking the leap yourself? Here are some dos and don’ts that I recommend when approaching a tiny home owner to ask about a visit.
Read more at Tiny House Listings

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