It’s a welcome move that could appeal to those looking to buy a home. The company Nexity has decided to offer three years of electricity bills to all buyers of new housing, reports the property developer in a communicated published on its website and spotted by BFM TV Friday, May 13. In concrete terms, the company will operate a discount on the sale price of the property, corresponding to the “lump sum equivalent to the average maximum primary energy consumption of a dwelling per kilowatt hours per square meter and per year, over a period of three years,” the statement describes. Or 1700 euros for a T1, 3000 euros for a T2, 4500 euros for a T3, and 6000 euros for the T4, T5 and T6.
Conditions must be met to benefit from such a discount, which runs until July 3, 2022: the property must be purchased by a natural person for their main residence, and the signing of the final deed of sale must take place in a period of nine months after the signing of the act of reservation. Regularly, developers offer discounts to their customers, whether to sell the last apartments in a program or to finance new construction as quickly as possible.