Whether they are built on wheels or on a foundation, tiny homes are among the most highly regulated buildings. This convenient, easy-to-use resource provides a comprehensive analysis of the six types of tiny homes and links you directly to the laws you'll need to know whether you're building, occupying, selling, or buying a tiny home including looking for a place to park it. Building, Occupying and Selling Tiny Homes Legally transforms tiny home living from an outlaw fringe philosophy to a law-abiding, safe lifestyle that can be embraced by mainstream families who want to live sustainably and affordably. Housing lawyer Jenifer Levini easily explains which rules to follow for each type of tiny home, what needs to be documented, where you can put a tiny home, interpreting the law's technical jargon, and understanding its practical applications to real-world scenarios. Tips for passing inspections and building safely guide you and give you the confidence to go tiny. Each chapter is followed by questions making this text an ideal resource for teachers, students, professionals transitioning from the building trades to the tiny home industry and tiny home enthusiasts.