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What information you should give to the buyer of your property.

Settle down

Finally your property has gone unconditional and settlement is coming up. You look in your kitchen drawer and see a manual for the air-conditioning unit and one for the oven. Its makes you think, “I’d better leave them the garage remotes, the keys to the window locks too”. But there is a lot more you can give to ensure the new owner has everything they need to take over the property.

Finally, your property has gone through and passed all the inspections and settlement in just around the corner. In your kitchen draw waiting t

here is a checklist.

Documents

Any documents of files for the property. Don’t include any personal information like legals or finance:

Plans - Architectural, Engineering, Drainage, Electrical, Services

Warranties - Appliances, Pest treatments,

Manauals - Appliances

Certificates - Form 16’s, Form 21’s, Occupancy Certificate, Pest management treatment Certificate

Soil test

Specifications - From the original build or extension

Product information - Carpet

Approvals and Permits - Building and Planning etc

Paint colours - Sometimes there is also a finishes schedule

Title - Solicitor should provide this as part of the Conveyancing

Contacts

Provide the name, address, email and phone number for handy contacts like:

Pool shop

Gardener

Handyman

Painter

Electrician

Plumber

Babysitter

Neighbours

Tips

Leave a note about some helpful tips like:

  • There is free Yoga in the local park every Saturday at 8:00am

  • Slow down at dusk as there can be Kangaroos on the road

  • There is storage space in the attic

  • There are four goldfish in the garden pond. We feed them fish food once per week.

  • You can get a free resident parking permit from the council

Physical things

Give keys and garage/gate/lift remotes and security alarm access codes to the Selling agent or direct to the buyer at settlement. Other items below can be left at the property.

Remotes - TV, Blinds

Spares - Roof tiles, floor tiles, carpet, paint etc

Having these items ready for the next owner helps them to get settled quickly.

inndox has it sorted

Now what if you provided all the documents, contacts and tips in an easy to use app? Well we already thought of that. We call it inndox. Its easy to use and it makes your property very attractive to potential buyers if you provide this to the Sales agent when the property goes on the maket. The agent shres the inndox with potential buyers and they are reassured that the property is safe, compliant and well maintained and that settling in will be a lot easier with all the right information right their on their mobile phone.

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