You’ve arranged house insurance prior to the final completion of your build. It’s also a good time to talk to your ANZ Construction Coach if you haven’t already about protecting your lifestyle and income.
A final building inspection is completed by your builder
Your Code Compliance Certificate is applied for. This will confirm the property is built according to the Standard Building Code and help you to avoid any insurance or resale problems down the road
Council inspections and consents are completed if required
The builder leaves the site tidy and that you have copies of all user manuals, guarantees and warranties for work associated with the house.
What we’ll need from you:
Before your final drawdown we’ll require a final valuation, including the valuer’s completion certificate to confirm the project has been completed
Code Compliance Certificate
Confirmation the house is fully insured with ANZ’s interest as the mortgage provider noted on the policy (your solicitor will also need a copy of this).
Choosing the right home loan for you
Now that you’ve drawn down your loan in full, talk to your ANZ Construction Coach about setting up a loan structure that works for you.
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