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  • Property Alert | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    Studio Terrace Townhouse Unit Villa Warehouse Bedrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Bathrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min Price 50 000 100 000 150 000 200 000 250 000 300 000 350 000 400 000 450 000 500 000 550 000 600 000 650 000 700 000 750 000 800 000 850 000 900 000 950 000 1 000 000 1 250 000 1 500 000 1 750 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 4 000 000 5 000 000 10 000 000 Max Price 50 000 100 000 150 000 200 000 250 000 300 000 350 000 400 000 450 000 500 000 550 000 600 000 650 000 700 000 750 000 800 000 850 000 900 000 950 000 1 000 000 1 250 000 1 500 000 1 750 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 4 000 000 5 000 000 10 000 000 All Suburbs Adelaide Adelaide Airport Adelaide Lead Adelaide Park Adelaide River Albury Anula Armadale Ashmore Ashton Avenell Heights Balgowan Barooga Bees Creek Bellevue Hill Benalla Berrimah Beverly Hills Big Bend Bilambil Heights Bloomsbury Boat Harbour Beach Bondi Bondi Beach Bondi Junction Bonnells Bay Boronia Bowenville Brighton Brisbane Brucedale Busselton Caboolture Cabramatta Callaghan Cambridge Canberra Carlotta Carseldine Chapman Churchlands Collinswood Corowa Craigburn Farm Crescent Pacific Pines Darwin Darwin River Dam Denistone Devils Creek Devonport Doncaster Doreen East Melbourne East Sydney Eastwood Fremantle Freshwater Geneva Geographe Gladesville Gladstone Gloucester Hilton Kensington Keswick Terminal Kirribilli Kwinana Beach Larrakeyah Launceston Liverpool Magill Main Beach Main Creek Matraville Melbourne Minyama Mosman Murray Bridge Myrtleford Nabawa Newcastle North Bondi North Fremantle North Gosford North Shore Northcote Northern Gully O connor Paddington Paradise Beach Paramatta Perth Pimpama Point Cook Port Of Brisbane Potts Point Preston Randwick Reservoir Rocky Gully Rose Bay Rowville Sandy Bay Smithton St Helens Strickland Subiaco Sunshine Beach Surry Hills Sydney Townsville Tura Beach Ulladulla Vaucluse Virginia Walkerville Wembley West Hindmarsh West Wodonga Whiteman Creek Wilson Valley Wilston Wimbledon Wollongong Sales Open Times New Rental Listings Property Type Acreage semi rural Alpine Apartment Block Of Units Flat House Land Retirement Rural Semi Detached Serviced Apartment Studio Terrace Townhouse Unit Villa Warehouse Bedrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Bathrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Min Price 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 950 1 000 1 100 1 200 1 300 1 400 1 500 1 600 1 700 1 800 1 900 2 000 2 500 3 000 4 000 5 000 Max Price 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 950 1 000 1 100 1 200 1 300 1 400 1 500 1 600 1 700 1 800 1 900 2 000 2 500 3 000 4 000 5 000 All Suburbs Adelaide Adelaide Airport

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  • Property Appraisal | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    Management Service Repair Request General Strata Info FAQ H D STORY Company Profile Our Team H D News Contact Us Buy Rent Sold Leased Suburb All Suburbs ASHMONT BOOROOMA COOLAMON ESTELLA FLOWERDALE FOREST HILL GLENFIELD PARK KOORINGAL LAKE ALBERT LLOYD MARRAR NORTH WAGGA WAGGA SPRINGVALE TARCUTTA TATTON THE ROCK TURVEY PARK WAGGA WAGGA Price From 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Price To 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Property Appraisal Property Appraisal Property Management Leased Properties My Details Name First Last My Email Contact Phone Preferred method of contact Email Phone My Current Property Details Suburb Unit No Street No Street Name Property Type House Unit Apartment Commercial Townhouse Other Bedrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6 Car Spaces 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bathrooms 1 2 3 4 5 6

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  • Property Management | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    D News Contact Us Buy Rent Sold Leased Suburb All Suburbs ASHMONT BOOROOMA COOLAMON ESTELLA FLOWERDALE FOREST HILL GLENFIELD PARK KOORINGAL LAKE ALBERT LLOYD MARRAR NORTH WAGGA WAGGA SPRINGVALE TARCUTTA TATTON THE ROCK TURVEY PARK WAGGA WAGGA Price From 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Price To 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Property Management Property Appraisal Property Management Leased Properties The Hore Davies difference managing your property We do more than just collect rent We take more time to select the best applicant We take more responsibility for your property s care Our team experience combines to give you more We make a point of knowing more about current legislation Monthly Newsletter Regular Communication Strategic Office Location Very Strict Code of Ethics Trust Accounts Audited Regularly Over 90 years experience in the Real Estate Industry allows Hore Davies to offer service to you which is second to none Operating one of the largest Property Management Portfolios in the Riverina area we offer professional ethical and personal service We have a dedicated team of well trained property management specialists using the most up to date technology As such the decision to appoint an agent to work in your best interests needs to be taken after careful examination of the agent and the services which they offer Hore Davies Real Estate aims to demonstrate the important aspects of our commitment to service that is with

