Yes. If you decide that you want to rent your home, or any part of your home, you must first register your rental property with the Bureau of Fire Safety & Housing Inspection, and also have a rental housing inspection to prove your home complies with the Princeton Rental Housing Code. Your home must be registered AND inspected BEFORE you allow tenants to occupy. Thereafter, depending on the situation, your home may have to be inspected every 2 years until it ceases to be a rental property (that is, the owner of the home resides in the home exclusively.)

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