My consulting team has more than twenty years of experience in the real estate industry selling, appraising, inspecting, financing and remodeling residential property in Southern California. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in real estate to help solve client’s real estate, construction and financing problems. Our specialty is assisting buyers acquire properties with Renovation Financing and Private Money. As consultant, appraiser, broker and lender, we have been involved in hundreds of Renovation Financing Projects and understand how to make the financing process easy and effective for clients. I am a FHA 203K & Fannie Mae Homestyle Consultant with a team of experience lenders to provides funds for buyers to purchase and homeowners to refinance to add an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) to their property.
Recently, The State of California has implemented new legislation (SB 1069 and AB 2299) which allows homeowners to add Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) to their properties. The ordinance is required in all jurisdictions, check with your city to determine how to add an ADU to your property, convert a garage into guest quarters or legalize an existing in-law unit. Adding an ADU, or legalizing an existing one is an excellent real estate investment. It provides additional livable square footage and significantly increase your property value. You can rent the additional unit, use it for a love one or sell and receive the increase profits. Homeowners can also design an ADU in which they can live themselves and rent the main house.
Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) have been used by many Americans during the 50s and 60s to ease mortgage payments and earn extra income. However, restrictive zoning regulations in most states had limited or altogether banned them, usually to encourage single-family neighborhoods. Today attitudes and perceptions have changed toward small dwelling units chiefly due to the affordable housing crisis. A lot of states, including California, have passed laws allowing people to add