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  • Leased Properties | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    Suburbs BOOROOMA Glenfield Park MOUNT AUSTIN TURVEY PARK WAGGA WAGGA Price From 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1 000 Price To 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1 000 Leased Properties Wagga Wagga 5 179 Lake Albert Road LEASED Unit 2 1 Glenfield Park 96 Mima Street LEASED House 4 2 2 Wagga Wagga 3 8 Graham Street LEASED Unit 2 1 1 Wagga Wagga LEASED House 3 1 2 Wagga Wagga 6 69 Beckwith Street LEASED Unit 2 1 Mount Austin 16 Walteela Avenue LEASED House 3 1 1 Wagga Wagga 12 Durack Circuit LEASED House 4 2 2 Wagga Wagga 3 114 Trail Street LEASED House 1 1 Wagga Wagga 292 Kincaid Street LEASED House 2 1 Boorooma 34 Strickland Drive LEASED House 3 2 2 Wagga Wagga 46 Blamey Street LEASED House 4 2 2 Wagga Wagga 12 Stellway Close LEASED House 5 2 1 Wagga Wagga 4 2 4 Reddoch Drive LEASED Unit 2 1 Wagga Wagga 46 Blamey Street LEASED House 4 2 2 Mount Austin 5 33 Wren Street LEASED Unit 2 1 Wagga Wagga 8 71 Johnston Street LEASED Unit 2 1 Wagga Wagga 10 Kokoda

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  • Management Service | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Price To 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Management Service Management Service Repair Request General Strata Info FAQ Strata Management Hore Davies is an innovative boutique real estate company with a large Strata Management Department As the only real estate agency to offer strata management services our aim is to provide quality and cost efficient services to buildings in Wagga Wagga and the surrounding district The Company has over 50 years experience in strata management since beginning in the late 1950 s Our managers are supported by an outstanding group of professionals who are dedicated to making sure your strata scheme runs smoothly The Strata Department has been built up over the many years by taking on one building at a time This allows us to devote our best efforts to bedding down each one rather than buying a portfolio of buildings which would be demanding on staff and we feel unfair to the client It has always been our objective to provide relevant cost efficient and innovative services for a reasonable fee Services The focus of our strata services is to protect your Strata assets We achieve this by ensuring your building is well maintained adequately insured and a sufficient buffer is available in your sinking fund to meet future capital expenses The flow on effect of a well managed Owners Corporation is higher resale values for individual owners Financial Maintain Trust Account Issue Levy Notices Recovery Levy Arrears Issue payments Preparation

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  • Repair Request | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    Request Appraisal Hore Davies Property Management Leased Properties STRATA Management Service Repair Request General Strata Info FAQ H D STORY Company Profile Our Team H D News Contact Us Buy Rent Sold Leased Suburb All Suburbs ASHMONT BOOROOMA COOLAMON ESTELLA FLOWERDALE FOREST HILL GLENFIELD PARK KOORINGAL LAKE ALBERT LLOYD MARRAR NORTH WAGGA WAGGA SPRINGVALE TARCUTTA TATTON THE ROCK TURVEY PARK WAGGA WAGGA Price From 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Price To 100 000 200 000 300 000 400 000 500 000 600 000 700 000 800 000 900 000 1 000 000 1 500 000 2 000 000 2 500 000 3 000 000 3 500 000 4 000 000 Repair Request Management Service Repair Request General Strata Info FAQ Maintenance Request Form We would love to hear from you Please fill out this form and we will get in touch with you shortly First Name Last Name Phone Number Email Property Address Property Suburb Property Manager Maintenance Request Captcha Latest Sales Latest News About us

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  • General Strata Info | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    the area of the land and building not included in any lot It is jointly owned by all owners and the Owners Corporation is responsible for its management The common property boundaries of each lot are generally formed by the upper surface of the floor but not including carpet the under surface of the ceiling the external or boundary walls including doors and windows Generally common property includes floors including a ramp or stairway boundary wall including any door window or other structure within the wall and their working parts ceramic tiles originally attached to a common property surface eg the floor or boundary wall pipes in common property