A decorator agreement is a contract that allows a home buyer to paint and fix up the property before closing, but not occupy it. Such agreements often require the buyer to pay utilities and a weekly fee. However, it’s important to read the fine print, as some agreements may include clauses that limit the buyer’s right to demand repairs or warranty work in exchange for early access to the property.
You’ve just bought a house but want to paint and repair it before moving in after settlement. Can you do so if the property is empty? In such cases, sellers may require a pre-settlement decorator agreement that allows buyers to fix up the property but not occupy it. This typically involves paying utilities and possibly a weekly fee.
It’s usually easy to get these agreements, but they may have clauses that require buyers to accept the property “as-is” in exchange for early access. This can limit their right to demand repairs or warranty work later.
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