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Strata Plumbing Issue: Who Is Responsible?

Strata Plumbing Issue: Who Is Responsible?

19th February, 2019

Posted In Body Corporate, News, Strata Management,

Living in a strata community means that most issues are solved by the owners’ corporation. They are responsible for any issues that arise within the strata scheme(s). Although a straightforward concept, matters can become complicated especially when the issue of paying for repairs is live. It is sometimes difficult to...

Strata Management Duties and Responsibilities in Australia

Strata Management Duties and Responsibilities in Australia

12th February, 2019

Posted In Body Corporate, News, Strata Management,

According to the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 (NSW), a strata manager is a person who, for some reward, carries out various owners’ corporation functions outlined in the Act. Strata managers are commonly confused with property managers. However, strata managers neither rent out nor sell properties.   A...

How Much Does Strata Management Cost in Australia?

20th January, 2019

Posted In News, Strata Management,

Strata management services help owners living with strata title better manage the property that is shared with other owners. These services help take the hassle out of managing common property, liaising with owners and organising the accounts. We understand you might have questions in relation to the cost of strata...

9 Factors to Consider When Choosing A Strata Management Company in Australia

18th December, 2018

Posted In News, Strata Management,

For those who are keen to learn how to select a strata management company, what makes a good strata manager depends on many factors. Typically, the owners corporation will submit a request for proposal (RFP) to various strata management service providers. When the proposals are received, they will assess the...

Apartment glut will lead to a 15 per cent price fall in some capital city areas

6th February, 2017

Posted In Body Corporate, News, Strata Management,

An apartment glut in some of Australia’s biggest cities has led oversupply and the risk of a sharp price fall. This will lead to a price fall of up to 15 per cent, leading economists warn. Despite the clear risks of a sharp downturn, interest rates continue to be at...