Updated Nov 2018
The following Minnesota cities require Truth in Housing or “Point of Sale” inspection, either before listing or before sale. These are in the Minneapolis/St Paul metro area. Some cities will require that hazardous items be repaired before sale – others will only require disclosure. Check with your city for requirements.
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City of Brooklyn Park Point of Sale Housing Inspections As of the summer of 2013, the city of Brooklyn Park no longer requires Point of Sale Inspections.
The City of Brooklyn Park
Crystal Housing Maintenance Compliance Inspection As of the end of September 2015, the City of Crystal no longer requires Point of Sale Inspections.
The City of Crystal
The City of Golden Valley
As of January 2016 Osseo no longer requires a truth in housing inspection.
The City of Osseo
Richfield Municipal Center
6700 Portland Avenue
Richfield, MN. 55423 —-by mail or in person
St Louis Park
South St Paul