Conversion Inspection for Rental Properties
Conversion Fee: $1,000.00
(Conversion Fee Discounts)
Whenever a dwelling is converted into a rental property, it must be inspected for compliance with minimum housing standards.
What qualifies as a Conversion?
- Single family homes when the property was previously owner-occupied or has not been licensed for 12 months
- Duplexes and triplexes with separate property ID numbers
- Condominium, co-op, and townhouse units in buildings with one to five units whose units have separate property ID numbers and have not had a license in for 12 months
- Certificate of Occupancy (new construction) in the past three years
- Certificate of Code Compliance (condemnation, rehab) issued within the last 12 months
- Non-profit organizations (if they provide proof of this status)
- Single family dwellings that have had a valid rental license in the 12 months
- Condominium, co-op, or townhouse buildings containing more than six units
- Qualifying relative homestead properties
- Mixed-use commercial properties (one to four units would be considered a change of ownership)
Last updated Sep 23, 2015