5 Reasons why Portland is a Tiny House Hotbed

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Permits for accessory dwelling units continue to rise in Portland.

It’s no secret that the smaller structures, defined as separate living spaces built inside or next to existing primary residences, have taken hold in the Rose City.

But why?

I caught up with a range of tiny house and accessory dwelling unit experts this week to take the temperature of the market. Last summer, I explored the budding industry and found that the biggest hindrance it faced was a lack of good financing options. Despite hurdles, accessory dwelling units are demanding an increasingly prominent role in Portland’s growth story. Here are five reasons why the city is leading the way: Continue reading here.

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