Management Company, landlord, what’s the problem
- November 17, 2015
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Management companies come in different shapes and sizes, some more efficient than others and
you will find that each charge different prices for their services. One can wonder why this is exactly.
This is because at the end of the day, they each provide a similar service to their clients. Their
services can range from collecting ground rent and managing the day-to-day running of the property
to addressing the legal aspects of the let on your behalf.
If you have recently sold a leasehold property, you will know all about this. If your leasehold
property is managed by a Managing Company, in order to sell your property you will need obtain a
management pack from them, to do this you will need to pay for the charge.
The price the Management Company can charge for their seller’s pack can vary from £100 to £610,
and this will depend on the amount of work they carry out for you.
You will also find that sometimes as well as having a managing agent managing your property, you
will also have a landlord. For this reason, don’t be alarmed where you will be required to pay for the
managing pack and a separate payment for the landlord to fill in a Landlord Leasehold Questionnaire