Before entering into a contract under the law of obligations, the buyer has the right to reserve the apartment for a period of up to two weeks. The basis of the reservation is the price offer made by the seller. If the terms and conditions of the contract under the law of obligations and the date of the transaction are not agreed upon during the reservation period, the seller has the right to unilaterally cancel the reservation.
2. A notarised contract under the law of obligations
A notarised contract under the law of obligations will be entered into with the client, setting out all of the details of the transaction. The prerequisite for entering into such a contract is the payment of 15% of the value of the apartment by the buyer.
3. A real rights contract
Once the apartments are complete, a real rights contract will be entered into with which the buyer pays the remainder of the sales price and the right of ownership of the property transfers to them.
The contract price includes:
- the completion of the apartment in accordance with the designs and with the interior finishing package agreed upon in the sales contract
- the fee for the construction and connection of utilities (electricity, water, sewerage and heating)
- connection readiness for data, telephone, cable television and digital networks
The contract price does not include:
- notary fees and state fees for entry into the sales contract (to be paid by the buyer)
- additional work and special solutions within the apartment (the price of which shall be calculated separately from that of the contract)
- connection fees for data, telephone, cable television and digital networks and security services
- a parking space or storage space
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