I own a property with three rental units. Does it need to be registered and inspected?

All rental properties should be registered with the Bureau of Rental Housing Inspection. Multiple-family dwellings that contain interior common areas, such as hallways, laundry rooms, or basements, must have a fire inspection of the common areas once per year. Please contact the Bureau of Fire Safety for more information. The individual apartments, however, are required to be registered and inspected by the State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs.

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1. Does Princeton have a guide for how much a landlord can raise the rent?
2. I plan on renting one room in my home. Do I need to have an inspection?
3. I own a property with three rental units. Does it need to be registered and inspected?
4. I was told that the previous owner had already registered the property and was exempt from bi-annual inspection. Are there any forms I need to fill out?
5. Do I need to have my rental property inspected in between tenants?