WELCOME!

Welcome!

This is the discussion community for the Tiny House Summit, an online event around tiny houses and small-scale living. As an early entrant, you can:

Thanks for joining us. 

Steve

Steve Hargadon

http://tinyisbeautiful.com/profile/SteveHargadon

steve@learningrevolution.com

Latest Activity

Events

Blog Posts

Most Common Electrical Problems in Tiny Homes

Tiny homes are one of the biggest crazes in the last couple of years. These ingenious living spaces may not have that much room, but their designs and layouts are made so that everything fits in perfectly without having to sacrifice many things. Sure, you won’t have a giant bathtub, but that is not their intended purpose.

While we can talk about different tiny home designs for hours, that is not the topic of…

Continue

Posted by Tracey Clayton on April 10, 2018 at 4:00am

Great Design Ideas for Tiny Yards

Buying a home is very exciting yet it requires some compromises. Normally, your budget will determine the size and the type of home you’ll be able to afford. This might mean that you will have to choose a home with only one garage, or a home with a small backyard instead of a large one.

However, keep in mind that bigger isn't always better. Compared to spacious outdoor places, small yards can mean less cleaning but…

Continue

Posted by Tracey Clayton on April 5, 2018 at 6:14am

5 Tips to Give Your Tiny Home an Elegant Vibe

There’s nothing more frustrating than being a design enthusiast who lives in a tiny apartment or home. So many great ideas and so much design inspiration, but not enough space! However, even the tiniest of homes can be styled up and reinvented. You can easily design a comfy, chic home with an…

Continue

Posted by Tracey Clayton on March 12, 2018 at 5:32am

5 Ways to Maximize a Small Living Space

While living in a smaller space can surely feel confining and restricting, it certainly isn’t a reason to feel discouraged. Smaller spaces can have a lot of personality and there are actually a lot of handy tricks that can help you maximize your home and make the most out of what you have available. So, instead of despairing and coming to terms with the fact that you’re facing a lifelong imprisonment, you better take matters into your own hands. If you‘re still wondering how to actually…

Continue

Posted by Tracey Clayton on February 17, 2018 at 3:00pm

Your Name and Title: Sarah Murphy - Founder/Chief Hospitality Officer (former owner/operator of Music City Tiny House).

Organization Name: Tiny House Hotelie

Co-Presenter Name(s): none

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Nashville, TN

Language in Which You Will Present: English

Target Audience(s): Anyone looking to rent out a tiny house

Short Session Description (one line): I'll answer some of the most pressing questions people have about running a tiny house rental.

Full Session Description (as long as you would like): Just like those who start most businesses, those who decide to Airbnb their tiny houses often have questions. Which toilet should I use? How do we prevent water from freezing or water temp. fluctuations in the winter? How do we find cleaners? How do we vet potential guests to ensure they understand tiny houses and the unique attributes that come with them? The list is long! As the host of Music City Tiny House for 2.5 years, and with a masters degree from Cornell's Hotel School, I'm uniquely well suited to help people with answering these questions. In this presentation, I'll answer some of the most frequent questions that I get, but also the questions I DON'T get, but SHOULD get.

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: www.tinyhousehotelie.com / www.musiccitytinyhouse.com

Views: 92

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Sarah:  this is SO great.  Thanks for being our first submitted session.  We'll be organizing the approval/scheduling process early next week, just wanted you to know this is exactly what we hoped for!

Wonderful topic Sarah, it will be a great session for participants to attend and learn more about tiny home businesses and the potential responsibilities that come with working in a niche market.

I think this would be helpful to both sides of the fence: renters & rentees. I am considering the idea of renting out my TakeMeHome once it's built, but I don't know how to and I'm afraid it will get ruined. I'd like to see what steps I can take to be successful at keeping my creation in tip-top shape. Thanks for proposing this session!

This session will be mostly geared towards you than! I don't address it too much from the rentee's side of things, because I feel like most people can figure out how to do that, but I specialize in helping those who want to rent out their tiny house, do it while avoiding many of the common mistakes:)

What do u think of long term rentals in tiny houses. I see a trend in ADU's, infill housing. Can u talk about that and compare short term Vs long term rentals. Pros and cons. Viability. Thanks. Interesting topic.

That's a great suggestion! I have very strong opinions about using tiny houses for urban infill and long-term housing! I'll make sure to include that in my presentation:)

Sarah:

Sorry for the delay in accepting these sessions--so much going on that we're managing!  We really want you to present on this.  We'll email you more tomorrow on how we'd like to do this.

Cheers!

Steve

RSS

© 2018   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service