Accessory Dwelling Unit
- What is an ADU?
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a residential unit that can be added to a lot with an existing single family home. ADUs can be detached (a separate building in a backyard), attached to or part of the primary residence, or a garage conversion. ADUs are independent rental units that have their own kitchens, bathrooms, living areas, and entrances.
Now it’s easier than ever to convert your garage into an ADU, That comes with its own Electric meter. Let our team determine if your space can be converted into a money-making rental property.
- Designs, Plans, Permits, Construction, and Financing
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Benefits Of Adding ADU
Adding ADU on the lot; increases over all property value of the real estate.
Increased property value allows owner to refinance cash out on value added.
Adding Accessory Unit provides owner with additional income from rental property
Adding ADU allows owner to move to smaller unit and rent or have family member live in larger unit; or vice versa.
We Can Handle the Heavy Lifting For You!
We create ADU’s for other homeowners and investors who simply do not have the time, patience, or experience to deal with construction or permitting and who want their ADU to not only be high-quality in terms of construction and functionality, but also want a structure that is beautifully-designed with a modern look and feel.
Types Of ADU'S
Attached ADU to the Home:
This type of unit is attached to the primary home. The proposed Unit cannot be more than 50% of existing house and max of 1200 sq ft.
ADU Attached to the Garage:
Attached to the Garage Unit cannot be more than 1200 sq ft. Side and rear setbacks as required by zoning. 10 ft min. between the main house and ADU,
Detached ADU on the Lot
Detached ADU on the Lot
Will I Need Additional Parking?
You may not need additional parking if:
1. ADU is located within one-half mile of public transit.
2. ADU is located within an architecturally and historically significant district.
3. ADU is part of the existing primary residence or an existing accessory structure.
4. On street parking permits are required, but not offered to occupant of the ADU.
5. If there is a car-share vehicle located within one block of the ADU.
These are the five current parking exemptions as of July 2017, but parking requirements may change. Check with the Dept. of City Planning for current requirements.
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This Is a Great Opportunity for Fast Secondary Rental Income!
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