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JFM to donate 10% of first year’s fee into your Reserve Fund

JFM to donate 10% of first year’s fee into your Reserve Fund

JFM to donate 10% of our first year’s management fee into your Reserve FundMoney Boxed up as a Gift with Red Ribbon tied around it

To further celebrate the launch of our bespoke block & estate management service for Resident Management Companies, JFM have announced a fantastic offer. As of today (15 June 2015), new clients which sign up before 1 October 2015 will receive between a 10%-15% donation directly from JFM into their reserve fund or operating service charge account.*

We know how tough it can be to get funds raised for non-routine projects such as security upgrades and communal redecorations. A cash injection is always welcome, therefore, to get much-needed building works off the ground.

As a cash donation, the funds can also be used in much less restrictive ways than day-to-day service charges. So essentially Resident Management Company Directors can spend this sum as they wish on behalf of their company’s members, without need for consideration of the usual factors, such as ‘reasonableness’ or whether the works equate to an ‘improvement’.

To take advantage of this offer please contact us at info@jfm-management.co.uk quoting the reference ‘Reserve Fund Donation’.

*Donation is payable on the condition that the client engages JFM for no less than 1 year. Donation will be paid on the first quarterly fee payment date within a financial year, from the date the management agreement is signed. Our quarterly payment dates are 1 January, 1 April, 1 June and 1 October.

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JFM Block & Estate Management LLP is an appointed representative of Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance Brokers Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Registered Office: Spectrum Building 7th Floor, 55 Blysthwood Street, Glasgow, G2 7AT. Registered in Scotland. Company Number: SC108909.

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