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Ordinance 08-133  COU of Miami
Ordinance 08-133

Ordinance 08-133

If you've reached our website, you probably already know about Miami-Dade County Ordinance 08-133.

That's the statute that requires all owners of a property which has been foreclosed upon to obtain a Certificate Of Use and Disclosure of Findings report.

More detailed information about Ordinance 08-133 is available on the official Miami-Dade County website at - but suffice to say that if you now own a foreclosed property, you need a Certificate Of Use in order to certify you can use it.

That's where COU Of Miami comes in.

Since 2009, we have fulfilled more than 4,000 Certificate Of Use (abbreviated COU or CU) requests throughout the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County, including Miami Gardens, North Miami Beach, Doral, Opa-locka, Hialeah Gardens, Homestead, Medley, North Miami, South Miami and West Miami, plus unincorporated areas, to satisfy the requirements of Ordinance 08-133 and get property owners into their foreclosed properties.

We do this with our expert team of architects, draftsmen and engineers, specialists in both home and building inspection and experienced in knowing how to handle each step of the rigorous process under Ordinance 08-133. It's not something with which you will want to risk errors and omissions.

We also do this with our sophisticated software platform which enables you to view the progress of your COU request from the time it is submitted to the moment it is delivered. You can even upload your COU request directly to us.

This combination of expertise and service makes COU Of Miami the premier choice for your Certificate Of Use & Occupancy request in satisfaction of Ordinance 08-133.

Let us put that expertise and service to work for you. Call COU Of Miami at 305-807-8771 and we'll get started. Usually within three to five days, you'll have your Certificate Of Use, and Ordinance 08-133 will be no problem at all.