Accessory Dwelling Units are booming in the San Diego area
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are small structures, typically under 1,000 square feet, that are built by homeowners on their properties are becoming popular in San Diego.
ADUs became a centerpiece of state housing legislation last week after five bills were signed into law expanding the ability for Californians to build such structures in their backyards. By allowing residents to both build a small apartment and convert their garage, the legislative package, in effect, allows triplexes in much of the state.
Vance Barse, Wealth Strategist & Founder of Your Dedicated Fiduciary®. stopped by Good Morning San Diego to discuss What should homeowners be aware of when considering, some regulations and the importance of considering ADUs in tax and financial planning.