or servicing more than one lot parquet and floorboards originally installed vermiculite ceilings plaster ceilings and cornices magnesite finishes on the floor balcony walls and doors are usually common property if the strata plan was registered after 1 July 1974 unless the registered strata plan says it is not In addition structural cubic space is usually common property unless the registered strata plan shows that it forms part of the lot Structural cubic space includes any pipes wires cables or ducts that are not for the enjoyment of a single lot any cubic space enclosed by a structure enclosing any of these pipes wires cables or ducts Boundaries If you are unclear about which parts of your unit are your individual lot and which parts are common property check on the strata plan The common property boundaries are usually shown on strata plans by thick black lines Sometimes it may be necessary to refer to the registered strata plan if the boundaries between common property and lots in a Strata Scheme are unclear If you wish to obtain a copy or seek interpretation of the registered strata plan of your scheme contact the Department of Lands at www lands nsw gov au or call 9288 6666 Care of common property The Owners Corporation is responsible for the ongoing maintenance of common property unless it decides by special resolution that it is inappropriate for a particular item and its decision will not affect the safety or appearance of the strata scheme This includes repair work and replacing and renewing common property when needed Repairs and renovations involving common property Any repairs or renovations to an individual lot that involve common property for example installing cable television or adding a new window will need the permission of the Owners Corporation The Owners Corporation can decide by special resolution at a general meeting to all or a particular lot owner to make additions to or alter common property They can pass on an exclusive use by law which gives the owner the use not ownership of that area of common property and makes them responsible for the repair and maintenance of the area otherwise the Owners Corporation is responsible An exclusive use by law must be registered with Department of Lands within two years Now to answer the original questions Who is responsible for

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  • FAQ | Hore & Davies Real Estate
    the last financial statement up to a date not earlier than 2 months before the date of the annual general meeting at which the statements are tabled Register of Notices Orders Section 109 certificates This is a certificate issued by the owners corporation giving details about insurance executive committee current levy contributions any special levies levy amounts outstanding by laws made by owners corporation within the past 2 years which have not been registered at the Land Titles Office There is a set form under the Regulations of the SSMA and the common seal of the owners corporation must be affixed The certificate may only be completed by an appropriately authorised person How long must documents be kept To be kept for at least 7 years all accounting records minutes of meetings be kept for at least 6 years notices of meetings orders correspondence notices To be kept for at least 1 year proxies after proxy expires Every Strata Scheme has to have an Executive Committee There can be a minimum of 1 and maximum of 9 members Here is a guide to what makes up a typical Executive Committee The executive committee This committee is made up of representatives of the owners corporation elected at each annual general meeting Apart from the office holders the office bearers of chairperson secretary and treasurer are elected There can be a minimum of 1 and maximum of 9 members Office holders are elected at the executive committee meeting following the Annual General Meeting Even if there is a strata managing agent and certain duties have been delegated to them the secretary and treasurer are still able to exercise their powers if they choose to do so In most instances the strata managing agent normally performs all the functions of the secretary and treasurer and they operate in a supervisory position In a scheme where there are only 2 lots the executive committee comprises the two owners Any decision made by the executive committee is treated as a decision by the owners corporation provided the motion does not relate to a restricted matter which must be decided by the owners corporation at a general meeting What is the purpose of an Executive Committee To attend to the administration of the day to day running of the strata scheme Often this is in liaison with a professional strata managing agent Under the Strata Management Act 1996 the chairman secretary and treasurer have certain functions some of which are listed below Chairman Preside at meetings conduct meetings decide on issues relating to voting and procedure Secretary Convene meetings executive committee general prepare distribute minutes of meetings attend to correspondence on behalf of owners