952 East 72nd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103    Phone: (216) 631-0085

TERMS OF SALE: A 10,000.00 CASH OR CERTIFIED FUND NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT WILL BE COLLECTED AT THE TIME OF BIDDING FROM THE WINNING BIDDER.

 

The land is described as follows:

Situated in Cleveland Heights county of Cuyahoga and state of Ohio: And known as being Sublot No. 182 in the Euclid Heights Re-allotment of Euclid Heights allotment of part of Original one hundred acres lot Nos. 398, 404, 405, 406, and part of Original Euclid Township Lot Nos. 7 and 8, as shown by the recorded plat of said Re-Allotment in Volume 36 of Maps, Page 2 to 15, both inclusive and 17 of Cuyahoga  county records.

 

Permanent Parcel No. 685-11-025

Building Record Number
1
Occupancy Class
1-FAMILY
Story Height
1.5
Style
CAPE COD
Age
1920
Exterior Walls
FRAME
Condition
AVERAGE
Construction Quality
C+ / AVERAGE+
Roof Type
GABLE
Roof Material
ASPH-SHINGLE
Heat Type
FORCED-AIR
Air Conditioning
NONE
Attic Type
NONE
Basement Type
BASEMENT
Basement Square Feet
1548
Basement Finished
0
Rooms
7
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
2
Half Baths
0
Garage Type
DETACHED
Garage Capacity
2
Garage Age
1960
Garage Size
480
Living Area Basement
0
Living Area 1
1548
Living Area 2
774
Living Area Upper
0
Living Area Total
2322
Floor Location
Party Wall

Site Amenities

Description
Measure
  1. FIREPLACE 1-STY
    1
  2. OPEN PORCH
    180

     

  3. BUYER WILL BE ASSUMING ALL VIOLATIONS
  4. SEE BELOW FOR THE CITY’S REPORT

HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT

 

POINT OF SALE CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION

 

CASE 21-001791
PARCEL 68511025
TO:  MARILYN KABB
2728 EUCLID HTS BLVDCLEVELAND HTS, OH 44106
PROPERTY INSPECTED: 
2728 EUCLID HEIGHTS BLVD
TYPE OF STRUCTURE: 
TYPE OF INSPECTION: 
Point of Sale Inspection
INSPECTION DATE: Apr 09, 2021
COMPLIANCE DUE DATE: Jul 09, 2021 Inspector: Len Antonelli

CERTIFICATE EXPIRES Apr 09, 2022; after this date, a new Point of Sale inspection is required before a transfer of property can take place. This Certificate of Inspection, however, will continue to be used as the City’s instrument for determining code compliance, unless it is replaced by a new Point of Sale Inspection. Please note that Point of Sale reinspection notices are NOT to be used in lieu of the Certificate of Inspection.

 

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The City of Cleveland Heights has undertaken its Point of Sale inspection program for the benefit of the community as a whole. These inspections are not performed with the intention or purpose of benefiting or assisting any individual. In performing such Point of Sale inspections, and subsequent reinspections, the City is fulfilling its duty to the entire citizenry of Cleveland Heights to protect the health and safety of its citizens and to maintain property values by identifying code violations that create the potential of injury or which adversely affect the value of the property. These violations also provide for the minimum, ongoing maintenance of the property.

RELIANCE ON CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION 

In issuing the Certificate of Inspection, the City of Cleveland Heights does not ensure, warrant, or guarantee that the certificate contains all the violations of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland Heights. The City does not guarantee that all violations have been found nor does it warrant the repairs made pursuant to inspection. The Certificate shall be considered by all parties the City’s best effort to make known the violations on the property at the time of the original inspection.

SCOPE OF INSPECTION 

As notes above the Point of Sale Certificate of Inspection represents the City’s best effort to make known the repairs necessary for a safe and well-maintained property. This inspection report does not represent that all violations have been found, or that when repairs are completed, a property is “violation-free”.

  • The inspection itself is primarily a visual check of a property’s major systems – electrical, plumbing, heating, and general structural condition (walls, foundations, supports, etc.). Inspectors will physically check outlets with circuit testers, operate light switches, and will turn on plumbing fixtures to determine whether these items are operating properly.
  • Items or areas that are hidden from view, for example, plumbing and wiring behind walls, above dropped ceilings, or in inaccessible crawl spaces are not inspected. Inspectors generally do not move furniture or possessions for inspection purposes nor do they disassemble fuse boxes, circuit breakers, furnaces, or other machinery or appliances.
  • The inspection does not certify the operation of furnaces, air conditioners, or hot water tanks. Home appliances are not subject to inspection unless their condition represents a safety hazard.
  • The inspection is not a guarantee that a roof does not leak or that a foundation is free from a water seepage problem. Where there is evidence of roof or foundation leakage problems – standing water in a basement, water on walls, active leaks in roofs or ceilings – a violation will be stated and repairs required.
  • The inspection does not guarantee that a home is free from vermin infestation.
  • The inspection generally will not address minor cosmetic defects involving painting, plastering, and wallpapering. It is expected that purchasers will decorate to taste.

