It is estimated that roughly 50% of residential leasehold properties in the UK are run through a resident management company (RMC). What is harder to tell is how many of these are under self-management. Based on the numbers of self-managed
JFM Block & Estate Management have achieved accreditation by the Leasehold Knowledge Partnership (LKP). For us, this is a major milestone. Our stance on developer relationships and a refusal to work for freeholder-investor landlords has struck a chord with the
Below are some of the more immediate questions that one might ask when considering whether to collectively exercise the Right-to-Manage and take control of a block away from the landlord. This list is not exhaustive by any means and is
Part 3 - Changing Managing Agents – Top 10 Things to Consider 8. Client Login Personally, if I could not administer and carry out certain fundamental functions online for my banking, utilities, mobile phone and so on, I really would despair
Part 2 - Changing Managing Agents - Top 10 Things to Consider 5. The Size of the Property Manager’s Portfolio There are very well-known and successful firms of block management firms out there which seemingly do quite well out
Part 1 - Changing Managing Agents - Top 10 Things to Consider - Costs The Standard Management Fee It is not acceptable nowadays for a firm to bill their management fee in any way other than a set fee per
It will take just 5-10 minutes on the phone for us to run through key details about your building so we can produce an indicative quote for you. You can use this as a rough guide to see if we are a good match for your building. If we are competitive, you’ll be entitled to a free site inspection.
As part of an inspection we will undertake a detailed review of your block/estate which we use to produce a full fee proposal. Simply enter your details below for more information.