This is my first post and I hope this question isn't a silly one, but I figured there's a lot of DIYers that have run into this problem:
I have a friend (and no, it's not me) who wants to sell his house. He had a bigger kitchen added on in 1982 that adds an additional 400 square feet to the original square footage of his home. He never pulled permits and the county records still show the square footage of the house before
the bigger kitchen was added on.
Now he wants to know what he should do so that he may sell the house for a value that considers the additional 400 square feet. We live in Aurora, Colorado. Will the city permit office send somone out to inspect and fine him? Does he then need to have the county come out and remeasure the square footage?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
By the way, I've done DIY drywall, tile and fencing.