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How do I find out if permits were taken out for additions made on a home i'm buying?

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June 04 2010 - Glendale
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City web sites are the best and easiest way to obtain this information
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June 08 2010
If there is a Realtor involved ask them to get copy from seller. Glendale City Hall - Building Permit Dept. would be another source. If seller did work themselves there may not have been a building permit required but Building Permit Dept can tell you about requirements and exemptions.
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June 04 2010
Dear S:

The city of Glendale's permitting departmetnt will be pleased to help you. Just provide your property address or ask the seller to provide them to you. Either way.

May I wish you the best with your purchase.

Regards, Jeff
Jeff Masich, Realtor
HomeSmart
Scottsdale
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June 04 2010
The city of the Glendale or the city of the property you are buying will have the permit on file. You'll need to contact the City to confirm they have a permit.

If it's for an enclosed garage, the chances are it will not have a permit. That's been my experience. Good luck and feel free to call me with any questions.

Daniel Reynolds
Designated Broker | Realtor
Broker Executives, Inc.
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June 04 2010

Contact the local appraisal district and see if they have record of the addition.

If they know about it, more than likely permits were pulled.

Contact local building codes department if located inside the city limits.

Good Luck!

James Callas - Realtor©
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June 04 2010
Hi  I am Chrissy Martin a local Real Estate Agent.  You only have to go to the building inspector and request a list of permits that have been taken out for the property.   Did you already put an offer in?
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