INFORMATION FOR OWNERS
At Body Corporate Collective, we understand that managing a body corporate property can be a complex and daunting undertaking. That's why we are committed to providing our clients with reliable, supportive, and professional strata management services that they can rely on.
At the Body Corporate Collective, we have assembled a team of professionals who are dedicated to providing exceptional and tailored services to meet your needs. Our founder, Austin, will serve as your primary point of contact, and our competent team is always available to assist you. We strive to give you peace of mind in all aspects of body corporate management.
A body corporate manager is a specialist in the field of Property Owners Corporation (or strata management), responsible for the day-to-day operations of a property. They can assist with all your body corporate needs, from financial planning to preventative maintenance strategies, and provide invaluable advice and support to help maintain the value of your communal land.
If you own a property with communal areas, you may already know the significance of having a dependable body corporate management system. Shared amenities like pools, gardens, parking lots, and hallways have specific obligations, and having proper management is vital to guarantee the safety of everyone and compliance with legal regulations. At Body Corporate Collective Preston, we take care of all these tasks and more, providing an effective and professional service to ensure your property runs smoothly.
Body Corporate Collective offers expert and exceptional services to manage the challenging and time-consuming responsibilities that come with owning strata properties. We aim to take the stress out of property ownership for our clients.
Some of the services Body Corporate Collective can provide Kensington home owners include:
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.