Managing apartment buildings takes a unique skill set. An excellent working knowledge of a wide range of legislation as well as the ability to co-ordinate a large number of people are critical.

Typically, we will work with your committee to guide the best outcomes for your building, managing the detail and implementing committee decisions.

Central to managing any group of units is recognising the importance of developing and retaining a strong sense of community. this is forefront in our minds will we manage your property.
We are very skilled at managing properties of this nature and critically we do so by also managing the relationships between the people who lived there.

Commercial owners’ corporations require a different set of skills than residential properties. Business owners need high levels of visual presentation and cleanliness, as well as an owners’ corporation manager who can arrange for works to be conducted outside of business hours to minimise the impact on the businesses within the owners’ corporation.
It is critical that the common property is managed in such a way to minimise any negative impact on those businesses.
Commercial properties have different requirements to residential properties - waste management and extra cleaning for visual presentation among them.

Retail properties require the owners’ corporation manager to have a strong understanding and empathy for the businesses which operate within the property.
Retail owners’ corporations require a different set of skills than residential properties. Business owners need high levels of visual presentation and cleanliness, as well as an owners’ corporation manager who can arrange for works to be conducted outside of business hours to minimise the impact on the businesses within the owners’ corporation.
Retail properties have different requirements to residential properties - waste management and extra cleaning for visual presentation among them. Owners corporation managers need to demonstrate a high level of empathy for business owners.

Aged care owners’ corporations typically have a very involved and engaged group of owners, which makes it critical to have an owners’ corporation manager who understands this, ensures they are open and receptive to the advice and opinions they receive and follows the process for enabling all voices to be heard.
Of primary importance is the understanding that maintenance and enhancement of common property has a very real and direct impact on the quality of life of the owners; this must be forefront in the mind of every owners’ corporation manager who is trusted with the responsibility of managing an aged care owners’ corporation.
It is a responsibility we take very seriously and with great care and empathy.

Mixed use owners’ corporations can be challenging for an owners’ corporation manager when balancing the often competing needs and wants of residential and commercial/retail.
Owners’ corporation such as these require a unique understanding and empathy for both residents for whom the property is their home as well as for those for whom it is a business premise.