BRE Still Pursuing Water Letters

With measurable rain in California, it may be surprising for some to learn that the DRE is continuing to pursue water letters affirming “ample, potable” water availability on subdivisions where vacant lots are being offered for sale. Filings where homes are offered may be exempt from obtaining a water letter in many cases, but it appears that the DRE does not exempt the requirement when even one vacant lot might be offered for sale.

Before making an application for both vacant and improved lot sales, we encourage our clients to investigate the willingness of the water purveyor to write an unconditional water letter.

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