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Making Big Sense of Small Homes

Sep 28th, 2016

In this article from AARP’s Livable Communities newsletter, we read about Portland, Oregon, “which in 2010 significantly reduced (or “waived the largest”) municipal fees and adjusted the city’s zoning codes to make it easier for a homeowner to add an ADU to his or her property. An overriding reason for the change: to help residents age in place.”  And there have been some delightful consequences.

Go here to read about Portland and its ADU’s

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