Many Maxable clients are building accessory dwelling units for rental income. How much do they earn? It depends on the ADU and the location!
Accessory dwelling units have a long history in Los Angeles—for decades “back houses” were home to creative artists who flocked to the city as well as to teachers, nurses, and others who needed low-cost housing.
Today’s accessory dwelling unit boom has transformed the once-humble back house. While some are still relatively affordable to rent, demand for high-end ADUs has inspired homeowners to create beautifully designed and appointed units.
Which of these super stylish ADUs would you choose to call home?
Leimert Park 1 Bedroom—$2300/month
Tucked in a lush backyard in historic Leimert Park, this accessory dwelling unit features new construction and appliances, a vaulted ceiling, and a private gated entrance.
Maxable is California’s leading ADU marketplace. After writing state laws, educating thousands of homeowners, and completing hundreds of site evaluations and ADU projects, we know accessory dwelling units better than anyone else! Get in touch when you’re ready to find out the next steps for your project.
Maxable makes planning, hiring, and building your accessory dwelling unit simple.
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About the Author: Lynette Padwa
Lynette Padwa is a Los Angeles homeowner who converted her garage 15 years ago to an accessory dwelling unit. She's now on a mission to help build more accessory dwelling units in California. She often writes about topics like garage conversion ideas, garage conversion costs, and ADU legislation. She especially loves helping LA homeowners.