corporation maintain administrative and secretarial records of owners corporation including strata roll Treasurer Issue levy notices receipt and bank monies on behalf of owners corporation prepare Section 109 certificates prepare financial statements and other financial records maintain accounting records Return to the top The GST will mean changes to your strata but don t worry I can help you Also the Strata Schemes Management Act has certain requirements regarding preparation of annual accounts see below The GST and strata GST commenced 1 July 2000 There has been an increase in administration and accounting paperwork for owners corporations Self managed schemes should seek advice from specialist strata accountants If increased administrative and accounting work is not welcomed seek a quotation from a professional strata managing agent to administer the affairs of the owners corporation There are many traps in dealing with GST requirements The owners corporation has to address such things as whether they are required to register with the Australian Taxation Office if total levy and other income is below 50 000 whether registration is the preferred option can owners claim input tax credits how to deal with suppliers who do not have an ABN withholding tax for non ABN suppliers lodgments of Business Activity Statements general GST requirements and many other issues Owners corporations should look carefully at all their suppliers ie whether they have an ABN and whether they are registered as this will impact on the owners corporation The GST issues affecting an owners corporation are very complex Further information can be obtained from the Australian Taxation Office internet site which is located at www ato gov au GST Taxation Taxation implications for a strata scheme involve income tax GST non mutual income eg income from non owners such as payment from communications companies for erecting transmission towers on buildings Accounting Audit The Strata Schemes Management Act has certain requirements regarding preparation of annual accounts Unless your strata scheme is managed by a professional strata managing agent professional accounting advice should be sought Apart from compliance with legislation intending purchasers of units in the strata scheme would require that the records be correctly maintained Whether your strata scheme is managed by the owners or by a professional strata managing agent there are many benefits for the strata scheme in having its accounts examined by an independent auditor Talk to an accountant experienced in the intricacies of strata scheme finances Return to the top By law Strata schemes legislation requires the Owners Corporation to hold various meetings from time to time Listed below is an explanation of the various types of meetings you may need to be involved in Meetings There are various types of meeting Inaugural Meeting held immediately after registration of the strata plan First Annual General Meeting compulsory meeting which must be held within 2 months of 1 3 of the aggregate unit entitlement being sold Extraordinary General Meeting all general meetings that are not annual general meetings Executive Committee Meeting meeting of executive committee members The Annual General Meeting must be held each year on a date not earlier than one month before nor later than one month after the anniversary date of the First Annual General Meeting When are General Meetings held each year within the required timeframe when a special matter needs to be considered ie major works to raise a special levy change by laws appoint a strata managing agent when a requisition is received for an extraordinary general meeting signed by one or more persons entitled to vote in respect of one or more lots the unit entitlement of which is at least a quarter of the aggregate unit entitlement How is a General Meeting convened A notice is forwarded to owners first mortgagee and covenant chargee by strata managing agent or secretary of owners corporation By majority vote of executive committee A general meeting requires 7 clear days notice The First Annual General Meeting requires 14 clear days notice What must the agenda of an annual general meeting contain Copy of the last financial statement of the owners corporation Copy of minutes of last general meeting if not already provided Motion to confirm minutes of last general meeting Motion to accept last financial statement Information about each current insurance policy held by owners corporation Motion to consider appointing an auditor Motion to consider taking out insurances for office holders and misappropriation of funds Motion to decide on number of executive committee members Motion to elect executive committee members Information about voting rights quorum Proxy form There must be a clear note if any resolution requires a unanimous or special resolution How do I request something to be included in an agenda of a general meeting If you are entitled to vote at a general meeting you may give written notice to the secretary of the owners corporation How are meetings conducted