A developer in North Carolina is running into neighborhood opposition over his plans to build a tiny house community in Northwest Charlotte. According to the Charlotte Observer, the developer, Kelvin Young, says his community will create an affordable place for first-time home buyers or for people downsizing from their current homes. However, neighbors say the potential development is threatening their property values and they’re urging City Council to put a stop to it. There are 56 tiny homes planned for the new community, each selling for around $89k.
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