October 5, 2022
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Can tiny homes solve housing crisis?

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Amy Steinfeld By Amy Steinfeld Many Californians are wondering whether their neighbor’s new tiny home was built for grandma or is destined to become a short-term rental. Accessory dwelling units, otherwise known as “in-law units,” “back houses” or “granny flats,” are secondary dwelling units between 150 and 1,200 square feet, with independent living facilities attached…

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