Prospective purchasers are urged to carefully review the attached inspection report. The City, however, expects that your standards surpass the minimum health, safety, and maintenance codes established by the City of Cleveland Heights. If you have questions involving items beyond the scope of the inspection, please pursue them with either the seller or real estate agent.

USE OF CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION, CHAPTER 1329, SECTION .05, POINT OF SALE ORDINANCE

(a) Title to any property in the City shall not be transferred unless an escrow account with an amount of money equal to at least one hundred twenty-five percent (125%) of the estimated cost of correction of all outstanding Class “A” violations has been established and approved in writing by the Building Commissioner. In lieu of the establishment of an escrow account hereunder, a purchaser may present proof of a commitment for a 203K or rehabilitation loan from a recognized lending institution in an amount adequate to correct all Class “A” violations as approved by the Building Commissioner.

(b) The signed Acknowledgment Form must be deposited in escrow and a copy provided to the Housing Inspection Department as a condition of transfer of title.

This is to advise you that you are in violation of the CODIFIED ORDINANCES of the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio as indicated below.

FURTHER INSPECTIONS WILL BE MADE AS NOTED TO DETERMINE IF CORRECTIVE MEASURES HAVE BEEN TAKEN.
If the violation(s) have not been corrected by the date(s) indicated, appropriate legal action will be taken to force compliance.

 

PLEASE SEE INFORMATION SHEET TO LEARN MORE ABOUT INSPECTION PROCESS AND PROCEDURES.
If you want further information regarding this notice, please call 216-291-5900.

When permits are required as a result of code violations, all repairs must conform to applicable codes (National Electrical Code, Ohio Plumbing Code, Residential Code of Ohio).
FOR PERMIT INFORMATION CONTACT THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT AT 216-291-4900

 

INSPECTION INFORMATION SHEET

Q: WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT MY INSPECTION OR ABOUT A VIOLATION?

A: Should you have any questions about your inspection, contact the inspector whose name is at the bottom of the report by calling 291-5900. The best times to call are between 8:30 and 9:00 a.m., 1:00 to 1:15 p.m., or 4:30 to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you wish, you may call at any time during the day and leave a message; the inspector will return your call. If your questions can not be answered over the phone, or you wish to meet with an inspector in person, you may call and schedule an advisory appointment. The advisory may take place at the property in question or in the inspector’s office at Cleveland Heights City Hall.

Q: HOW DO I APPEAL VIOLATIONS?

A: If you wish to appeal a violation, contact the Chief Inspector at 216-291-4971. If the Chief Inspector is not available, leave your name, address, and telephone number and your call will be returned. Again, please call and schedule an appointment if you wish to meet in person at the property or in the Housing Inspection Office at Cleveland Heights City Hall.

Q: CAN I GET MORE TIME TO COMPLETE REPAIRS (Extensions)

A: The City of Cleveland Heights requires that repairs called for in housing inspection notices be completed within 90 days. While the City hopes that repairs are done as soon as possible, we recognize that it is not always possible for property owners to achieve code compliance in that amount of time, especially when major repairs are needed.

For example, a property owner may face the replacement of a garage, driveway, or roof. In other cases, an entire house or garage may need painting, or substantial plumbing or electrical work may be needed. Also, the weather may prevent some exterior repairs from going forward, or time may be needed to find a contractor. At the same time, the ability to finance repairs may be a factor.

In consideration of these circumstances, the City may grant property owners additional time to complete the repairs provided, however, that satisfactory progress has been made in addressing the violations.

The Housing Inspection Department monitors progress through reinspections which are conducted shortly after the compliance date. After this review, supervisory staff, in consultation with the inspector, will determine if and for what duration an extension will be granted. In considering your case, staff will take into account the condition of the property, number, and scope of repairs, weather conditions, and overall progress. The length of time granted for an extension may range from 30 to 180 days. The City will expect rapid compliance if a property is in extreme disrepair, has serious health or safety violations, or blights a neighborhood.

When the City confirms the correction of all identified violations, property owners will receive either a compliance document or a “Thank You” notice.

Property owners who are not making progress may be issued a summons to appear in Housing Court. It is the City’s hope, however, that this option can be avoided. Therefore, if extenuating circumstances delay your repair efforts, please contact us so we can review your situation.

Individuals with financial difficulties are urged to consider the various housing repair and loan programs offered by the City’s Housing Preservation office at 216-291-4877.

The Home Repair Resource Center is available to provide assistance with finding contractors, repair advice, on-site repair consultations, and many other homeowner services including financial assistance for qualifying applicants. Hands-on repair classes and clinics are also available. HRRC staff can be reached at 216-381-6100 or visit us on the web at WWW.HRRC-CH.ORG

If you have questions regarding the extension policy, please call the Housing Inspections Department at 216-291-5900.

