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Selling Your Apartment/Unit? - Disclosure Statements Information

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Disclosure When Selling Your Apartment/Unit

Under the Unit Titles Act 2010, sellers are required to provide a lot more information to prospective buyers. The information contained in the disclosure statements is intended to help provide buyers with information that can assist in their purchase decision. The Act provides for three types of disclosure:

Pre-Contract Disclosure Statement

The seller must provide this statement at the time they enter into a listing agreement with an agent. The pre-contract disclosure statement contains general information about unit title ownership, as well as specific details such as the amount of the levy for the unit, upcoming maintenance to the development, funds held by the body corporate, and whether the unit or common property has had any weathertightness problems.

This statement is a standard format, the owner can prepare and provide this. If you are a client of Crockers Body Corporate Management, most of the information you require is available on Crockers Direct and there is a template available on the Tenancy Services website (www.tenancy.govt.nz). Crockers can prepare this statement for you, but there is a cost to do so ($280+GST).

However, if you choose Crockers Realty to sell your unit as a sole agency, Crockers Body Corporate clients will receive their Pre-Contract Disclosure Statement, FREE of charge.

Contact Mary Amodeo, AREINZ for a FREE property appraisal:
Phone 09 623 5654        Email mary@crockers.co.nz

Pre-Settlement Disclosure Statement

The seller must provide this statement after entering into an unconditional agreement for sale and purchase, by no later than the fifth working day before the settlement date. This statement is usually organised through your solicitor with its purpose being to give the buyer a summary of the current fees and charges relating to the unit, whether there are any proceedings pending against the body corporate and whether there have been any changes to the body corporate operational rules.

This comes in two parts, the statement and then a certificate. The statement must be signed by the owner and the certificate by the body corporate. Like the old Section 36 certificate, Crockers is being asked to prepare these and sign the certificate ($320+GST).

Additional Disclosure Statement

The seller provides this statement at the request of the buyer and the buyer must pay all reasonable costs associated with providing it to the seller. The purpose of the additional disclosure statement is to make body corporate records on maintenance, finances, insurance, contracting and governance accessible to potential buyers.

A buyer can request an additional disclosure statement at any time before the earlier of the close of:

  1. the fifth working day after the date the agreement for sale and purchase was entered; or
  2. the tenth working day before the settlement date.

If a buyer makes a request, the seller must provide the additional disclosure statement to the buyer within 5 working days of receiving the request.

Pre-Contract and Pre-Settlement Disclosure Statements are mandatory.


Contact Mary Amodeo, AREINZ for a FREE property appraisal:
Phone 09 623 5654        Email mary@crockers.co.nz


Crockers Realty Ltd is licensed under the Real Estate Agents Authority and is a member of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand. Our Sales and Marketing Consultants are qualified and complete regular training and development workshops.

View here, REAA New Zealand Residential Property Agency Agreements Guide

销售您的公寓? - 披露声明信息

Crockers Realty是奥克兰的单元房产权专家

 

我们是唯一一家与新西兰最大的物业管理和租赁管理团队合作的的房地产销售公司。 我们拥有销售和管理两方面的综合知识,能力和深度兼备,我们绝对是销售公寓的专家。

单元房/公寓销售时的信息披露

根据2010年的单元房产权法案,卖家必须向潜在买家提供更多信息。披露声明旨在向买方提供信息以帮助于他们做购买决策。该法规定了三种类型的披露:

签约前披露声明

卖方必须在与房产中介签订上市协议时提供此声明。签约前披露声明包含有关单元房产权的一般信息,以及具体细节,例如该单元房要缴多少管理费,即将需要的维护费用,法人团体持有的资金,单元房或共同物业或是否有任何漏水问题。

这个声明是一个标准格式,屋主可以自己准备并提供。但如果您是Crockers 物业管理公司的客户,您需要的大部分信息都可以在Crockers Direct上找到,政府租赁服务网站(www.tenancy.govt.nz)上有一个模板。 Crockers可以为您准备这份声明,但需要您支付费用($ 280 + GST)。

然而,如果您选择Crockers Realty作为独家代理销售您的单元房,Crockers 物业管理公司的客户将收到免费的签约前披露声明。此外,作为Crockers 物业管理公司的客户,如果您授权Crockers Realty作为独家代理销售您的房产,您将获得$ 1,000 + GST 的佣金减免。

获取免费房屋市场价评估,请联系 Edison Li 小李
电话: 09 984 8045   手机号码:027 520 8888   电子邮箱: edison@crockers.co.nz

 

交割前披露声明

卖方必须在订立无条件买卖协议之后,不迟于交割日之前的第五个工作日提供此声明。 本声明通常由您的律师组织,其目的是向买方提供与该单元房有关的费用一览,是否有任何针对物业管理的诉讼,以及是否有任何对物业管理规则的修改。

这分为两部分,声明和后续的证明。 声明必须有屋主签名,物业管理公司签署的证明。 像之前的第36条证书,Crockers需要准备这些并签署证书。($320+GST)

额外披露声明

卖方根据买方的要求提供此声明,买方必须向卖方支付与此合同相关的所有合理费用。额外披露声明的目的是为潜在买家提供维护,财务,保险,承包和管理的物业管理记录。

买方可以在下列日期之前的任何时间要求一份额外披露声明:

1.签订买卖协议日期后第五个工作日; 或者

2.交割日前第十个工作日。

如果买方提出请求,卖方必须在收到请求后5个工作日内向买方提供额外披露声明。

签约前披露声明和交割前披露声明是强制性的。

 

获取免费房屋市场价评估,请联系Edison Li(小李)
电话: 09 984 8045   手机号码:027 520 8888   电子邮箱: edison@crockers.co.nz

 

Crockers房地产有限公司持有房地产代理监管局颁发的执照,并且是新西兰房地产协会的成员。我们的销售和营销顾问都经过正规的培训和进修。