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By Frank Dolski Associate Broker | Agent in 18901
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Southampton, Property Q&A in Southampton, Home Ownership in Southampton  |  April 13, 2014 11:06 AM  |  389 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Glen Mills, Property Q&A in Glen Mills, Home Ownership in Glen Mills  |  April 10, 2014 11:59 AM  |  465 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling, Property Q&A, Home Ownership  |  April 10, 2014 6:34 AM  |  247 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Perkasie, Property Q&A in Perkasie, Home Ownership in Perkasie  |  April 10, 2014 6:32 AM  |  314 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling, Property Q&A, Home Ownership  |  April 10, 2014 6:31 AM  |  196 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling in Warrington, Property Q&A in Warrington, Home Ownership in Warrington  |  April 10, 2014 6:10 AM  |  331 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
  • What is a U & O? Does Every Township Require Them?

    Posted Under: Home Selling, Property Q&A, Home Ownership  |  April 10, 2014 6:09 AM  |  201 views  |  No comments
    As an Associate Broker/Realtor, my job is to inform buyers and sellers if a U & O is required prior to settlement.  This Typically from State to State, Township to Township and is a very important aspect of being able to settle on a property.


    According to the definition in Wikopedia, a U & O is:

    1. Use and Occupancy. An official authorization or permit to inhabit a building or dwelling, usually issued upon successful completion of a final building inspection after construction and/or renovation is complete. Also referred to as a "certificate of occupancy" or "occupancy permit".

    I list and sell many homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One of the areas that requires a U & O is Wawrick Township.  This is required for all new construction and for resale. The use and occupancy requirements vary form each area and it is imperative as a Realtor, buyer or seller, that you familiarize yourself in the areas which you are looking to purchase or sell a home. Typically, you can go to the township website and obtain the information and forms for this process.

    Buckingham Township only requires a U & O for new construction and not for resale. Chalfont Boro requires a U & O for new construction and resale but Solebury Township only requires one for new construction. As you may well find out, they differ in scope in each area.  In fact, there are ordinances that must be followed in each township and fines could be given.  Please give yourself 3 to 4 weeks for inspection prior to settlement and any items that need repair must be done prior to settlement unless that area issues a temporary U & O which gives the new owners time after settlement to repair the issues if any. Some of the items that are tested are smoke detectors, indoor fire sprinklers and more.  

    Please contact me if you are cons1dering to list or buy a home and I will be glad to assist you in this process. There is a difference!

    Frank Dolski   MBA, ABR, e-PRO
    Associate Broker
    Certified Relocation Specialist
    Previews Luxury Home Specialist
    Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
    215-803-3237 (mobile)
    215-794-1070 x-103
    f.dolski@cbhearthside.com
    www.FrankDolski.Com
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