The agent will liaise directly with you/your representative to arrange convenient times to access your residence.
DHA request that the sales agent give a minimum of 72 hours notice for inspections and work with the occupants to find mutually convenient times.
Whilst DHA discourage the agent from holding advertised open homes, however the agent may request to do group inspections with the consent of the occupant to minimise disruption.
Should you have any upcoming planned travel, deployment arrangements or periods of unavailability throughout the sale, please contact email@example.com so that access arrangements can be discussed.
As per the DRA, you are required to notify DHA if your Service Residence is likely to be unoccupied for more than 30 days. Contact details for a nominated representative should also be provided, as your representative may need to provide access to the property in the case of inspections or emergencies.
DHA request that selling agent only arrange inspections with purchasers that have a genuine interest in purchasing the property.
The agent may request to do a virtual inspection. If a virtual inspection has been requested to proceed with this the agent should
- understand and
ensure it will be live and not recorded or uploaded online.
- get written consent from the occupant.
- ensure any sensitive material and /or photographs are obscured from view.
- ensure that no people are filmed, including Defence members, their families
and DHA staff.