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ADU Resale Information
Sellers
If you are interested in selling your ADU Program property, please click on the link below to access the ADU Resale Form. The information provided will enable you to enter your property information into the web-based resale system. You, as the seller, must set up your listing. Please click on the additional link below, which will lead you to the document entitled "Seller's Guide to Viewing ADUs on the Resale Website" and follow the instructions provided. Please include a complete description of your home including the type of heat, square footage of the home, number of bedrooms, bathrooms and if the property has a garage. In addition, please include what your monthly condo/HOA fees are and what the fee includes. Please see also, "Suggestions for Efficient Resale Process" and "Reimbursable Home Improvements" documents listed below.


Suggestions for Efficient Resale Process
Please click on the link below to be taken to the guide that offers suggestions to ensuring that the resale process proceeds in a timely manner.


Reimbursable Home Improvements
ADU Program guidelines allow homeowners to increase the value of the ADU property when they make ADU Program-approved improvements to the home. Please click on the link below to be taken to the guide "Reimbursable Home Improvements" for more information.

In order to receive reimbursement for approved home improvements, the seller is required to submit the following documentation prior to the home being offered for sale through the program:

    1. Photographs of the completed improvement(s)
    2. Copy of original paid-in-full reciept(s)
    3. Copy of documentation from Loudoun County that the home improvement was inspected
        and passed inspection (for improvements like a deck, finishing a basement, adding a bath  
        or half-bath and anything involving electrical and/or plumbing work).
    4. If you cannot provide reciepts, or if the seller performed the home improvement, the seller
       can pay a Virginia-licensed appraiser to appraise the home improvements that were made
       and assign a value to the improvement.
    5. If a fence, deck or patio was completed, a letter from the Homeowners/Condominium
       Association must be submitted to the Department of Family Services indicating that the
       fence, deck or patio was approved.



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