Are you looking for a cheap condition report quote
, a cheap electrical installation report or a cheap energy label? So read on here how to get three quick quotes on these reports - free and without obligation. In a maximum of 4 minutes, you can enter a task on the site Boligtilstand.dk by filling out the form online. Within 1 day you will receive 3 fresh offers from specialists near you who would very much like to prepare a cheap condition report, a cheap electrical installation report or a cheap energy label for you.
A condition report
is a comprehensive visual overview of a home's visible damage as well as the risk of future damage. The specialist who prepares the condition report reviews the building and compares it with other buildings of the same type, age and condition. The building will not be assessed in relation to a new house. A condition report is the result of this home inspection. As a rule, a condition report is prepared at a house sale. In this connection, the real estate agent usually refers via the insurance company to a construction expert, who is usually located at the upper end of the price scale. Instead, you can choose to get two or three quick offers from independent building consultants near you - free and without obligation - on the website Boligtilstand.dk. This way you can save up to 20% on your bill. A condition report provides both seller and buyer with an overview of the condition of the property. This avoids misunderstandings and liability disputes. A thorough report is thus an important tool for both buyer and seller. A home buyer will almost always ask for a condition report and it is the seller's responsibility to have this report drawn up.
As a seller, you should know that if you have not had a condition report written, then you can later be held responsible for faults and defects in the house. A condition report is usually valid for six months from the date on which the building expert reports the condition report. An extension of the condition report should be ordered no later than 7 days before the expiration date. An allonge to the condition report is usually added when improvements have been made to the building in accordance with the previous condition report and can only be performed during the period of validity of the condition report. Thus, an allonge does not increase the validity period of the condition report. With a valid condition report, you can take out a change of ownership insurance, which covers any faults and defects for up to ten years.
An energy label is a report on the energy condition of a property calculated on the basis of a normal use of the home. At an energy label, the property is inspected by the energy consultant, who prepares an energy label and an energy plan. Since 2010, the seller of a home has been required to provide energy labeling prior to any real estate agent announcing the home for sale. A lack of energy labeling can result in a fine of up to DKK 45,000. The rules imply that the seller of a home must provide a valid energy label when selling. An energy label is often valid for 10 years. Furthermore, larger properties with a floor area of more than 1,000 sqm must have made offers for cheap energy labeling at least every 7 years. Energy labeling must be done in good time before the validity of the current energy labeling of the home ends. Housing associations must once a month register the property's consumption of energy and water, including domestic hot water as well as the operating conditions of the energy and water consuming installations. The purpose of the compulsory energy labeling is to encourage energy savings in order to reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Homes built after 2010 must live up to grade A. An energy label is required by law for the sale of single-family houses, terraced houses, multi-family houses and office houses. Properties under 60 m2 are, however, exempt from the obligation for energy labeling.