Illegal structures in Florida property

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Live with it, hope you never get caught...make sure it’s up to code for liability issues

Get it permitted, if zoning allows.....will involve getting permits, inspecting, modifying, tearing out portions to rebuild to code

Tear it down

I mean when purchading and there is a loan involved, sometimes a non permitted addition will kill deal. It's costly to get after fact permit but I have faith someone here might know alternative solutions. Thanks

@Osvaldo Gonzalez

I think Florida is one of the states least affected by this issue. I buy, sell, rent, flip homes all the time that have questionable additions and other things going on and it's never an issue. If people want to buy the home they will find a way to purchase it.