If I am purchasing an already registered rental, do I need to have an inspection?

If you are purchasing a rental property, please notify the Code Enforcement Officer to complete a transfer of ownership. A notice is required ninety-six (96) hours after a rental property is sold, transferred, conveyed, or otherwise disposed of ownership, interest or control. This notice should include the name and address of the person that is purchasing or gaining control of the property. Additionally, you will need to re-register the property under your name and contact information. The rental inspection certificate will continue to be in good standing until the date of its original expiration, if approved. 

Failure to re-register and/or notify the Code Enforcement Officer within thirty (30) days will result in the revocation and suspension of a rental certificate.

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1. When will rental inspections begin?