You may be unhappy with your current property management agents but are perhaps put off from switching, believing that this is a complicated and lengthy procedure. The reality, thankfully, is that with Cable Rock looking guiding you through the process, this can be stress-free and reasonably quick. Continue reading
Apartment living has never been more popular – no least due to rocketing house prices – but one important aspect flat owners should continually question is whether they are getting value for money from their management company, or if someone else do it better? Continue reading
In our experience, every development is different which is why we never take a ‘one size fits all approach’ to setting and managing service charges. Instead, we build bespoke packages to suit the residential blocks that we manage. We understand no one likes to pay more than they have to, so we work hard to deliver the best value for your service charge whilst making sure that your development is maintained to the highest possible standards. Continue reading
The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act of 2002 gave long leaseholders of residential apartments the right to manage their own block development, subject to certain qualifying criteria.
This means that flat owners can now choose their own management company, negotiate fees and maintenance schedules, determine their own service charges and, most importantly, decide on how best to spend it. Continue reading
At Cable Rock, we currently manage both small and large residential blocks and always tailor our services to suit your needs. We have a proven track record of both reducing service charges and improving the maintenance regime.
We pride ourselves on having a completely transparent service where nothing is ever hidden from our clients. This means that we offer you the option to view your account, anytime, so you know exactly what the status is, what funds you hold and how your charges are being spent. Continue reading
60% of flat owners want the management of residential blocks of flats independently regulated according to a recent leaseholder survey. The finding indicates that the flat owners want more protection than is currently offered in the marketplace. Continue reading