 

HOUSING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT

CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
CASE 21-001791
PARCEL 68511025
PROPERTY INSPECTED:
2728 EUCLID HEIGHTS BLVD
TYPE OF STRUCTURE:
TYPE OF INSPECTION:
Point of Sale Inspection
INSPECTION DATE: Apr 09, 2021 Inspector: Len Antonelli
COMPLIANCE DUE DATE: Jul 09, 2021

*Note:

  • On violations in which a building permit is required, please make sure the permit is obtained before you start any work.
  • This point of sale inspection is valid for title transfer until – Apr 09, 2022
  • Please note: any violations remaining eighteen (18) months after the initial inspection will be subject to a $50.00 reinspection fee for each reinspection until the property is in compliance. The date for this report is: Oct 09, 2022
  • Allowable occupancy – TBD 

VIOLATIONS

Exterior – All Sides

  1. Replace missing gutter(s) and downspout(s).
    Section: 1351.25, 1369.04
  2. Scrape and paint the trim. Escrow $1000
    Section: 1351.26, 1369.05

Exterior – Front

  1. Tuckpoint joints where the mortar is loose or missing. Mortar color should match as closely as possible. Compliance will not be granted if the mortar is placed on brick facing. Front porch & wall area point & repair brickwork Escrow $1000
    Section: 1351.26, 1369.05

Exterior – Drive Side

  1. Replace/repair damaged storm door. Escrow $200
    Section: 1351.23, 1369.02

Garage – Interior

  1. Unable to inspect – Please contact the office at 216-291-5900 to schedule an appointment – To be inspected at a later date.
    Section: note

Garage – Exterior

  1. Scrape and paint garage where paint is peeling or flaking. Escrow $500
    Section: 1351.26, 1369.05

Exterior – Yard

  1. Level patio block(s).
    Section: 1351.29, 1369.07
  2. Level patio block(s). Level service walk sandstone blocks from front steps to sides. Escrow $750
    Section: 1351.29, 1369.07

All Floors – All Rooms

  1. Utilities were off at the time of inspection. Electrical, plumbing, and heating systems to be inspected at a later date.
    Section: note

Basement – All Rooms

  1. Restore running water to plumbing fixtures from City water supply system..
    Section: 1351.13, 1369.08
  2. Properly secure loose water lines.
    Section: 1351.13, 1369.08
  3. Make furnace/boiler fully operable.
    Section: 1351.15, 1369.10
  4. Restore electrical service to dwelling.
    Section: 1351.20, 1369.09
  5. Properly install a smoke detector. This violation requires immediate compliance.
    Section: 1351.211
  6. Properly install a CO detector outside of the sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms or within the bedroom where a fuel-burning appliance is located. Including one on every level where a fuel-burning appliance is located.
    Section: 1103.09
  7. Scrape loose and/or flaking material from walls and ceiling. Escrow $350
    Section: 1351.27, 1369.06

1st Floor – All Rooms

  1. Make receptacle fully operable. Replace painted recpticles all areas
    Section: 1351.20, 1369.09

1st Floor – Kitchen

  1. Properly install a smoke detector. This violation requires immediate compliance.
    Section: 1351.211
  2. Properly install a CO detector outside of the sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms or within the bedroom where a fuel-burning appliance is located. Including one on every level where a fuel-burning appliance is located.
    Section: 1103.09
  3. Repair or remove damaged floor covering.
    Section: 1351.27, 1369.06

1st Floor – Dining Room

  1. Repair damaged area(s) of ceiling in a workmanlike manner. Area to be finished and painted to match existing ceiling..
    Section: 1351.27, 1369.06

1st Floor – Living Room

  1. Replace broken/cracked window pane(s).
    Section: 1351.26, 1369.05

1st Floor – Bathroom

  1. Restore running water to plumbing fixtures from City water supply system..
    Section: 1351.13, 1369.08

2nd Floor – All Rooms

  1. Repair damaged area(s) of wall(s) in a workmanlike manner. Area to be finished and painted to match existing wall. Escrow $1000
    Section: 1351.27, 1369.06
  2. Repair damaged area(s) of ceiling in a workmanlike manner. Area to be finished and painted to match existing ceiling.. Escrow $1000
    Section: 1351.27, 1369.06

2nd Floor – Bathroom

  1. Restore running water to plumbing fixtures from City water supply system..
    Section: 1351.13, 1369.08

TOTAL ESCROW AMOUNT REQUIRED: $ 5,800.00

Section 1329.051 prohibits the transfer of titled to property in the City unless an escrow account is established in an amount equal to at least 125% of the estimated cost of correction of all Class “A” violations. Cost estimates are provided on this certificate for the sole purpose of determining the amount of the required escrow account. Your actual costs of repair may bary substantially depending on the size, age and condition of the house, the method of construction, and other such factors. The City recommends that the party who is to make repairs obtain cost estimates from licensed professionals prior to entering into a purchase agreement.

 

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