Is a Certificate of Occupancy legally required when buying a house that has been rehab in Kansas City, KS?

Asked by Jimmy, Fountain Valley, CA Wed Feb 15, 2012

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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Wed Feb 15, 2012
Jimmy,

The catch here may be to what extent the property was rehabbed......it would be fair to assume that a major rehabilation would require a new CO while more mild projects may be able to get by without one.

Your best bet for accurate information is to pay a visit to your local municipality and inquire. It would be helpful to have a clear understanding of the extent of your project.

Good luck,

Bill
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