Property Management division provides clients with a comprehensive management service, handling individual flat investments and also residential blocks and commercial buildings.
Moving into a new flat inevitably has some teething problems, and our Property Management division have considerable experience of liaising with developers, contractors and purchasers to ensure that the settling in process is as trouble free as possible. The Property Management division also provides project management services for shell and core developments where lessees carry out their own fitting out works.
The block management service includes the collection of ground rents, service charge management and accounting, and the preparation of medium term maintenance programmes.
We encourage the formation of a recognised residents association in each block, and aim to meet once or twice a year with each association or with residents generally.
The division aims to set an appropriate service charge level for each block and ensure that this increases generally in line with inflation year by year, alongside the collection of a suitable reserve fund for planned maintenance. In this way lessees can be assured that there will be no surprises with unexpected demands for additional sums needed to carry out unforeseen maintenance work.
Residential Letting Management
The residential letting management service includes the collection of rents on behalf of the landlord, ensuring that properties are kept in good condition and the handling of all requests from the tenant. As well as two monthly inspections, the management service liaises with our Letting offices to ensure that at the end of each tenancy void periods are kept to a minimum. See our ‘Landlords’ section for further details.
The Property Management division also manages a number of commercial investments, and again will collect the rents on behalf of the landlord and carry out all routine maintenance on the building. The division will also deal with all tenant queries and ensure the building is kept in good condition.