saint louis county: Unincorporated St. Louis County Occupancy Permits, good or bad? - 07/11/07 03:08 AM
So, I'm just trying to get some responses from what different professionals think about this.
For those of you not in the St. Louis area, St. Louis County consists of 91 municipalities, all with their own rules regarding real estate. There is also a large chunk of the county that is unincorporated. As of July 1, all unincorporated areas require an occupancy permit for change of occupancy. It is a little early to tell how all this will shake out, but I have heard a few rumblings.
Here is the checklist to prepare your home for the inspection. If you look at that, … (4 comments)

saint louis county: St. Louis Area Occupancy Permits - 07/11/07 02:55 AM
So, you're buying a new house. Congratulations! Now, before you can move in, you may need an occupancy permit.
These are nothing new. Many municipalities around the St. Louis area have been requiring them for years. Now St. Louis County is requiring them in all unincorporated areas. You should find out before you purchase your new home, whether you will need an occupancy permit to move in. It would be a tragedy to find out you can't live in your new home until you have some work done. Many times, the seller is responsible for getting the occupancy permit, but make sure … (2 comments)


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