4. A rental conversion fee, paid when owner-occupied units are converted to rental status. The conversion fee and rental license fee cover the first year’s license and initial inspection, along with one follow-up inspection.
License applications are due two months prior to license expiration. If you do not know when your license expires please contact 952-895-4440.
5. Proactive inspection of ALL rental properties for building and fire code compliance every three years. As proposed, 1/3 of an apartment complex's units would be inspected each year. Individual Unit rentals (single-family, condo, townhomes, manufactured homes) would be inspected once every three years.
6. Proactive inspection of all MULTI-UNIT APARTMENT rental property common spaces and exteriors for fire code compliance every year.
7. Provisions requiring property to be in good repair and non-hazardous, and language to strengthen rental license revocation provisions (making license revocation an option for failure to implement the Minnesota Crime Free Housing Lease Addendum and clarifying that outstanding property maintenance, building code or fire code violations can result in license revocation). This is meant to streamline enforcement actions on poorly maintained and unsanitary units.
8. Expanded and clarified definitions; providing a better-defined process for compliance with correction orders including appeals; and including procedural provisions for revocation, suspension, denials and reinstatement of licenses.
9. Ordinance violation results in license revocation, rather than a misdemeanor.
10. The Rental Licensing Department must be notified of any management changes that occur for your rental property. This includes single home or multi-unit owners that are current rental license holders. Click here for the Property Management Change form.