Tiny houses in Georgia: What are the possibilities and limits?

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Tate Student Center

45 Baxter Street

Athens, GA 30602

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Tiny houses are making a big impression. The lower cost and emphasis on an efficient use of space make tiny houses a compelling less-is-more, affordable housing option. Despite their popularity, the growth of tiny houses as a form of housing face many challenges. Next month the Housing and Demographic Research Center’s Friday Housing Forum will take on the topic of tiny houses in Georgia. Bring your lunch and come hear different perspectives on the feasibility of tiny houses as a form of housing. The Friday Housing Forum is free and open to the public.

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Will Johnston, Founder and Executive Director of Tiny House Atlanta

Melissa Link, Commissioner, Athens-Clarke County

Ted Miltiades, Director, Office of Construction Codes & Research, Department of Community Affairs

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Athens, GA 30602

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The Housing Management and Policy major is a flexible degree program that blends social and behavioral sciences, public policy, planning, management and economics.  Students can tailor their coursework to several different pathways for ranging from jobs in residential real estate, private and public sector housing data analytics, community development and local and federal housing-related public policy positions. The Housing Management and Policy Program is offered by the Department of Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics at the University of Georgia.



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