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Constructing ADUs and Financing Through Non-QM or Reverse Mortgages
Get an overview of the current state and local laws concerning Accessory Dwelling Units, options for creating these units, and the types of costs you can expect. We will then cover some of the new ways that property owners are financing the construction of these units when they may not qualify for more traditional loans.

01:25:00

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Steve Edrington
President @Adapt Dwellings, Inc.
Steve Edrington is a Certified Property Manager, Certified Commercial Investment Member, Residential Building Code Inspector, and has over 25 years’ experience as a broker, investor, and developer. His company, Adapt Dwellings, specializes in accessory dwelling units (ADUs) created from converting existing space or legalizing existing unpermitted units. They also design custom ground-up units. Steve has managed over 50 rehabs of single-family homes, condos, and apartment units with extensive experience in adding value through ADUs. He is the former President and Executive Director of the East Bay Rental Housing Association.
Sean Murphy
Senior Vice President of Lending @Guaranteed Rate Affinity
I am a VP of Mortgage Lending at Guaranteed Rate Affinity. NMLS# 297731. Guaranteed Rate Affinity NMLS# 1598647. Current member of 2020 & 2021 GRA - President's Club having closed over $100M in residential mortgage loans these past two years. Thinking of refinancing or purchasing a home? I'll help you understand your financing options so you can make informed decisions. And if you’re a real estate agent/financial advisor/CPA/Attorney, let’s connect and work together to help your clients secure financing to buy a home. We have a full Digital Mortgage Platform allowing for 21 day closes; 30 jumbo investors and other brokered resources that do not require income documentation to offer you choice in positioning you to win in today's competitive marketplace.
Mary Jo Lafaye
Home Equity Retirement Specialist @Mutual of Omaha
Mary Jo Lafaye has been a Home Equity Retirement Income Specialist for over 19 years. She is a national educator in her field, and has been published in many academic journals. Mary Jo’s focus is How and When to use Home Equity to Fund One's Retirement. Cash Flow, Liquidity, Longevity, and Legacy are the Four Pillars of Retirement Planning, and these are the challenges she helps her clients and their advisors overcome. If you're 55 or over and own a single-family home, 1-4 unit building, or a condo, you can now use part of your largest asset --your home equity, to improve your *tax-free retirement income stream while still retaining full ownership of your home. *consult a tax advisor