Use this blog post to teach homeowners about the ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit). Commonly called in-law units, basement apartments, or one of hundreds of other names, these independent living spaces are becoming more popular than ever.
- What’s an ADU?
- Have you considered adding an Accessory Dwelling Unit?
- Adding an Independent Living Area to Your Home
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Do you have property big enough for a spare cottage? Is there a basement or garage-apartment you’ve been thinking of adding? Learn why these “Accessory Dwelling Units” (ADUs) are making a comeback.
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“Years ago, it wasn’t so uncommon to have multiple generations living in the same home. Sometimes these were aging parents moving back in with their kids, and other times they were college students getting their finances in order after graduation. Many homeowners utilized extra space in their home to create independent apartments or separate living spaces. Though they go by many common names (in-law unit, granny flat, garden cottage, basement apartment), these types of spaces are known as ADUs, or Accessory Dwelling Units…”
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