After Passing Inspection
(Best way to schedule your RRIO Inspection)
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Address of Property to Inspect
Note: Tenants must receive at least 48 hrs prior notice of the inspection. (Download "Notice of Inspection")
Total Number of Units
20% of the units will be inspected. (Rounded up to the "nearest whole number") i.e. 6 units x 20% = 1.2 or rounded up to 2 units. Maximum of 50 rental units in any one property. (SMC 22.214.050.G.1) The city assigns the units to be inspected. I will contact the city prior to the inspection for the units to be inspected.
City of Seattle's Due Date
If you schedule with me I can get your due date extended if needed. If you don't have a Due Date or a Record ID# you probably haven't been notified by the City of Seattle. You can still proceed with the inspection but it is not required at this time.
City of Seattle's Inspection Record ID#
If you don't have this number or a Due Date you probably haven't been notified by the City of Seattle. You can still proceed with the inspection but it is not required at this time.
Contact Phone Number
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Property Owner/Agent Information
RRIO's $40 Administrative Fee
Seattle Inspectors pays fee to City. ($5 surcharge)
Property owner pays fee to City.
On 1/22/19, the City levied a $40 administrative fee for the privilege to use a private inspector. After the property passes the inspection you can go the City of Seattle's RRIO portal and pay the fee to receive the Cert of Compliance. If you don't want the hassle, I will pay the $40 fee for an additional $5 surcharge. FYI-- The City of Seattle charges $175 upfront for the 1st unit.
Upload RRIO Inspection Request (optional)
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Within 24 hrs of completing the form I will either e-mail or call to confirm the date and time that works best for you and your tenants.
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