Working with a range of residential property developers from a National House Builder to a private investment estate, we utilise our expert manpower, the latest online resources, and a trusted, certified, and insured network of contractors. We operate in line with and are regulated by the top organisations in the industry, including ARMA, RICS AND IRPM, and employ accredited residential managers with years of experience, which means we have the best teams using the correct internal procedures and controls to effectively manage any estate in London.
Each development that we are appointed is treated with an individual approach, targeting the needs of the client and those of the residents alike, but the collection of the estate service charge is of course a fundamental part of our role as Property Managing Agent. For a smooth transition, our onboarding team is highly experienced in welcoming new customers and setting their accounts on our online Portal.
Block management is often perceived to be a complex mix of services that collectively ensure the building is safe to visit, work in, utilise and live in. We do all of that and more! Our experience in managing blocks that go way beyond just living spaces has built a knowledge bank that provides everything with well-maintained block needs. We expertly maintain and financially manage all of our blocks as if they were our own, as well as making sure residents and staff are kept safe through rigorous Health & Safety practices.
We understand what our clients and residents are looking for in terms of maintaining the highest standards of living. Apartments are sold on a Leasehold tenure and come in many shapes, sizes, and locations, from new build blocks to converted warehouses, to commercial premises. When you purchase a leasehold apartment you're purchasing everything internal beyond your front door, including a balcony if you have one.
It's the freeholder that usually owns the whole building from top to bottom including the land the building stands on. The freeholder is usually the person responsible for the maintenance and any repair works required for the general upkeep of the building. These costs are recoverable through the service charges that the leaseholders pay annually.
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