Strata management involves managing the common areas and assets of a strata scheme. This includes maintaining the property, collecting levies and dealing with disputes. You’re essentially entrusting the day-to-day running of your property to a strata manager while you focus on other things.
There are many benefits to having a strata manager. Perhaps the most important benefit is that it frees up your time. Strata management is a time-consuming task, and it can be difficult to juggle this with your other commitments.
By engaging a strata manager, you can have peace of mind knowing that someone is taking care of the day-to-day management of your property. Other benefits of this service include:
Netstrata offers a comprehensive strata management service. We will work with you to develop a tailored management plan that meets the specific needs of your strata scheme. Trust that our professionals are always available, proactive, and quick to respond to your queries and concerns.
Our services include:
Budgeting and financial management
Strata planning and advice
Maintenance and repairs
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What is the role of the strata manager?
This is determined by the amount of delegated authority the agent has from the Owners Corporation. According to Section 52(1) of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015, an Owners Corporation is allowed to delegate duties to an agent;
Here at Netstrata, we have Full Delegated authority over your scheme. This allows us to provide you and the other owners with end-to-end managed services.
You can refer to this guide for a complete list of the functions and duties provided by our office.
What do my levies cover?
The strata levies you pay contribute to the running and maintenance of the common property in your Strata Scheme. This can include building insurance, electricity and gas for common areas, water usage, gardening, and cleaning services.
Proper financial planning by your Strata Manager will ensure that there are adequate funds available to cover day-to-day expenses as well as one-off or unexpected Strata maintenance items.
How is an owners corporation formed?
An Owners Corporation is automatically created when Strata Title is registered for a Strata Scheme. The Owners Corporation consists of all the owners of lots in the Strata Scheme, and each owner is automatically a member of the Corporation.
As the Strata Manager, we work on behalf of the Owners Corporation to help them fulfil their obligations under Strata Legislation.
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