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Constructing a Mother-in-Law Suite in Oregon

Before constructing an accessory dwelling unit (“ADU”) in Oregon, make sure it is lawful, that you comply with development and building codes, and that you understand the short term and long term costs.

· land use law,oregon land use,zoning,ADUs,mo

By Will Van Vactor

Accessory dwelling units, sometimes called “mother-in-law suites” or “granny flats”, are growing in popularity. When you construct an ADU, you create a separate living area on your property that can be used to generate rental income or to let your mother-in-law (or other family members) live or stay in when visiting.

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Will Van Vactor - Oregon Land Use Lawyer - VV Law
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