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  • Writer's pictureCris Edwards

Discover Your Dream Land: Finding Rentals and Ownership Opportunities


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When searching for land to rent for your tiny home, explore these diverse options:


Utilise a “matchmaking” service: Discover land for rent on specialised platforms like www.parkmytinyhome.com.au or Tiny Real Estate. These dedicated websites cater specifically to matching tiny homeowners with available land for rent.


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Facebook Pages and Groups: Engage with dedicated tiny house groups on Facebook to find potential land rental opportunities. There are a lot of passionate tiny home people out there who may know of the perfect place for you!


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Reach out with a Letterbox Drop:

Craft a friendly flyer explaining the opportunity and distribute it in the area where you'd like to live. You might surprise locals by finding someone willing to rent a small parcel of unused land.


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Explore Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace:

People occasionally post land available for rent for various purposes (think horses or camping). You may stumble upon a suitable option for your tiny home.


Unleash the Potential of Hipcamp:

Consider utilising this popular platform that matches campers with landowners for short holiday stays. Landowners already open to hosting campers might also be open to a long-term arrangement for a tiny house.


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Tap into Your Social Network:

Harness the power of word of mouth by reaching out to your social network, both online and offline. Connect with family, friends, coworkers, and club members who may know of unused land suitable for your tiny house. Personal connections often lead to successful matches.


Attend Rural or Agricultural Land Shows:

Explore events like AgQuip Field Days to network with landowners. With simplified planning rules in place, farmers in NSW may now conduct tourism-related businesses on their land, potentially opening up more opportunities for tiny homes.


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For those seeking land to purchase, consider these effective avenues:


Real Estate Websites:

Explore websites like Realestate.com.au and Domain, where you can browse a wide range of land listings. These platforms provide a comprehensive overview of available properties for purchase.


Consult Local “Buyers” Agents:

Engage with local real estate agents who specialise in finding properties for their clients and have in-depth knowledge of the area and can assist you in finding the perfect plot of land.


Spread the Word with a Letterbox Drop:

Craft a friendly flyer expressing your interest in buying land for your tiny home and distribute it in the areas where you wish to make a purchase. This approach may yield surprising results.


Facebook Groups:

Join relevant Facebook groups focused on real estate and land sales. These groups often feature properties for sale and provide a platform for connecting with sellers or agents who can help you find your desired land.


Online Forums and Gumtree:

Explore online forums and classified websites, such as Gumtree, to discover land listings. These platforms offer a diverse range of properties for sale, increasing your chances of finding the ideal land for your needs.


You will be surprised by the amount of land opportunities there are available if you just do your due diligence! Use the community around you and follow some of the tips above. We're sure you'll be sipping your latte on the front porch of your tiny home in no time. Let us know in the comments below if you have any additional recommendations on finding land for your tiny home!

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