Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Primer Course
Learn about Accessory Dwelling Units, the latest trend in earning on-property rental income
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|Category:||Real Estate > Continuing Education > Oregon > Real Estate Development|
|Purpose:||Learn about Accessory Dwelling Units, the latest trend in earning on-property rental income|
|Features:||online video, printable certificate|
Course ID: 1038-1125
Credit Hours Provided: 3
Category: Real Estate Development
Increasing rates of prospective home buyers are interested in building an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit or what are also known as granny flats or mother-in-law apartments) on their property to provide income and housing flexibility. Real estate professionals who are on the cutting edge of this emerging development trend can best serve their clients by understanding site eligibility, development process and costs, and the return on investment of ADUs.
Attend this 3-hour training designed to help real estate professionals gain an introduction to ADU development. The course is developed and delivered by ADU guru, Kol Peterson of Accessory Dwelling Strategies LLC and author of Backdoor Revolution- The Definitive Guide to ADU Development. Kol is based in Portland, Oregon, where the epicenter of this movement has taken place and ADUs have recently surpassed single-family home construction in the city.
This online course is approximately three hours long. It consists of a video presentation divided into 14 sections. There are no quizzes or end-of-course final exam. A course completion certificate for Oregon CE credit will be issued after completing the course.
To learn more about taking a live ADU training and earning the ADU Specialist designation offered by Earth Advantage, visit this ADU Specialist designation course page at EarthAdvantage.org.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
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