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Drangeid 26


Housing type

Detached house

Form of ownership

Owner (Freehold)


Price quote

NOK 2,450,000

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Drangeid 26
4405 Flekkefjord

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Type of property

Detached house

Year of construction


Land registry

Gnr. 103 bnr. 388 in Flekkefjord municipality

Assignment number



See the map in the finn advertisement or contact the broker for detailed directions. It will be well signposted with EXBO display signs at joint displays.


Located on Drangeid, approx. 2.5 km from the center of Flekkefjord. A short distance from the shop, playground, swimming areas both in the sea and in selura, public transport just outside the home.


Owned plot of 306 sq m.
Developed with parking and terrace..

Areas and distribution per floor

Primary room: 141 sqm, Usable area: 293 sqm

Lower floor: BRA/P-Room: 152/0 sq.m
1st Floor: BRA/P-Room: 98/98 sq.m.
2nd Floor: BRA/P-Room: 43/43 sq.m


Parking in the garage and in the car park in front of the building. There is also a municipal car park close by where you can park for 48 hours.

Regulatory conditions

The building falls under the zoning plan for Vollebakken / Drangeid from 1983 and is regulated for business, offices, etc.

Construction method

See housing sales report


1st floor: Living room, kitchen, hallway, laundry room, bathroom, bedroom.
2nd floor: 3 bedrooms, office, hallway.


The appraiser's conclusion:

The home is built in wood and concrete construction and is over wood
The home was built on in the 1960s, the 2nd floor has been renovated
2013-2014 and parts of the first floor in 2015. It has been changed
roofing on the main roof in 2020. Bathroom and kitchen are from 2009.
The home has wear and tear and renovation must be expected.
It is important to point out that the building was constructed in accordance with
the regulations that applied in the year of construction. Today's regulatory requirements for
insulation, climate and indoor environment are stricter than those that applied
when this home was built, and one must therefore be assumed
deviation in relation to the current standard.
Reference is also made to the report's individual points.


Wood stove and heat pump in the living room. Heating cables in the bathroom floor, otherwise electric.

Road, water, sewerage

Public roads, water and sewage.

Public taxes

Municipal fees amount to NOK. 8670.50 per year. Municipal fees include property tax of NOK. NOK 5,608.
Renovation comes in addition and amounts to NOK. NOK 3,498. This amount varies according to consumption. There are 2 terms a year.
There is a water meter in the building.


The property is registered:

1909/900026-1/41 06.03.1909 DECLARATION/AGREEMENT

1914/900009-1/41 10.02.1914 DECLARATION/AGREEMENT
TL 10/2 1914

1956/458-1/41 07.05.1956 PROVISION ON FENCE

1965/1479-1/41 26.10.1965 RIGHT OF SALE
1965/1541-1/41 06.11.1965 ** NEW TERMS

1969/1955-1/41 12.11.1969 PROVISION ON BUILDING

1970/785-1/41 27/04/1970 DECLARATION/AGREEMENT
regarding possible compensation in case of expropriation

1991/1722-1/41 02.07.1991 DECLARATION/AGREEMENT
RIGHT HOLDER: KNR: 4207 GNR: 103 BNR: 168
Best. garage.

1992/3121-1/41 30/10/1992 RIGHT
Licensee: Nordesign AS
ORG. NO: 950 952 741

Test of completion/Temporary use permit

There is no completion certificate or temporary use permit.


Exbo is partly owned by Flekkefjord Sparebank! As a customer, you should profit from this. We work every day to take the best possible care of each other and our joint customers. Exbo's goal is to have the most satisfied customers in Southern Norway! Let's look at the overall picture together when buying and financing property!

Home seller insurance

The seller has taken out home seller insurance. The seller's self-declaration is part of the sales contract and should be read before bidding.

Homebuyer's insurance

Buying a home is for most people the biggest financial investment of their lives and not something you do every day. Do you know what rights you have as a home buyer and do you know when you have a legal claim if unforeseen problems arise?

Attached to the sales statement is information on Home Buyer Insurance from HELP Forsikring AS. Home buyer's insurance is legal aid insurance that provides security and professional legal help if unexpected faults or defects are discovered in the home over the next five years.

Read more about the insurance in the attached material or at help.no

Energy certificate

The home is energy-labelled and has received an energy label. The energy certificate can be obtained by contacting a broker

Everything. For the sale and letting of real estate, an energy classification on a scale from A_G must be stated on assignments entered into from 01.07.2010. There is no energy certificate for this property as of appointment time. The buyer must therefore take into account energy label G.