The chairperson of the owners corporation must preside at a general meeting if they are present If they are not present the meeting must elect a person to chair that particular meeting Who is entitled to vote The owner first mortgagee or covenant chargee of a lot recorded on the strata roll Only those owners whose levy payments are not in arrears A person who has been appointed in writing by a company as its company nominee A properly appointed proxy What if a quorum is not present If a quorum is not present within 1 2 hour of the time for commencement of the meeting the meeting must be adjourned The chairperson presiding at the meeting must state the time and place for the adjourned meeting It must be adjourned for at least 7 days Notice of the time date and place must be served by the secretary on the owners at least 1 day prior to the meeting PROXIES For a proxy to be valid it must be In the form prescribed by SSMA Regulations Given to the secretary of the owners corporation before or at the commencement of the meeting NOTE A proxy must state the period it is valid ie not more than 12 months or for 2 consecutive annual general meetings whichever is the greater If the person who gave the proxy attends the meeting and votes in person the proxy has no effect If more than one proxy is available the most recent proxy is valid Motions Resolutions A MOTION MUST Clearly state the proposal to be considered at the meeting State a special or unanimous resolution is required Generally resolutions are decided by a simple majority ordinary resolution This is either by numbers or in the event of a poll by unit entitlement There are certain matters that can only be decided by SPECIAL resolution ie change by laws granting exclusive use of common property UNANIMOUS resolution ie sale of common property POLL This is when a vote is decided by the value of the votes The value is the unit entitlement of each lot While the original owner owns half or more of the aggregate unit entitlement their vote is reduced to 1 3 of their aggregate unit entitlement Any owner present and voting can request a poll Return to the top STOP Whatever you do don t get caught out by failing to take out the right insurances There are several types of insurance required Here is a short list but check your requirements with an insurance company that specialises in strata insurance Building The owners corporation has a duty to cover the building in the strata scheme under a damage policy with an approved insurer For details of what is included in the definition building refer to the SSMA This requirement does not apply for 2 lot schemes where the buildings are detached and no building or part of the building in the strata scheme is situated outside those lots Also the 2 owners must decide by unanimous resolution that the owners corporation will not effect insurance In the SSMA there is a prescribed calculation of the sum insured The amount is calculated by adding the estimated cost of Replacement of the building Removal of debris Professional fees ie architect engineer etc Increase during the 18 month period following the date of commencement of the damage policy Note A valuation of the building must be carried out at least once every 5 years and the building insured for that amount This valuation must be carried out by a qualified valuer or quantity surveyor Public liability The owners corporation is required to insure against death or injury to a person or damage to property for which the owners corporation could be held responsible The minimum cover is 10 000 000 Workers compensation Where Workers Compensation legislation requires the owners corporation to take out workers compensation insurance this must be effected Specific information should be obtained from either Workcover or an insurance broker Voluntary workers insurance The owners corporation is required to insure against any damages it could be held responsible for in the case of a person acting on behalf of the owners corporation on a voluntary basis not receiving any reward or fee or expecting to receive this Misappropriation The owners corporation has a choice whether to take out insurance against misappropriation of money or property of the owners corporation Other insurances Owners should carefully consider taking out contents insurance to cover fixtures and fittings ie stove wallpaper curtains in the event of damage by water or fire Public Liability insurance should also be considered for any occurrence involving their lot which is not covered by owners corporation insurance The mortgagee of a lot may require the owner to take out specific insurance cover as part of the loan Levys Certain levies must be determined and administered by the Owners Corporation and levy notices have to be issued on a regular basis Here s an idea of what is involved The owners corporation must determine administrative and sinking fund levies The amount of these levies must be supported by a budget which must be tabled at a general meeting The budget must take into account actual and expected expenditure and the existing financial