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Decrease In Cars Parking On Common Property By More Than 96%

One of the most common complaints we receive is about residents parking across common property. In particular, residents raised concerns about damaged by cars parked on common gardens and even worse, blocking access to bin trucks or emergency vehicles who need to drive through the estate.

After discussing a range of options to the committee and owners at the annual general meeting, owners overwhelmingly voted to introduce a towing arrangement where any cars parked on common property would be immediately towed. After the towing arrangement was introduced, the number of cars parked on common property decreased dramatically!

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Clear management and assistance in rectifying major and minor building defects

Proactive Guidance To Owners About Resolving Their Building Defects

It’s been undeniable that the recent construction boom has also resulted in an increase in the number of properties with defects. Owners who are left to navigate the options available to rectify the defects by themselves have been overwhelmed and struggle to get the builder’s attention to return.

Our team have the resources to explain to owners the process for pursuing the builder to fix their defects within their property, as well as guiding the owners corporation through resolving any defects on common property. We arm owners with tips to get the builder to return, what the legal process is to escalate the matter further and then also provide recommendations on lawyers specialised in property and building defects so you have all the information required to get the best outcome possible.

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We transferred to Resi after not being happy with our previous manager. From the beginning the Resi team have been nothing but helpful.

Laura, KEYSBOROUGH

Common garden areas of townhouse body corporate in Victoria