Equation value

Assessment value as a primary residence NOK 699,240 per 2021
Assessment value as a secondary home NOK 2,517,264 per 2021

Other information

Integrated white goods are included in the sale.


The property is sold according to the rules in the Disposal Act.

The property must be handed over to the buyer in accordance with what has been agreed. It is important that the buyer familiarizes himself thoroughly with all the sales documents, including the sales statement, condition report and the seller's self-declaration. The buyer is considered familiar with conditions that are clearly described in the sales documents. Circumstances described in the sales documents cannot be invoked as deficiencies. This applies regardless of whether the buyer has read the documents. All interested parties are encouraged to examine the property carefully, preferably together with an expert, before submitting a bid. A buyer who chooses to buy sight unseen cannot claim as a defect something he should have become aware of during the survey.

If there is a need for clarification, we recommend that the buyer consults with an estate agent or a building surveyor before submitting a bid.

If the property is not in accordance with what the buyer must be able to expect based on its age, type and visible condition, there may be a defect. The same applies if incorrect information has been withheld or given about the property. However, this only applies if it can be assumed that the agreement was affected by the fact that the information was not provided or that incorrect information was not corrected in time in a clear way. A home that has been used for a certain amount of time has usually been exposed to wear and tear and damage may have occurred. Such wear and tear from use must be taken into account by the buyer, and certain conditions may be discovered after taking over that necessitate improvements. Normal wear and tear and damage that necessitates repair is within what the buyer must expect and will not constitute a defect.

The home may have a deficiency if there is a discrepancy between the stated and actual area, provided that the discrepancy is 2% or more and a minimum of 1 sq.m.

When calculating any price reduction or compensation, the buyer himself must cover losses/costs up to an amount of NOK 10,000 (deductible).

If the buyer is not a consumer, the property is sold as is, and the seller's liability is then limited cf. Section 3-9, subsection 1, clause 2 Section 3-3 (2) of the Disposal Act is waived, and whether an indoor area failure is characterized as a deficiency is assessed according to Section 3-8 of the Disposal Act. Information about the buyer's inspection obligation, including the call to inspect the property carefully, also applies to buyers who are not considered consumers. By consumer purchase is meant the purchase of property when the buyer is a natural person who does not mainly act as part of business activities.


All bids must be submitted in writing to the broker. The first bid must be submitted on a bid form affixed with the bidder's signature. In addition, the bidder must have ID. Later bids can be submitted by e-mail, SMS or fax to the broker. Bids can also be submitted via an online bidding platform or app. If this solution is chosen, there is no requirement to send the first bid on a bid form. The broker must confirm in writing to the bidder as soon as possible that the bid has been received.

Bids that are not in writing, or that have a shorter acceptance period than until 12.00 the day after the last advertised viewing, will not be communicated to the seller. A bid is binding for the bidder when the bid has come to the knowledge of the seller. The seller is free to accept or reject any bid, and is thus not obliged to accept the highest bid for the property.
The broker must, to the extent that it is necessary and possible, inform those involved in the bidding round in writing about the status of the bidding. The broker is obliged to facilitate a proper winding up of the bidding round, and in order for the bids to be processed and forwarded in writing to all parties involved, every bid must have a sufficiently long acceptance period. The seller must accept the bid in writing before bid acceptance can be communicated to the bidder. Bid increases should therefore have an acceptance period of at least 30 minutes from the time the bid is submitted.
Seller and buyer are entitled to receive a copy of the bid journal immediately after the transaction has been completed. Anyone who has submitted a bid for the property can, on request, receive a copy of the anonymised bid journal after the bidding round has ended.
Otherwise, reference is made to Consumer information on bidding, which is attached to the sales statement.


According to Act of 6 March 2009 on measures against money laundering and terrorist financing, estate agents are required to carry out identity checks on the customer and/or any rights holders to the object. If identity checks cannot be carried out, the broker is obliged to stop the transaction. If the buyer does not contribute to an identity check being carried out, the broker is obliged not to carry out the financial settlement between the parties. In the event of suspicion that the transaction is connected to a criminal offence, the broker can stop the execution of the transaction. The broker also has a duty to investigate further/report to Økokrim if suspicious transactions are indicated without the seller and buyer being notified of this.


A thorough review of the attached condition report carried out by André Tveida, as well as the seller's self-declaration, is encouraged.

Please note that the interior drawings attached to the prospectus are sketches prepared by Exbo and show how the home is used today. The drawings are not objective or legally binding but are only intended as indicative interior drawings.

It is assumed that the deed is registered with the new owner. If the buyer does not want a title transfer of the property to him, reservations must be made about this in the bid.


Drangeid 26 - 4405

Flekkefjord, Norway