City of San Fernando Retrofit (Code Compliance) Requirements When Selling

The City has adopted the Residential Property Pre-Sale Inspection and Report Program (“the Program”) in order to protect purchasers of residential real property within the city that may be unaware of any un-permitted construction or other unlawful conditions at the property they are considering buying. The Program requires sellers to submit a Residential Property Pre-Sale Inspection Application and obtain the resulting pre-sale inspection report before they sell any residential property.

The Program applies to all residential properties within the city, with the exception of hotels, motels, mobile homes, and mobile home parks. The Program assures that purchasers are provided with a report of city records related to the structure at the property, and of any code violations as identified by a city inspection of the property prior to the sale or exchange of residential property.

The Program is also intended to protect and promote the existence of safe residential buildings, dwelling units, and neighborhoods by the enforcement of regulations designed to correct and prevent the sale or transfer residential buildings and dwelling units that are dangerous, deficient, substandard or unsanitary.

This city program usually will supersede any type of code compliance or retrofit inspection, but check with your escrow officer to see if a retrofit inspection is needed whether before or after the city inspection. RPA may require an independent retrofit inspection.

More information below:

City of San Fernando

City Hall | 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340

(818) 898-1227 |

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