INFORMATION FOR OWNERS
Founded on the core values of being consistent, encouraging communication, being confident and being committed to our clients. The Body Corporate Collective aims to think differently about the way Owners Corporations operate and to provide a consistently high level of service to all our clients.
If you are an owner in a block of units or apartments that has shared areas such as gardens, driveways, hall ways, elevators or even a playground then you will have a Body Corporate. Also known as Owners Corporation Managers, they strive to ensure that the common areas are maintained & cared for.
The Body Corporate Collective provides trustworthy & reliable body corporate management services for you and your owners corporation. Utilising our experience and commitment, we work closely with you to achieve a smoothly run body corporate.
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The common property is the responsibility of all owners, but it takes time and lots of work to manage all that is involved, this is where the Body Corporate Collective can help. We can manage everything from organising meetings, following legislation, insurance, property maintenance and much more.
Some of the services we will manage for you are:
Distinct in their roles and responsibilities, property managers and strata managers are both integral to property management. Property managers concentrate on managing individual rental properties for owners, while strata managers specialize in overseeing properties within a strata or complex. Strata managers work closely alongside the owners' association or strata council to maintain the overall functionality of the property, handling shared amenities, common areas, and the resolution of resident conflicts.
The roles and responsibilities of property managers and strata managers differ significantly in the realm of property management. Property managers primarily focus on the management of individual rental properties, whereas strata managers specialize in handling properties within a strata or complex. Strata managers collaborate closely with the owners' association or strata council to ensure the smooth operation of the entire property, encompassing shared amenities, common areas, and the resolution of conflicts among residents.