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Condition report prepared by building expert

Report drawn up by a construction expert, who is appointed by the Erhvervstyrelsen. The building experts representing neither buyer or seller, but doing a State report that gives a professional and neutral image of the home's visible damage. Report is valid from the day the appointed experts shall report the building. Notification shall be made within 14 days after the examination of the dwelling. The report is valid for 6 months and must then be renewed.

It is the seller of the property that you want to order a condition report at SARI. You can also get your REALTOR to convey contact to an insurance company, which then finds a construction expert. (The mediator may not convey the direct contact between seller and building expert.)

A condition report consists of three parts:

• The building expert's results of huseftersynet and the character of the individual building elements.
• The seller's own observations and information about the home's damage.
• Building structures and information for change of ownership insurance.

Report contains also information about the average residual lifetimes for the portion of the dwelling which is expected to have the shortest remaining life – and whether that part of the building is expected to last for up to five years, between five and ten years or longer than 10 years. Information about the remaining life is given from a lookup in a residual lifetime table that is based on an average given with regard to the materials used. The building experts have not made an independent estimate, and the relevant part of the building can be due to local geographic conditions, prove to have a shorter remaining lifetime.

Report concludes with a general House type description that describes the specific conditions attaching to this particular House type as the report relates to. Some buildings may be about-and extended to a degree that requires more than a single House type description.

Conditions which are not contained in the report:

• Electrical and PLUMBING installations function
• Usual wear and a normal state of maintenance
• Small items that do not affect the building use or value very much
• The building's location on the site
• The building plan solution
• Building's furnishings
• Movable property, URf.eks. white goods
• Outdoor pools and pump installations
• Awnings and canopies
• Installations outside the buildings
• The building's aesthetic and architecture
• Building legality (apart from the obvious violations of building laws)

How is made a condition report

Botjek going out to inspect the property. Before customer visit obtains sells, Botjek and broker the available information on the property: among other things. BBR-information and possibly. drawings and description of the property. By Visual inspection, we give a brief introduction of the Hussyns system and review the seller's information about the property: Seller information sheet. The form contains questions about current and previous facts surrounding the property. The building expert assistance with completing/responding to the schema.

The building experts shall then a Visual review of the House. Assessed and recorded relation which can immediately be seen. The inspection shall be carried out without destructive interference in the building. The construction experts are using individual devices, but does not remove carpets, lowered ceilings etc.
There can therefore be damage as the building experts do not have the opportunity to discover and which are not registered in the report. These injuries usually are covered by change of ownership insurance.
During the examination of the property is assessed every single part of the building and the building expert gives each part of the building a character. The nature shows, what is the significance of the damage have for each part of the building and/or other parts of buildings.
Used a rating system with six character. The characters are only build technical assessments. They say nothing about the cost of repairing any damage.

UN: examined.
Describes conditions, if the impact cannot be determined adequate by the review. It can be a serious injury, so the nature, extent and impact should always be clarified.

K3: Critical damage.
Describe injuries that would cause failure of the building part function within the foreseeable future and which could result in damage to other parts of buildings.

K2: severe damage.
Describes the damage that will result in failure of the building part function within the foreseeable future, but will not cause damage to other parts of buildings.

K1: less severe injuries.
Describes the damage that does not affect the construction or building function.

K0: Cosmetic damage.
Describe injuries or conditions that may affect the buyer's impression of the dwelling.

IB: No comments.
Describes that the building portion does not give rise to any comments.

After Visual inspection tells the experts, in general terms, what is found by injuries. You are of course always welcome to ask questions for both inspection and condition report.
After customer visit compiled the final report. Report is both citizen information from expert to citizen and a construction technical/legal document from expert to expert. The report tries crafted as easily understandable as possible, but must also be written in a language such as "hold in court".

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