GENERAL

1. Where is Nokturno located?

The Nokturno development is located in the municipality of Koper, on Markovec (St Mark's Hill), close to the Semedela district. Under the municipal detailed spatial plan it belongs to the Markovec Žusterna residential area – zones A and B.

The lower road connects to the Koper, Šmarje, Semedela junction and descends past Izola Hospital to the Portorož bypass. Access is possible both from the Semedela side and past the hospital. The development has excellent road connections and is just a few minutes' drive from the centre of Koper and the express road to the Ljubljana motorway.

2. How big is Nokturno?

The Nokturno development consists of 235 residential units (apartments), 4 business units and several additional storage/multipurpose spaces. The development is divided into zone A (buildings A, B, C) and zone B (buildings D, E and F) and segments I (buildings A, B, C), II (buildings D and E) and III (building F). Individual nuclei (stairwells) serve a different number of apartments – ranging from a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 12, although the majority have 6, which further increases the level of intimacy and tranquillity of the development. Each nucleus has two floors and all buildings are equipped with spacious lifts. 

3. What energy class are the Nokturno residential buildings in?

The following energy profile has been prepared for the Nokturno development. Buildings A, B and C are in energy class B2 (30kWh/m2a), buildings D and E are in energy class B2 (35kWh/m2a) and building F is in energy class B1 (23kWh/m2a). External walls are brick or concrete and are thermally insulated. Walls between apartments and walls giving onto stairs and corridors likewise ensure sufficient acoustic and thermal insulation. Window frames are aluminium, windows are double glazed. The energy profile for each individual apartment may be consulted on the website www.nokturno.eu.

4. What materials were used to build Nokturno?

All details of materials used are provided in the "About the Project, Technical description" section of the website www.nokturno.eu (hereinafter: "the website").

5. What materials and equipment are used in the apartments?

All details of materials and equipment used in the apartments can be found in the "About the Project, Apartments, Catalogue of materials and equipment" section of the website.

6. Has an administrator already been selected for Nokturno?

On the basis of a call for tenders, DUTB d.d. signed an agreement on the management of the development with Iskra d.d., Stegne 21, 1000 Ljubljana. This agreement entered into force on 1 February 2017.

Under applicable legislation, apartment owners with a 51% majority can withdraw from the agreement on the provision of administrative services at any time, subject to a notice period of at least three months beginning on the day the notice of withdrawal is served on the administrator. A new administrator must also be selected within this time limit. In the event that the administrator infringes the law or the agreement on the provision of management services, individual unit owners may withdraw from the agreement without a notice period.

7. Where is the nearest nursery school / school / pharmacy / health centre / bus stop / shop / post office / bank located?

The Nokturno development is located close to the city of Koper, so all necessary public infrastructure is nearby. Shops, a post office, a health centre and two pharmacies are located within a radius of 500 m to 1.5 km. Schools in the area include nursery schools in Koper and Semedela, primary schools (OŠ Koper, OŠ Dušana Bordona and OŠ Antona Ukmarja), secondary schools (a general upper secondary school or gimnazija, a technical secondary school and a secondary school specialising in economics and business). Koper also offers university faculties and colleges of higher education (Faculty of Mathematics, Science and Information Technology, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Management, etc.).

A bus stop right next to the development makes it easy to reach Koper city centre. The area also offers cycle paths (including the long-distance Parenzana route), sports and recreation facilities in the centre of Koper (the Bonifika complex) and numerous bathing establishments and swimming pools (the municipal bathing establishment in Koper, the Svetilnik bathing establishment in Izola, the beach at Debeli Rtič, the Žusterna Olympic swimming pool, etc.).

SALES

1. What apartments are available for purchase?

A total of 166 apartments are available for purchase, i.e. all the apartments owned by DUTB d.d. with the exception of two show apartments that are not currently for sale.  In the second phase of the sale process, additional storage/multipurpose spaces, most of which are located on the garage levels, are also offered for sale.

2. How will the sale of apartments proceed? 

From 11 February 2017, 166 apartments with their associated parking spaces and storage spaces will be offered for sale in the traditional way – the first buyer to conclude a contract of sale for an individual apartment and meet all contractual liabilities becomes the owner of the apartment. The prices of the apartments are set in advance and are not open to negotiation.

Potential buyers wishing to view the apartments are invited to book a viewing in advance by phoning the free telephone number 080 81 18 or sending an email to info@nokturno.si.
 

PARKING SPACES

1. How is parking organised within the Nokturno development?

Parking spaces are located on the garage levels beneath each segment (ABC, DE and F). There are 541 parking spaces in total, of which 478 are privately owned and 63 are reserved for visitors. Every apartment comes with two parking spaces of its own. All parking spaces belonging to apartments are assigned in advance. The majority of the parking spaces are on the three garage levels. Access to them is by lift from the individual nucleus (entrance). There are also 18 external parking spaces: 8 belonging to residents and 10 reserved for visitors.

