A DWELLING THAT ADAPTS
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a structure located on a property that already has a primary home. An ADU can be detached from or attached to the primary residence. It must be used as a dwelling, as the name implies.
Several forward-thinking states, cities and communities are pioneering the way for the rest of the country, loosening zoning restrictions on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in order to make more housing options available than ever before. In the coming years, more cities are expected to relax zoning rules to allow for ADUs. People across the country will then be able to take advantage of the benefits of an ADU.
While the possible uses for an ADU are truly endless when it comes to URBANEERing, here are some of the most popular applications of Accessory Dwelling Units.
ADUs come in all shapes, sizes and designs. When designed and constructed to the highest standards, they can provide many benefits for years to come.
Before you get too far into the process, you should investigate all of your financing options, which could be many, depending on the state you live in and a few other factors.