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How to properly mention the alur laws?

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REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENT: HOW TO MENTION THE ALUR LAWS?

Romain Cartier, known for his appearances on the show "Recherche Appartement ou Maison" broadcast on M6, is a real estate expert. Every week, he gives the VITRINEMEDIA community his advice on how to improve your role as a real estate agent and optimise your sales.

The proper construction of a real estate ad is a sine qua non condition for the rapid sale of a property. Quality photos and a detailed sales pitch are of course part of the advertisement, but it is also important that other information is included.

This is the case, for example, for legal information, particularly when the property is subject to the ALUR law. In this case, you should pay special attention. We will indicate the essential elements to be included in your ad.

ANNUAL CHARGES, NUMBER OF LOTS, CURRENT PROCEDURES: ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

In the list of information that must be included in the sale of a property subject to the ALUR law, the annual charges appear at the top, or nearly so. This is very important information for the future buyer, which will allow him/her to see more clearly what he/she might want to do with the property.

The number of lots is also a must in this list of information. Remember to mention it.

Lastly, you should also pay close attention to any procedures in progress when writing the ad: work carried out on the co-ownership, damage, unpaid bills against one of the co-owners, etc. There is nothing more unpleasant for a potential buyer than to learn about things after the fact, which would seriously damage their confidence.

PUTTING FORWARD AN OFFICIAL DPE: A LEGAL OBLIGATION

The energy performance diagnosis, more commonly known as the DPE, is compulsory in the context of a sale. It must be less than 10 years old, and must be certified by a diagnostician.

Without a DPE, it will simply be impossible for you to communicate about the property for sale. Contrary to popular belief, ECDs marked "in progress" or "not indicated" cannot be accepted. However, a blank DPE, certified by the same diagnostician, can still be considered.

With all these elements, your ad will be impeccable and you will be able to sell the property with complete peace of mind!