situation of the owners corporation Levies are generally determined at each annual general meeting The owners corporation must make its first determination of levies within 14 days of its constitution ie when the strata plan is registered The amount of levies is payable by owners based on the unit entitlement of the lot Levies are usually payable quarterly and a levy notice is issued by the treasurer of the owners corporation or the managing agent What if there are insufficient funds in either administrative or sinking fund and an expense has to be paid the owners corporation is permitted to transfer monies from one fund to another but this money is to be repaid within 3 months by way of special levy Interest If a levy is not paid within 1 month after it is due interest accrues at 10 per annum Strata living can often lead to disputes between the various strata owners These should be addressed in a proper manner and dealt with as quickly as possible before they boil over into a more serious situation Here are a few ideas for dealing with disputes Disputes Sometimes living in a strata complex disputes can arise between owners The best way to resolve this is for owners to talk through the problem with each other If a dispute cannot be resolved between owners a mediation service is available through the Strata Schemes Office If this is not successful an application may be made to the Strata Schemes Adjudicator For detailed information about the mediation or adjudication process contact the Strata Schemes Office or a strata law specialist What types of disputes can arise Parking on common property without approval Noise Alterations to common property Damage to ceilings or walls due to water penetration Keeping pets without approval from the owners corporation The mediation and adjudication process is quite complex It is best to seek assistance from a strata law specialist It is highly recommended that you use a fully qualified licensed strata managing agent to look after your strata scheme For the modest cost involved it can save you a lot of work and a lot of heartaches Strata managing agents The owners corporation may appoint a licensed strata managing agent to carry out some or all of the functions of the owners corporation How is a strata managing agent appointed This can only be done at a general meeting of the owners corporation The strata managing agent must be appointed and functions delegated A strata managing agency agreement must be executed by two members of the executive committee and the strata managing agent The strata managing agent must serve a copy of the agreement on the owners corporation within 48 hours of execution There are certain powers an owners corporation cannot delegate to a strata managing agent The strata managing agent cannot delegate to others make a decision on a matter that is required to be decided on by the owners corporation determine levies Even if an executive committee delegates some or all of its functions to a strata managing agent the executive committee may still continue to exercise all or any of its functions The owners corporation can appoint a strata managing agent to carry out some or all of the functions of the owners corporation These duties can include Maintain all accounting records Maintain trust account Collect and deposit levy contributions Issue levy notices Organise repairs and maintenance of common property Arrange quotations for services works Engage cleaners gardeners tradespeople Convene hold meetings which include preparation of notices of meeting attend meeting take minutes prepare minutes despatch minutes of meeting Attend to harmony problems Assist auditor Renew insurances Arrange valuations Attend to correspondence of owners corporation Advice on matters involving SSMA Looking for a good strata managing agent in the Wagga Wagga area Look no further than Hore Davies Real Estate tel 02 6921 2113 fax 02 6921 5844 e mail realestate horeanddavies com au Are you thinking about buying a strata title unit either as an investment or as your next home If so you would be wise to study the pages of this site and learn as much as you can about how strata schemes operate Below is a quick check list for buyers to help them avoid some of the pitfalls and traps Buying a strata unit Before purchasing a strata title unit it is wise to arrange an inspection of the books and records of the owners corporation by a suitably qualified strata searcher There are many things that are not apparent from a visible inspection of the building There are a number of factors which can impact on you once you become the owner and it is better to be informed about these so that a prudent decision can be made BEFORE purchasing Purpose of a strata search What important items should you consider Is the building adequately insured Is there a recent building valuation to support amount of insurance Does the strata scheme have an adequate sinking fund taking into account the age of the building the current state of repair the type of construction Can I

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