In answer to the increasing popularity of accessory dwelling units (ADUs), the Boise City Council recently voted on decreasing limitations on these units. While the maximum size and number of bedrooms in ADUs has gone up, these units can still only be rented if the property owner lives on-site. Increasing the maximum size of ADUs opens up a market for many Treasure Valley residents priced out of other home options and gives home owners further incentives to build and rent such properties, but are ADUs a real solution to accessible housing or just more density?
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