California, which is leaving no stone unturned in its effort to encourage the growth of new housing, has enacted a new law that allows single-family homeowners who build a Granny Flat on their property to sell it as a separate unit.

Well, let's say the Golden State sort of enacted this new incentive for its Granny Flat initiative. As in, metropolitan areas can opt out of the new law, which also directs Granny to start a homeowners' association.

There are other permutations of the new law being worked out, like the pricing of Granny Flats that are built on single-family lots.

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