INFORMATION FOR OWNERS
At The Body Corporate Collective, our unwavering commitment to our core values sets us apart from traditional Owners Corporation Managers. We strive to redefine the industry by offering a unique approach. Above all else, we prioritize the satisfaction of our clients, ensuring they always feel appreciated and receive unparalleled service.
A Body Corporate Manager assumes the vital role of overseeing and preserving the shared spaces within a property development or subdivision. These areas are collectively owned by all the property owners, typically known as an owners corporation. If you happen to own a property within a shared living space, such as a unit complex with communal gardens, driveways, or a block of apartments with shared amenities like elevators and a pool, enlisting the services of a Body Corporate Manager can prove immensely advantageous in efficiently managing the property.
Enlisting the services of a competent Strata Management Agency is crucial for the efficient management of collectively owned properties. By relying on a professional agency to oversee the common areas of your property, you eliminate any ambiguity regarding responsibility and payment for specific services. The agency assumes administrative duties and ensures compliance with Strata laws and regulations, offering reassurance and facilitating the seamless operation of the property. With their expertise, you can experience peace of mind and a well-functioning property.
Some of the services we will manage for you are:
A property manager and a strata manager are both professionals involved in managing properties, but they serve different roles and responsibilities. A property manager primarily oversees individual rental properties on behalf of the property owner and a strata manager specializes in managing properties that are part of a strata or complex. They work closely with the owners' association or strata council to ensure the smooth operation of the entire property, including common areas, shared amenities, and resolving conflicts among residents.