It is more than two years California passed a new law that requires local governments to allow homeowners to convert or build new Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs, attached or detached structures, also known as “granny cottages” or “mother-in-law apartments”).
An ADU may be attached to the existing either house or garage conversion, or it can also be built as a stand-alone unit.
Here are some highlights for City of Glendale property owners about Accessory Dwelling Units also known as a Secondary Dwelling Units:
- By the city ordinance maximum 600 sq. ft are allowed for ADUs (accessory dwelling units).
- Garage conversion or new stand-alone accessory dwelling unit construction will increase property value proportionally to the investment, base today property market square feet value.
- The rental properties price is much higher compared to other cities in Los Angeles County.
- It is a source of stable extra income
More information about ADU regulations from the City Council of the city of Glendale you can click here or contact us at:
ADDRESS: 111 E. CEDAR AVE. #202, BURBANK, CA 91502