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If a homeowner is selling a property from one homeowner, to another homeowner, then NO occupancy permit is required.
However, any homeowner that is trying to rent a property (whether it is a Single Family Residence, Villa, Condo, Apartment, etc), then they must receive a Residential Rental Property Occupancy Permit.
The Applications Fee is as follows:
If the rental dwelling fails the initial inspection, an additional $160 re-inspection fee is required.
Currently, only checks and cash are accepted as payment.