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RE: Full Timing may become Illegal

The government/HUD is trying to make full timing in a RV/Tiny House illegal. Seems like this is being blamed on the popularity of the Tiny House and potential loss in property tax revenue. Anyone else heard of this? Here is a video explaining. https://youtu.be/So4CaP1sNOI No they aren't. The new HUD rules have nothing to do with RVs. It also has nothing to do with living in them. This has nothing to do with property tax, which is collected by states, counties, and cities. The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT does not collect property tax. That video is a crock of poo. Please stop believing everything you hear/read on the internet. It could save your life. That's why I posted this on a FORUM genius.
RZAR66 04/03/16 09:27am Truck Campers
RE: Full Timing may become Illegal

OK guys sorry.
RZAR66 04/03/16 08:51am Truck Campers
Full Timing may become Illegal

The government/HUD is trying to make full timing in a RV/Tiny House illegal. Seems like this is being blamed on the popularity of the Tiny House and potential loss in property tax revenue. Anyone else heard of this? Here is a video explaining. https://youtu.be/So4CaP1sNOI
RZAR66 04/03/16 08:30am Truck Campers
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