A mother-in-law suite is just one of many names for a structure (often self-contained) that’s extraneous to the main housing unit.
Depending on where you live, some of the other names used to define this type of housing include mother-in-law apartment, guesthouse, in-law suite, accessory dwelling unit, or casita.
Ever had this happen?
You’ve just plopped down on your big comfy couch, settling in to watch your favorite show when Fido starts whining and pawing at the door.
Frustrating, isn’t it?
Few things are as exciting as watching the vision you have for your home slowly take shape.
However, in all of that excitement, it’s easy to spend way more than planned for your home remodel.
Big home remodeling projects should be done when you have more time to make a profit (or at least break even).
But, that doesn’t mean it’s not a good idea to make some home improvements before selling.
A home should always be a warm, welcoming place. But for individuals living with a physical disability, common life activities in a standard built home can be a struggle.