My property is under new ownership. What should I do?
If your property is undergoing a change of ownership, follow these steps below:
Step 1 (if you’re the existing owner):
You can get in touch with us via the inbox on the Extranet. Just make sure you include the following info:
- Date the new owners will take over.
- Their name and email address.
- New owner`s telephone contact numbers.
We’ll contact both you and the new owners confirming that we’re aware of the upcoming change.
If you are the new owner:
You’ll get a link to fill out the following info:
- Financial details, including invoicing info, and your VAT number. IBAN numbers are required if you’re in a SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) country.
- Fill out your details (phone and email address), then read and agree to our terms and conditions.
- This will be sent to our Credit Control Team to review. Once you get confirmation of your new contract, you’ll also be sent a copy of our terms and conditions.
- A second email will include a link to set up your password so you can access the Booking.com system.
The info we highlighted above is essential for our Credit Control Team to be able to set up the new contract. Without this info, we won’t be able to create the new agreement.
For non-SEPA countries, we’ll request a direct debit agreement to be set up.
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