Accessory Dwelling Unit
It is a secondary dwelling on the same lot as the main house. An ADU is also known by many other such as granny flat, mother- in -law apartment shed, guesthouse, backyard cottage.
More existing homeowners are building ADU for the following good reasons:
- Create a passive rental income
- Increase their home value
- Have a place for family members with their own privacy
- Have a home office, gym or extra storage space
If you are looking to build a detached ADU with a tight budget, you should consider a modular fabricated construction rather than the traditional stick-built system and has many advantages. It’s more affordable; it is most economical to build an ADU in your existing lot.
What is an ADU?
- Size requirement
- Site access
- Utility connections
If you’re considering building an ADU, now is a perfect time. Go with modular construction and you can have an ADU built in a few weeks at a very competitive cost. As soon as the home is installed on your property, you can start generating passive rental income. It may also increase property value as a result of the bigger liveable area on the existing lot.
Five Key Benefits of Building a Modular Home
Modular construction is gaining popularity in the world.
Here are some reasons why choosing to build a modular is better for both the homebuyer and the environment than choosing to build traditional stick-built.
- Design customization