What is a DADU?
A DADU is actually a detached ADU which has no shared walls, and it typically looks more like a condo off the existing property. A few years ago, California passed a law that allowed you to now build the secondary units on the same plot of land and they are considered DADUs. DADUs need to be permitted through the city, which means that you need to get a pull a permit. There are then certain specifications with regards to building them that need to be met in order to qualify as a permitted ADU. Read on to find out what is a DADU in real estate, and how you can be permitted to build one.