I just saw this article and immediately thought of all my Encino home buyers, who share the same thoughts with me. (MCT)—New home buyers are coming back, but they don’t want the same old McMansion.
Assuming the craftmanship and installation is done correctly, then no, it is not a mistake. I have two personal friends who have the type of pool you describe. One bought a house with the pool already in the yard; and the other had thiers installed. Both love their repsective pools, and have not had any issues with them at all. Good luck, and enjoy!... more
Hello, my name is Steve Kossover, I'm a contractor in the Encino Area and I can give you a free estimate on the work you'd like to do. Give me a call and we can talk, Thanks.
My number is 818.486.5953... more
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1) You bought this as a condo unit and the certificate of occupancy Apartment?
2) Were the other "attached" units bought and sold as condos?
If so then you or the seller can go to local B&S and request a change of occupancy, it should not cost anything it must have been an oversight, or there was never a final inspection on that particular unit.
It should not be any problem if the other units were changed.
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