The property's technical file
All elements of the sale file must be approved and verified before entering into an agreement with a purchaser, as any information not communicated in advance serves to threaten the sale or entail a renegotiation of the price to a lower amount at the time of signing the sale agreement.
In other words, it is essential to have all the required technical assessments carried out (Carrez law, lead, asbestos, termites, energy efficiency audit, electrical assessment, ERNT (status of natural and technological risks) before putting the property on the market, and in particular have your estate agent check the property's legal and technical file (incorporation of surface area, creation of openings, drilling of supporting walls, compliance of existing plans with reflected plans, etc.). In terms of the ALUR law, your estate agent could also contact your notary to prepare the file so as not to lose time during acceptance of an offer later on (gathering revisions to the description of the division of the property, dated pre-status, etc.)
Your Junot agent will provide you with a summary of the documents and steps to be taken, and they are able to research them and have them carried out on your behalf.