Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)
The city of Denver has recently implemented changes to its rules regarding the construction of accessory dwelling units (ADUs).
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are becoming increasingly popular as homeowners look for ways to maximize their living spaces. These self-contained units, also known as granny flats or backyard cottages, are separate living spaces that can be built on the same property as the main home.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way for homeowners to add living space to their property.
Do you want to add an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) to your property, but don’t know where to start?
The housing market is constantly changing, and one of the latest trends is the rise of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). ADUs are small, self-contained living spaces that can be attached to an existing home or built as a separate structure.
Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) can provide single-family homeowners with an affordable, attainable, and empowering living solution for parents, grandparents, or other live-in relatives.
To help in your initial decision-making, we’ve created this set of need-to-know information for preliminary planning purposes.
Are you considering adding a guest house or detached garage apartment to your primary residential lot? An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) can provide passive income and increase your property values. They also can be used to address multi-generational living needs.
The answer to that question is not always obvious. Here’s an overview of what architects and building contractors do and how they complement each other.
The choice of how and where to build an ADU will depend on the property owner’s needs and construction budget as well as zoning and building codes.