The Apartment Dealer: How Long Will it Take to Build an ADU? #realestate #apartmentinvestor #adus #multifamilyinvesting

How Long Will it Take to Build an ADU? #realestate #apartmentinvestor #adus #multifamilyinvesting
Timing is crucial when planning an ADU. The initial planning phase typically takes 1 to 2 months, provided all required plans are completed accurately upfront. Incomplete plans can result in back-and-forth exchanges between the city and your planners, significantly extending your timeline.

City approval processes vary widely. For multifamily lots, expect approvals to take between 3 to 7 months. Some cities, like Pico Rivera, require a sequential approval process, where you must get approval from one department before moving to the next. This leapfrog method can prolong timelines. Additionally, each department often sits on your plans for the first 30 to 60 days after submission. If your initial submission isn’t perfect, you might face 1 to 2 years in permitting due to necessary corrections and resubmissions.

Understanding and navigating these city-specific processes is key to saving time and avoiding headaches. Ready to streamline your ADU project and secure your investment? Let’s make it happen! 🏡🔑💼

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