Where Do You Draw the Line ?
Are luxury mid-rise projects proposed with a tad of affordable housing changing the character of your community ?
For years we’ve been promoting low-rise single family homes and cottages as the BFC solution. – Better Faster Cheaper
largest Affordable Need
Is for SOCO households (Single Or Couple Occupied)
Provide high density with low impact & few problem
A small private home compared to living off of a hallway with unknown neighbors
Cottages are BFC
Better for living and the budget, Faster to build & Cheaper in cost
Build a few as a Beta Test
Tired of the mid-rise onslaught give low rise, detached a try
Towns across America are addressing the affordable housing need by creating new zoning code that allows ADU‘s that accessory dwelling units in single-family neighborhoods.
They might be called cottage homes or granny flats or simply, the backyard cottage.
In high property tax neighborhoods ADU’s provide a means, as a rental property, to offset those costs.
ADU’s are detached apartments that are just right for nearly every demographic segment: young, old, single or married.
An AmeriSus eco-cottage can cut your housing costs in half.
More and More Cities Think Small is the Big Solution
Starter Homes, Cottages, Carriage Houses, Granny Flats, Backyard Apartments their Commonality is that they Fill a Huge Need.
Who Doesn’t Know somebody that Could Use a More Affordable Place to Live ?
Mid-Rise Projects Can Change a Community Forever – Consider Low Rise Instead