Many communities struggling with homelessness are considering tiny homes as an alternative to having people living in tents or on the streets. Seattle’s Low Income Housing Institute has been nationally recognized for the large number of tiny homes villages they have built for temporarily housing people who are homeless. Hear directly from Seattle’s LIHI Executive Director how they were able to comply with land use laws and building codes and how people are moved rapidly into long-term housing and employment. Cornerstone Tiny Homes now has a Florida code compliant tiny home and for Florida. Learn about the progress this former builder of large homes in Florida has been having gaining acceptance for tiny homes as permanent housing, for people of varying incomes, one community after another.