Ginger Reichl Participates as a Panelist for Tiny House Discussion at CLE Land Use Conference

Parvus House CEO, Ginger Reichl, participated on the “Tiny Houses: Affordable Housing Opportunity vs. Planning and Regulatory Barriers” panel at the CLE International Land Use Law Conference in Tampa. The discussion included an overview of tiny houses, how municipalities, particularly in Florida, are adopting ordinances to welcome tiny houses, other barriers to tiny living including financing and insurance, and more.

Other panelists were Robert Lincoln, Attorney at Robert K. Lincoln, P.A., Brad Baker, Real Estate Developer, Director, Nexus Biometrics, and Katherine O’Donniley, Senior Counsel, Trenam.


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