St. Pete homeowners could rent space on property to help solve affordable housing crisis

Econ & Housing

Secondary dwellings and the housing crisis Briona Arradondo reportsST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – St. Petersburg homeowners could soon be able to rent out space on their own property to help solve the affordable housing crisis. St. Pete city council members approved moving forward Thursday on allowing more “granny flats” or accessory dwelling units (ADUs) give homeowners…

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