From service charge collection and accounting to contractor placement and insurance, Estates Property Management encompass all aspects of residential property management into our offering.
The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 provides a right for leaseholders to acquire the landlord’s management functions by transfer to a company set up by them – the Right To Manage (RTM) company. The right was introduced, not just as a means of wresting control from bad landlords, or managing agents, but also to empower leaseholders, who generally hold the majority of value in the property, to take responsibility for the management of their block.
The right to manage is available to leaseholders of flats providing your block meets the qualifying criteria. We can assess your block for you and advise if the criteria is met.
We have years of experience helping leaseholders achieve their Right to Manage and we won’t stop until we have helped many more. Feel free to discuss any issues with one of our team, further information regarding Right to Manage and other leasehold issues can be obtained from The Leasehold Advisory Service at http://lease-advice.org.
Should you decide to use Estates to take on the administration and process of acquiring the Right to Manage of your block we will not charge you a penny on the basis that you appoint us as the managing agent once the Right to Manage is achieved.