Your responsibilities when in charge of a block

Running a residential block comes with a long list of responsibilities. A badly managed block can lead to a whole host of problems, from the costly effects of poor building maintenance to legal issues from not keeping up with new legislation.

Here is a quick summary of some of the main responsibilities which need to be taken on when running a residential block - and why you might be better off using a block management service:

What do residential block managers do?

Running a residential block and dealing with tenants is time consuming and skilled work - especially when it comes down to learning and understanding the ins and outs of constantly changing legislation and regulations. If you are a landlord or in charge of a residential block, you may have heard that getting a residential block manager’s help could save you a lot of hassle. But what do residential block managers actually do? And why might you need one?