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2351 N 193rd Street

Shoreline, WA 98133

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RENTAL INSPECTIONS

RENTAL INSPECTION services

RRIO Inspection

The Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance (RRIO) was established by the Seattle City Council. Since 2014, all rental property owners in Seattle have been required to register their properties with the city. Inspectors are required to make sure all registered properties comply with the minimum housing and safety standards at least once every 10 years. RRIO helps ensure that all rental housing in Seattle is safe and meets basic housing maintenance requirements.

Contact us for more information regarding the RRIO program.

 

Leasing Inspection

Designed to help smooth the leasing inspection process for both landlords and tenants, this is one of the most important steps in the leasing process. Preservation Home inspectors walk with the landlord or rental agent and tenant(s) through the rental unit to determine if there are any issues that need attention prior to the tenant taking occupancy. The inspector documents the current condition of the rental unit through photographs. The inspector then provides a copy of the documentation to both the renter and the landlord and holds a copy on file for 1 year.

 

Lease Termination Inspection

Typically performed as a follow up to the leasing inspection, this inspection ensures both the landlord and the tenant are provided with the same information used to discuss the “move out” condition of a rental unit in order to carry out the final steps of a lease agreement. Preservation Home inspectors walk with the landlord or rental agent and tenant(s) through the rental unit to determine if there are any issues that need attention prior to the tenant releasing occupancy back to the landlord. The inspector documents the current condition of the rental unit through photographs. The inspector then provides a copy of the documentation to both the renter and the landlord.