Buying a house in Norway
A short process
- The house is put up for sale.
- Open house one week later.
- Bidding can start any time, but the seller cannot accept any bids before 12.00 a.m the day after the final open house.
- The bid is binding and there is no right of withdrawal.
- The contract is a confirmation of the information in the sales material and the conditions in the bid, so thoroughly check the sales material and conditions of the house before you bid.
Helping you choose
Removing all guesswork
- We research all aspects of the property.
- We check all sales material.
- We investigate the property’s potential.
- We provide an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the property.
- We analyze the price of the property against local trends and the market, and advise you in the bidding round.
Tailored to your needs.
Conduct a house valuation
We check the price of similar properties in the neighbourhood and provide an evaluation of possible bids and reasonable price limits, so you don’t overpay.
Check condition and standard
We evaluate disclosure statements, the technical report, and other documentation to provide you with an overall assessment, so you can feel safe when bidding.