Tiny and Small Homes are growing in popularity all around Texas, enabling potential home buyers opportunities to to create a more simple lifestyle for themselves and family. Many municipalities and counties have been forced to re-examine zoning laws to address the demand for this housing revolution.

Texas cities where land and lots are available for tiny and small homes:

Texas cities where we build tiny and small homes:

- Austin, Kyle, Buda, Manor, Elgin, Pflugerville, Hutto, Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Leander, Lago Vista, Jonestown, Wimberley, Dripping Springs

- San Antonio, Seguin, Boerne, Bandera, New Braunfels, San Marcos

- Houston, Katy, Sugarland, Woodlands, Conroe, Spring, Cypress, Tomball, Pasadena, etc..

- Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, McKinney, Rockwall, Garland, Grand Prairie, Denton, Arlington, Richardson, Irving, Plano

- Waco, Woodway, Killeen, Temple, Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights

- Midland, Odessa, Abilene, Lubbock, Amarillo

- Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange

- Bryan, College Station

- Kerrville, Fredericksburg

- Victoria, Corpus Christi


Custom Built Tiny Homes and Small Dwellings are here to stay . From permanent small homes on engineered foundations to park model RV’s and even Tiny House Travel Trailers on Wheels, people throughout Texas are beginning to see the many advantages of smaller living. By shrinking the living footprint, tiny house dwellers can enjoy life more, say the movement’s advocates. With fewer housing expenses, a tiny house owner has more disposable income to splurge on activities they enjoy, and more time to spend on life's little joys, with “ends meet” suddenly becoming much less difficult to come by. The 30 year mortgage becomes a thing of the past. A quick path to real estate ownership is possible. For many, the reality of semi-nomadic living in the age of the digital workplace has arrived.


For some people, paring down their belongings and moving to a tiny or small home seem nearly impossible. But, says tiny house advocates, there are a lot of benefits to their lifestyle. Not only does it free it ease the financial burden of owners, but come with these added benefits:

  • They use less energy
  • They are easier to clean
  • They require little maintenance
  • More room for secondary units or later additions


Some questions to ask yourself when considering building a tiny home are:

  1. Are you wanting a tiny or small home that is mobile, semi-mobile, or permanent? If mobile or semi-mobile, are you willing to live in an RV Park and/or on private property outside of the city limits? If permanent, are their any city zoning laws and/or deed restrictions that require a minimum square foot of the residence?
  2. Are you retaining the services of a registered architect or hiring a design and build firm like Small House Solutions to design your new home? This is a significant initial decision.
  3. If you’re going with a tiny house travel trailer or park model, where are you going to park? Many RV parks are full and developers state wide are struggling to keep up with the growing demand for tiny house parking spaces. If you are wanting to live in a mobile tiny home on private property, do you have a competent real estate agent that can assist you with finding the right piece of property for you to do what you want to do, legally?
  4. If you are wanting to build and custom small house, do you have a real estate agent to assist you with the land purchase? Is your agent proficient in land purchasing and familiar with needs of a tiny or small house buyer? Have they worked in coordination with a custom builder before to ensure the property needs are being taken into consideration?
  5. If you’re wanting a tiny or small house ADU, backyard house, granny flat, backyard studio, man cave, or otherwise, how are you pursuing your due-diligence with regulators? Are you hiring a registered architect to perform site analysis, due-diligence, site-planning, floor plan drafting, etc… Or are your hiring a design and build firm like Small House Solutions to provide you with a completely turnkey service?
  6. What is your total “all-in” budget? This number should include land cost, plan design, engineering, permitting, utilities (well? septic?), clearing, site-preparation, and turnkey build.


Small House Solutions provides just that… Tiny and Small House Solutions in Texas. We custom design and build what you want and need for your next living place or investment. We are Texas based company and local leader in the small home space. Want a high-end luxury small home? We do that. Want a low-end investment home for renters? We do that. We provides solutions tailored to fit your small house desires.


There are many variables when it comes to providing a build cost to our clients.

Some important factors in pricing:

- dation Costs based on Topography, Driveway Cuts, Septic Needs, Well Needs, Planning Requirements, etc...Wide range of variables in land development: Lot condition, Clearing Costs, Foun

- Square footage of the home. The smaller the home, the higher the price per square foot. There are many reasons why this is the case. Some reasons include:

  1. Consistency of permitting and inspection costs, regardless of home size. (Permanent Small Homes Only)
  2. Less “open space” in more compacted homes. The cheapest part of the home is that part of the home that has ceiling above, floor below and open space around you. A small home means less “open space” and more “expensive space”. Cabinets, counter-tops, appliances, etc… surround you on all sides, resulting in a higher cost per square foot. (On-Wheels and Permanent Homes)
  3. Level of luxury. There is a wide-range of possibilities when it comes to choosing your materials and finishings for your new home. (On-Wheels and Permanent Homes).
  4. Architectural complexity.

Everyone wants a ballpark cost, so here is a simplified break down of what one could expect as an all-in price based on our standard features and specifications and average build costs:

Tiny Homes on Wheels and Park Models (Delivered, Blocked, Leveled, Tied-Down, Hooked Up to Existing Utilities):

130 sqft - 150 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $350/sqft
150 sqft - 170 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $320/sqft
170 sqft - 200 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $290/sqft
200 sqft - 250 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $250/sqft
250 sqft - 300 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $220/sqft
300 sqft - 400 sqft tiny home on wheels w/ loft: $200/sqft
300 sqft - 350 sqft tiny home on wheels or park model w/ loft: $190/sqft
350 sqft - 399 sqft tiny home on wheels or park model w/ loft : $180/sqft

Tiny and Small Homes On Engineered Foundations (Pricing includes basic development services within a municipality where water, sewer, and electric are available at the street. *** Cost of development will vary site to site **. Cost listed includes plans design, engineering, soil testing, building permit, inspections, foundation, turnkey build, etc...)

170 sqft - 200 sqft: $350/sqft
200 sqft - 250 sqft: $315/sqft
250 sqft - 300 sqft: $285/sqft
300 sqft - 400 sqft: $260/sqft
300 sqft - 350 sqft: $240/sqft
350 sqft - 400 sqft: $220/sqft
400 sqft - 450 sqft: $215/sqft
450 sqft - 500 sqft: $210/sqft
500 sqft - 600 sqft: $205/sqft
600 sqft - 700 sqft: $200/sqft
700 sqft - 850 sqft: $195/sqft
850 sqft- 1,000 sqft: $190/sqft
1,000 sqft - 1,200 sqft: $185/sqft

Ready to start on your Texas Tiny or Small Home?

Small House Solutions is here to help with your future home or investment property. Give us a call to learn more about our custom design and building processes.

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