What does the inspector look for?
The inspector is looking for hazards to health and safety, as well as conditions that would cause deterioration of the property. Generally speaking, items that violate today’s building code, but were acceptable under the code for the year the building was constructed, would not be cited unless the item poses a hazard.

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1. What is a Rental Dwelling License?
2. How do I renew my rental license?
3. What happens after the application and fee have been submitted?
4. How can I prepare for an inspection?
5. What has changed in the rental dwelling ordinance?
6. When is a license required?
7. How much does it cost?
8. What is the definition of a rental dwelling?
9. What is a rental complex?
10. How do I apply for a rental license?
11. What does the inspector look for?
12. Are the licenses transferable?
13. Where can I get more information?