Quartz counters, soft-close drawers, stainless appliances
Looking into the great-room from the eating bar.
Tile shower and floors
Quartz counter tops, tile backsplash, tile bathroom floors and laundry closet
Stackable washer/dryer unit with tile floor
This is an example of one of our ADU's with some minor upgrades.
This ADU is almost ready to rent. It went from a money-consuming swimming pool to a money-making asset! Goldbar helped the owner with design, permitting, pool demolishing, site development and finished construction. I will post some interior shots in the next post.
This ADU in San Jose is about 5 weeks old since the swimming pool has been filled. Sheetrock is scheduled this week and completion in 3 weeks. Not all can go this fast, but our goal is to get the units complete and in use. Call us today to get started on your ADU!
Greg Popovich at the State Capitol on October 16, 2017. He was meeting with one of Senator Wieckowski’s staff to discuss roadblocks that are being created to slow the progress of ADU development in some cities. Progress is being made to patch the holes/loopholes and more legislation will be coming to help with the affordable housing crisis.
ADUs are growing in popularity as many homeowners utilize them to generate revenue. Also though, they provide people with the opportunity to be closer to family, or to help retirees stay in their homes longer. With an ADU, a nurse or caregiver can live in the unit, or the retiree can even live in it, and let their kids live in the house. One customer recently remarked that she was going to live in her ADU and rent out the main house. In the Bay Area, that is not a bad income opportunity!
Pictured above, Principal of Goldbar Builders, Greg Popovich, at the job site as we broke ground in the Willow Glen neighborhood on August 22nd.
As the affordable housing crisis deepens, we are excited to help people on multiple fronts. We are working to provide beautiful spaces for people to live, and in turn, help homeowners make extra income. Call us today to see if your property may qualify for an ADU, or fill out the form on the Contact page.
A proposed project that is to be mostly funded by a private philanthropist hit a snag recently, due to concerns over zoning. Several prestigious city council members supported the project and it had the funds, yet the city felt compelled to shut down the project at the proposed site due to a need for more businesses in that area. To read the article in its entirety, please click HERE.
At Goldbar Builders, we are working tirelessly to solve the affordable housing crisis, and our PATH program will help teachers in a unique way. One of the reasons why we believe so strongly in this program is that the land is already zoned properly, and due to passage of SB 1099 and other recent legislation, building an ADU has never been easier. We have answers to all of your questions, so click on our "Contact" page and request more information today. Not all properties qualify for this program, but our experienced team will walk you through the process and schedule a consultation for you as soon as possible.
As an educator, I was saddened to read the recent article about Etoria Cheeks, a hard-working Math teacher who could not find affordable housing in the Bay Area. We need to do more to help teachers, and that is why we developed the PATH system as a solution to this issue. If you are a teacher in need of affordable housing, or one that would like to partner with us to help, please fill out the form on the Contact Us page for more information. To read the full article from the Chronicle about Ms. Cheeks, please click HERE.