Advance Block Management

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 14

Advance Block Management

13:39 PM, 26th June 2015, About 7 years ago

Too Good to be True?

It did sound a bit like a promotion, but I didnt intend for it to be as such. Just thought it was something we could relate to.

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Advance Block Management

13:30 PM, 26th June 2015, About 7 years ago

OM Property Management - Sublet fees and 'license'

Thats them saying they will get the money eventually when you sell the property as they will highligh that your in arrears to the potential buyer, which may even put them off buying the property.

Oh dear.

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Advance Block Management

13:24 PM, 26th June 2015, About 7 years ago

Too Good to be True?

Sounds great.

I recently came back from a meeting to pitch our company to carry out block management services on a development in Surrey and one of the main question was how we could manage the block if we were based in Manchester. As we have a similar model in that we cover the whole UK.

We used the same answer although (we aren't based online), we dont see the point of having multiple offices on the high street to cover an area and charging clients to cover for this costs plus the other high charges that go with it.

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Advance Block Management

12:50 PM, 11th May 2015, About 7 years ago

Right To Manage (RTM) - Advice Please?

Dear Mr Bourne,

Forming a RTM would be the best move for the development. The freeholder's charge of £300- per flat is expensive and other high may follow too. Such as Section 20 charges, comissions etc.

The solicitor fees shouldn't be much compared to the long term savings you will make and gaining control on the management of the block.

All the best.

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Advance Block Management

14:11 PM, 31st March 2015, About 7 years ago

Freeholder playing dirty tricks

I would pay the ground rent which is due. Than also write a letter advising the situation and explain why their admin charges haven't been paid. If you know when the ground rent should be paid, I would also advise for you to chase the demand up if you don't receive it in time. Good luck.... Read More