Accessory dwelling units generate high rental income and raise home values
1. No Cash Required
2. Earn extra monthly rental income and increase your home value
3. Help provide affordable housing to your community
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California State Regulations Overview
Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1069, making “accessory dwelling units” easier and less expensive to build throughout the state beginning January 1, 2017.
Under the new law, water and sewer agencies are prevented from charging hookup fees for ADUs built within an existing house or an existing detached unit on the same lot. Local agencies also cannot impose parking rules for certain ADUs, including those located within a half-mile from public transit, or units that are part of an existing primary residence.