The starting point for all our purchases, regardless of size and type, is that the invoice must adhere to our terms of payment:
Current month + 45 days.
For deliveries to the properties we manage, please remember the following:
E-invoices must be submitted in the OIOUBL format to EAN/GLN-number 5790002305504 and must include the name of the claimant, which may be an operational employee on the property or an administrative employee.
The invoice should always be addressed to the client, which in this case is the property where the work was performed or the goods supplied.
The property must be specified by its unique property ID, consisting of a property number and property name.
The invoice should always include the PO number as given by the person who commissioned the job.
The invoice must be submitted a maximum of 7 days after the completion or delivery of the work.
Back-dated invoices will not be accepted, and we reserve the right to terminate collaboration with the supplier in question on this basis.
Several claims regarding the same property may be invoiced together upon agreement with the claimant. In this case, the invoice should be written so that goods and services can be attributed to individual commissions.
The invoice must include a shipping address and a billing address.
The invoice must be issued in accordance with the minimum conditions stipulated by the law. This means, among other things, that it must include the supplier's VAT number, the invoice date and the date of execution of the work.
Additionally, the invoice must include a clear description of the performance of the work or of the type and kind of the good.
Goods/services are commissioned on behalf of the property’s owner and at their expense. The owner may be an investor, a homeowners’ association, a housing cooperative, a property owners’ association, or a social housing organisation.