What to have on hand for new owners

by DARCY KLOVANISH 09/09/2019

Owner’s manuals and warranties for appliances left in the house. · Garage door opener. · Extra sets of house keys. · A list of local service providers — the best dry cleaner, yard service, plumber, etc. · Code to the security alarm and phone number of the monitoring service if not discontinued. · As a courtesy, you could provide numbers to the local utility companies. · If it’s a condo, leave information on how to contact the condo board.

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