Does a New Law Override CC&R Restrictions on “Granny Units? (CA)

Several board members are concerned about changes to the California laws (link is external) that regulate “Accessory Dwelling Units” (sometimes called “Granny Units”). Property owners sometimes add tiny homes or modify their garages for rental income or to provide low-cost housing to family.  The changes in the law (see AB 2299 (link is external) and SB 1069 (link is external)) override local ordinances to make it easier for property owners to build these units. Some board members are wondering if this law applies to HOAs.   Read the article……………


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