Proposed Tiny House Village For Homeless


ChangePoint Northwest President Ian Robertson poses for a photograph at a tiny house at Living Hope Community Church, in Spokane Valley, Wash., Thursday, July 14, 2016. Robertson is hoping to raise enough funds to build tiny houses as a place to live for area homeless people. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

Here’s a photo for the Inlander of Ian Robertson for a story about a proposed tiny house village for homeless people in Spokane Valley, Wash. Living Hope Community Church has provided land for a proposed 20 tiny houses that would be available to area homeless people for as little as $20,000. They would lease their tiny house for 5-6 years before owning it. Robertson is hoping to also raise enough funds to build the village as well as work with the city to change codes to allow for the village to exist.


2 thoughts on “Proposed Tiny House Village For Homeless

  1. GP Cox

    It sounds like a great idea, but where is a homeless person going to get rent and mortgage money? $20,000 for a homeless person is a lot.


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