If you own your home, you have to send in a copy of your purchase agreement or some other transfer document showing that you own the home. If the number of rooms is not stated in the document, you can attach a layout plan, a home specification or a similar document.
You also have to send in documents showing what housing cost you have. Irrespective of whether you live in a cooperative (‘tenant-owner’) or owner-occupied home, you have to send in documents showing what interest expenditure you have and the size of your amortisation payments.
If you live in a cooperative home, you also have to send in copies of documents showing the monthly charge and any other operating costs not included in the monthly charge, such as for heating, electricity and water.
If you live in an owner-occupied home, you have to send in documents showing what operating costs you have. This can, for instance, be charges for heating, water, refuse collection, waste water, joint property management charges, property charges or other costs linked to your housing.