How to finance an ADU? How other people pay for ADU?
We could mention a bunch of ways: which one you use depends on you, your situation, your accountant and financial advisor. There is no one answer that fits all.
Take your pick between any one or any combination of cash and credit cards, cash-out refinance and home equity line of credit (a.k.a. HELOC), construction or renovation loan, borrowing from a retirement account or from friends and family, reverse mortgage loan or shared equity financing, the list goes on.
We know, the companies on this page assist homeowners with ADU projects. Each has a different approach to financing. Figure out what works best for you depending on your personal situation, equity in the main house and monthly cashflow. Or consult a mortgage broker to assist you.
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