What is an adu
Accessory dwelling units — also called ADUs, secondary units, or granny flats — are small living units, including a kitchen and bathroom, on a property that has one single-family home.
There are many benefits to ADUs, including that they: Create more affordable housing for our community, family members, or disabled persons; Provide an income opportunity for homeowners; Promote infill development; and Encourage the use of public transportation.
a'part ADU's are all factory built and HCD complaint. We can even help with the zoning applications, installations and final approvals.
In many cities other small fee’s may also apply including but not limited to
Park Impact fees
Fees for any clearances or other permits as may be applicable, such as a Geohazard Clearance, Tree Removal Permit, or a Fire Variance, for example.
What do you need to have to get one
In most cases you will need a lot which is larger than 3,000 square feet. However an a’partment can go anywhere and in rural areas you may find you can have multiple a’partments and create a business out of them.
Get you own a'partment
Rent it out with A’Part
When you purchase an a’partment from a’part you have the opportunity to rent it out in the a’part app and web site. When you choose to do this our system automatically features you’re a’partment on all travel sites including Airbnb, Priceline, hotels.com, booking.com, Trivago and countless more. Our technology ensures that we optimize the booking opportunities but also the price. We dynamically price all a’partments based on demand, location and availability.
Depending on whether you purchase your a’partment or ‘partner’ with a’part to have one of ours placed on your land, we will share the revenue with you.
If you wish to clean the a’partment between each guest booking we also pay you for this, or we can outsource it.