Senate Bill 9
Brick Work provides a SB9 Report that will show you the highest and best use for your qualified single family lot.
What is in our report?
We will feature two scenarios for example (Duplex and 2 ADUs) or (Lot Split with 2 Duplexes).
They are both massed using Revit with the max buildable sq ft, height limit, parking requirements, etc.
How to use our SB9 report?
Realtors can help attract a wider audience to their listings from developers to buyers that are interested in building units in their backyard.
Developers can better prospect and Homeowners can build rental income units to create intergenerational wealth.
Why You Need SB9 Reports
Combat housing crisis
Helps combat Los Angeles and California’s housing crisis
Create rental property
Allows home owners to become home builders and create a rental property without buying a new property
Increase property value
Increases the value of your property
Will encourage density and development in cities
Can create a living space for future generations.
Allows home owners to better utilize wasted space in single family lots
Preferred partner network
We have a network of architects, general contractors, civil engineers and modular home builders we can refer you to.
MODULAR HOME BUILDERS
Working with Brick Work gives me transparency into precisely what you can potentially build on the site, if its located in an opportunity zone, and who you need to contact in the local government. The first thing I do when I am working on a potential deal is to run it thru Brick Work. Recently they helped me closed on a $35,000,000 deal in south Los Angeles, and I will continue to use them in the future.
Daughrity Real Estate
Brick Work has been a very useful tool for me and my team. We especially appreciate their quick turnaround time and their availability to answer our questions.
Provide answers to questions that people ask the most.
How do you determine the buildable square feet of my lot?
Every city has its own method in determining maximum buildable square footage. Some cities like LA City use Floor Area Ratio (FAR), while some cities use Parcel Coverage.