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I'm selling my residential property. If I need an inspection, how do I schedule it?
For one and two family residential dwellings the City requires either a Truth-in-Sale of Housing inspection, or a letter of Code Compliance, or a current Fire Certificate of Occupancy. If the dwelling is a Registered Vacant Building, you may ask the Code Compliance Inspector (call 651-266-8989) for a letter of Code Compliance. If the dwelling is being rented or is NOT owner-occupied, then you should contact the Fire Marshal's Office, Fire Certificate of Occupancy program (call 651-266-8989) for a copy of your current Certificate of Occupancy. In these two cases, if you do not have or do not want to get, a letter of Code Compliance or Fire Certificate of Occupancy you must get a Truth-in-Sale of Housing report. Even if you have a letter of Code Compliance or a Fire Certificate of Occupancy, you may also get a Truth-in-Sale of Housing report, but it would not be required.

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1. I'm selling my residential property. If I need an inspection, how do I schedule it?
2. Who do I contact for a Truth-in-Sale of Housing Inspection?
3. What is a Truth-in-Sale of Housing Report?
4. If the evaluators find hazards during the inspection, will I have to make repairs?
5. When should the evaluation be done?
6. How long is the Truth-in-Sale of Housing report valid?
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