In Block Management. Appointing a managing agent is without doubt one of the most important decisions a residents group or residents management company could make.
Contracts with managing agents are generally set for a minimum period of twelve months with a rolling element, requiring the appointee to serve notice of termination at least three months before the contract end. A deadline which if missed, locks the client into a further year of service by the incumbent.
If your group is currently unhappy with the management arrangement, it pays to do the right research and take the time to avoid a repeat of the bad service or high charges you are experiencing.
This fourteen page free guide provides an in depth and impartial guide to what to look for when appointing your next managing agent.