INFORMATION FOR OWNERS
Built on strong core values, The Body Corporate Collective strives to think, and act differently to a traditional Owners Corporation Manager. We want to ensure our clients always feel valued. When appointing The Body Corporate Collective as your Manager you will be dealing directly with the founder and owner of the company. You can be assured of dedication and genuine experience from Austin and his staff.
Body corporate managers are engaged to maintain a body corporate, also known as an owners corporation, which is made up of all the owners in a subdivision or property development that include common property. For example if you are an owner in a set of units who share gardens and a driveway, or an owner in a block of apartments who share elevators and a pool, then you can benefit from a body corporate manager and their services.
Common property is the responsibility of all owners, but it takes significant time and work to manage all that is involved, including insurance, following legislation, organising meetings, property maintenance, record keeping and more. This is where a body corporate manager comes in.
The Body Corporate Collective provides trustworthy and consistent body corporate management services for your owners corporation. We will work with you to achieve a smoothly run body corporate, utilising our professional experience, knowledge and commitment to you and your Essendon North Property.
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Having an experienced Strata Managment Agency is crucial to the success of running properties that a jointly ownerd or co-owned by individuals. The administration of general areas in your property take the guess work away from who is supposed to manage/ pay for what. By taking ownership of the administration responsibilities and ensuring compliance to Strata laws and regulations
Some of the services we will manage for you are:
Property managers and strata managers may both be involved in property management, but their roles and responsibilities vary. Property managers primarily focus on overseeing individual rental properties, whereas strata managers specialize in managing properties within a strata or complex. Strata managers collaborate closely with the owners' association or strata council to ensure the effective functioning of the entire property, including shared amenities, common areas, and the resolution of resident conflicts.