Residential multi-family properties for rent.
Every individual, partnership, association and corporation doing business in Philadelphia must file a Business Income and Receipts Tax Return in whether or not they earned a profit during the preceding year. Rental activities are usually considered business activities.
An Activity License is required for all businesses and non-profits operating in Philadelphia. This includes businesses that are located outside the city limits but do some or all of their business activity in the City.
This license is required of any entity that rents any type of housing unit. (It is also known as a Housing Rental License.)
All private dumpsters required a lifetime license from the Department of Licenses and Inspections.
This license is required to ensure appropriate levels of safety are maintained in existing residential and nonresidential high rise structures.
This form is used for property owners who do not reside in properties they own and the tenant does not pay rent.
A Certificate of Occupancy is required as a condition of a change in the use and occupancy of a space in accordance with the International Building Code. Certificates of Occupancy are also required for all new construction and building additions.
Philadelphia’s Art Commission is a charter-mandated design review board for architecture and public art.
The Philadelphia Historical Commission (PHC) is the regulatory agency responsible for ensuring the preservation of historically significant buildings, structures, sites, objects, interiors and districts in the City of Philadelphia.
Building permits are required before beginning projects to enlarge, repair, change, add to or demolish a structure, and to install equipment or systems in a structure.