The tiny home movement has gone mainstream in the last few years thanks to TV shows like "Tiny House Hunters" and "Tiny House Big Living" on HGTV, where fans have admired the adorableness of micro dwellings — as well as their low price tags. Tiny homes are not only cheaper, but they are also a more sustainable type of housing due to their low energy costs and smaller overall footprint.
But buying and building a tiny home isn't as simple as TV shows would make you believe: there are many zoning laws and building codes in cities around the country that make it difficult for tiny home owners to find a place for their house on wheels or build a permanent tiny home with a foundation. However, there are a few cities around the country that are friendly and open to these super small and sustainable houses.
Here are four of the best cities for tiny home living — for those adventurous enough to downsize.