No Zoning

Zoning Bylaws are regulations that govern how land can be used, determining if it's suitable for purposes like business, housing, or farming. Local governments are responsible for ensuring compliance with these rules.

When a property has NO ZONING, it means there are no specific restrictions on its use. However, any permanent structures built on such land, like houses or large sheds, (min. 100sqft) still require approval from the local government.

For those seeking affordable housing options, NO ZONING properties can be appealing. Unlike areas with strict zoning rules that may prohibit certain types of housing, such as trailers or tiny homes, NO ZONING properties offer more flexibility. They're often located outside urban areas and may lack access to municipal services

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