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In a previous post, we discussed some of the pros and cons of off-grid tiny house living. What are some of the be

Pros:

Legal residency – You can apply for legal residency and not have to worry that your tiny house is parked illegally.

Electricity – You can hook your tiny house to a reliable source of power.

Sewer – Just like electricity, you have the privilege to hook up your tiny house to the municipal sewer system.

Water – It’s nice to have a source of clean water always available for use.

Initial set up and maintenance – No need to set up expensive equipment and amenities such as solar panel, sewer, etc. Also, you don’t have to worry about the maintenance of these on-grid amenities, since they’re maintained by the municipal authorities.

Cons:

Inflexible – You cannot travel with your tiny house.

Bills – On-grid living is just like living in an ordinary house; you have to pay for your electricity, sewer, water, etc.

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