Anyone can live in an "in-law" suite, not just a mother-in-law.
Then, why do we call it a MIL suite?
There are many ways to use this extra space, including returning kids, grandkids, college students, visiting guests, blended families, home office suites, workout studios, and yes, suites for parents.
This space can provide aging in place with privacy and independence. Perfect (instead of a facility) for supporting family members with assisted living or a separate apartment when it might not be affordable. It's a good plan for the future.
When not in use, allow your home to produce extra income by renting out this portion of your home. And in many cases, it can bring future equity.
Buyers right now are asking for homes with this extra space. And the homes needed are in all price ranges.
One wants to bring a sibling to live with them, another is for a single mom and baby, one is for a mother/grandma, and another is for college kids attending nearby universities.
If you are thinking about selling your home and having a parent's suite or whatever you want to name it, please call me because I have the buyers.
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