2. Can I sell my apartment immediately after buying it? Can I sell the storage space and/or parking space bearing my ID code if I don't need them?

Decisions on the subsequent sale of all purchased property are made by the owners or buyers themselves. DUTB d.d. places no restrictions on subsequent sale.

3. Judging from the commercial sketch, the apartment comes with two parking spaces in the garage. Do I have to take both of them even if I only need one?

Under the General Conditions of Sale, every apartment comes with a storage space (some come with two) and two garage parking spaces. This means that it is not possible to purchase just one parking space. The new owner can, however, sell the parking space at a later date if it is not needed, since each parking space is identified by its own ID code.

4. Is it possible to swap parking spaces?

Under the General Conditions of Sale, the ID codes of the parking spaces that belong to an individual apartment are determined in advance. This means that swapping parking spaces is not possible.

BUSINESS UNITS, COMMON AREAS

1. What activities are permitted in the business units?

As stated in the Technical Description, the business units are reserved for quiet activities that do not create or produce a disturbance. The business units are not currently offered for sale.

ACCOUNTING, COSTS

1. How are costs accounted in the apartments?

All apartments have separate meters to measure water and electricity consumption. The development has three boiler rooms (using liquefied petroleum gas from Sermin) to provide the apartments and business units with heating water. All apartments have calorimeters for heating water in a closed cabinet outside the apartment. Heating of the apartments is also possible using the built-in air conditioning system. Shared costs relating to communal areas are calculated by the administrator.

2. Will DUTB d.d. as the owner of the unsold apartments pay a proportionate share of the administration and maintenance costs and other shared costs (electricity in communal areas, cleaning of communal areas, etc.)?

Just like the other owners of individual units, DUTB d.d. will pay all administration and maintenance costs for the unsold apartments and other shared costs in proportion to its co-ownership share. 

3. How will the green roofs be maintained in the future and what costs can future residents expect in this connection?

Maintenance of the green roof will be organised by the administrator of the development, who will select the most favourable bidder in accordance with the agreement with the individual unit owners. Costs will be divided among the individual apartments in accordance with their co-ownership share.

SIGNING THE CONTRACT, FINANCING AND HANDOVER

1. When can I sign the contract of sale?

After selecting the desired apartment, the buyer may immediately sign a contract of sale at the office in the Nokturno development. If a buyer does not wish to sign the contract of sale immediately after selecting an apartment, he or she may instead sign a reservation form which is valid for 5 days. The buyer must sign the contract of sale before the expiry of this period.

2. What are the payment conditions on signing the contract of sale?

Following the signing of the contract of sale, the buyer must pay a deposit equal to 10% of the sale price into the account of the seller DUTB d.d. within eight days. The deposit is included in the purchase price and counts as the first instalment of the purchase price. The buyer must pay the remainder of the purchase price to DUTB d.d. within 60 days of signing the contract.

3. When can I pick up the keys to my flat?

The seller will provide the buyer with the keys to the apartment within 15 days at the latest of payment of the full purchase price. The seller and buyer will draw up and sign a handover report covering the handover and acceptance of the property.

4. Does the seller offer any form of financing?

A list of banks offering financing for the purchase of apartments in the Nokturno development is available on the website www.nokturno.eu.

5. Who covers the costs of concluding the contract of sale?

The costs of concluding the contract of sale, i.e. certification by a notary of the contract of sale with land register authorisation, shall be borne by the seller, DUTB d.d.

In the case of purchase of an apartment by means of a loan, the costs of loan approval and conclusion of the loan agreement shall be borne by the buyer. In the case of a mortgage loan, the buyer shall also cover the costs of notarising the establishment of a mortgage in order to secure a financial claim.

6. Does the buyer have any other costs to pay apart from the purchase price?

In addition to the purchase price, which already includes VAT and the costs referred to in the previous answer, the buyer shall also be liable for the costs of entry of title in the land register (court fee) and the cost of preparing a proposal for entry in the land register and entry of the proposal in the land register, if this is done by a notary. The cost of entry of title depends on the value of the property and is determined in point 10 of section 9 of the Court Fees Act.

7. Can I choose my own notary?

Certification by a notary of the contract of sale with land register authorisation will be carried out by the seller at the office of the notary public Meta Zupančič, Davčna ulica 1, 1000 Ljubljana, where the originals of contracts of sale with land register authorisations may also be kept until final payment of the purchase price.

In the event that the buyer obtains a mortgage loan, he or she may choose a notary in the area in which the property being purchased is located for the purposes of establishing a mortgage to secure a financial claim on the basis of a previously concluded loan agreement.

GUARANTEES

1. What happens if I discover defects after taking possession of the apartment?

Patent defects, except those listed in the List of Characteristics, must be claimed on handover of the apartment.

The seller is liable for latent defects that appear within two years of the buyer taking possession of the apartment. The seller is liable for latent defects categorisable as relating to solidity of construction if these appear within 10 years of the takeover by the administrator Tabor upravljanje in vzdrževanje d.o.o., i.e. starting in March 2011.

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