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Adding and Legalizing Units as ADUs
LEARN HOW TO ADD VALUE TO YOUR PROPERTY WITH AN ADU
New California laws are making it easier for single-family and multi-family property owners to earn additional rental income and add value to their properties by adding one or more accessory dwelling units (ADUs). Join our upcoming webinar to learn more!

FEATURING A PANEL OF EXPERTS:
Steve Edrington, CCIM, CPM - Real Estate Broker, Investor, and ADU Consultant
Daniel Bornstein - Real Estate Attorney

TOPICS INCLUDE:
- An overview of the newly enacted state legislation
- Updates on local regulations in the Bay Area
- How to fix an illegal unit
- How to add new units in compliance with the law
- Q&A with our panel of experts

Sep 30, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Steven Edrington
President @Edrington & Associates, Adapt Dwellings
Steve Edrington is a Certified Property Manager, Certified Commercial Investment Member, and Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant with over 25 years’ experience as a broker, investor, and developer. As President of Edrington & Associates and Adapt Dwellings, he helps property owners with buying and selling properties and converting and legalizing spaces into accessory dwelling units (ADUs). He is an experienced consultant on code enforcement issues, navigating planning and building departments, and local rent boards. Steve is a sought-after expert in landlord/tenant disputes including wrongful eviction, habitability, and premises liability. Steve has managed over 50 rehabs of single-family homes, condos, and apartment units with extensive experience in condo conversions and accessory dwelling units. He is the former President and Executive Director of the East Bay Rental Housing Association.
Daniel Bornstein
Founding Attorney @Bornstein Law
As the founding attorney of Bornstein Law, Daniel is a well-respected authority in landlord-tenant disputes and property management issues. With over 23 years of experience in handling real estate and civil litigation throughout the Bay Area, he also manages rental properties, is instrumental in completing real estate transactions and is renowned for his educational seminars. With deep knowledge in the complex laws governing landlord-tenant relationships, core practice areas include navigating thorny regulations in rent-controlled jurisdictions and effectuating vacancies through creative legal vehicles, with exceptional skill in crafting and executing proper and enforceable tenant buyout agreements, as well as assisting owners or close relatives recover a tenant-occupied rental unit for their own use.