City of Thousand Oaks Retrofit (Code Compliance) When Selling

Most Realtors in Thousand Oaks commonly ‘waive’ RPA governmental code compliance when selling, even though given the option, many sellers would opt for a ‘retrofit’ or ‘code compliance’ inspection upon sale to cover their liability.

When selling a home in the city of Thousand Oaks and anywhere in the county of Ventura, the following items should be checked by a ‘dis-interested’ and independent third party retrofitter for full compliance. This ensures all parties, including sellers, agents and their brokers, will be covered in case of problems after the close of escrow.

As always, check with your escrow officer and office broker on their policy for governmental code compliance when selling.

Smoke detectors in each bedroom, bedroom hallway, and on each floor. Seismic EQ valve on gas meter is not required. Carbon monoxide detector on each level at least. Hot Water heater double strapped. Low flow toilets and showerhead in each bathroom. Other code compliance may apply.

Call us with any questions you may have at 310-800-4418.

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City of Thousand Oaks

2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd

Thousand Oaks, CA 91362


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