It may be tough to locate the correct estate to position a Granny Flat on, resulting in a costly error. You don’t have to go alone to do it. The Granny Flat Solutions team is willing with easy reach to help you navigate through the rules and regulations for granny flats for sale, with the expertise and knowledge we have gained during our 35 years of experience.
If you locate a house or property, we will perform a detailed, pre-purchase site evaluation to determine the viability of a Granny Flat for such a block if you are strongly contemplating purchasing (with the intention of building a secondary dwelling). In order to decide if there are any possible concerns or difficult weather, our experienced site assessor would need to check out the Sale contract, and also arrange an on-site review. Once done, a feasibility report detailing their results would be submitted to you.
What to look for when purchasing a property?
There are several variables that decide a granny flat’s potential growth for just a property; and budget, place, design, and styling could be influenced.
These are the key items to look for when buying a patch of land only with the idea of developing a Granny Flat, in reference to several other customer’s requirements.
The title search, does the property have any easements or covenants?
Title Search is just a ‘Title Certificate’ for your house. It defines the property’s legal owner(s), as well as any leases or agreements (if applicable) that may influence how and where we build, or whether we can construct at all.
● Easements:- Getting an easement on your property ensures that another party, or groups, has a valid cross or that portion of your land is used otherwise. A most widely known ‘Right of Carriageway’ and stormwater-related building permits are. It is impossible to enter over without getting the necessary documentation if it is an easement on the land.
● Covenants:- A covenant is a contractual arrangement that imposes a responsibility on the property owner. Popular types of agreements include( but are not limited to retaining a ‘look’ or aesthetic for the property i.e. façade-enabled materials and colors), preserving drainage systems and permissible structures, etc. If you have a covenant on your property, it can be revoked either by the beneficiaries of the contract or by the Council of Properties of the Upper Tribunal.
Land Registration Services manages the name data in New South Wales. Your sales contract will have a copy of your title on it. If your sales contract could not be identified, a duplicate could be purchased from an online legal service, such as a tri-Search service.
Section 10.7 Certificate How Is The Property Zoned?
Section 10.7 is a ‘Planning Certificate’ that offers details on the potential growth of your land, outlining limitations, and zoning. Such documentation could be contained in your sale contract, formerly known as a ‘Section 149 Certificate’. Section 10.7 is going to tell us:-
● Is the land zoned residential?
● Affected by Bushfire?
● Affected floor?
Conclusion: There really is no reason for failure to provide the primary drainage system throughout the preferred construction area. Our designers are experienced in designing budget-friendly, custom floor plans to minimally affect the impact area, or reduce the amount of encasing needed.