Your Gateway to Effective Self Management
TURN KEY SOLUTIONS FOR LEASEHOLDERS
Are you considering Self Management?
Frustration with your Managing Agent may be making you wonder if Self Management is a viable option. Murphy Thompson Moore LLP can provide practical advice and support to enable you to consider all the options. In our experience Self Management works well for committed groups of directors, who are able to invest some time upfront, getting everything up and running and then meeting on a regular, usually on a quarterly basis, to review finances and issues that have arisen. Self Management is not for everyone. We can quickly help you decide if it's a viable option for your building and provide you with a plan to transfer to Self Management. Along the way, we will answer all your questions, serve Notice on your existing Managing Agents and see the process through to the point where you take over the running of the building.
Right to Manage - how can this help me?
If your problems relate specifically to the Landlord, you may wish to remove the Landlord's involvement in the day to day management of your home, by setting up a Right to Manage company. We have successfully done this for a large number of clients. The regulatory framework is complex and the process is very technical. We have a suite of services available, to see you through from initial enquiry to acquiring the Right to Manage.
If your service charge is out of control or in dispute, we can offer a review of your current service charge bills and provide advocacy at the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal service, to enable you to resist unfair service charge demands.
Going out to Tender
Reviewing your present contract by going out to tender is an excellent way to benchmark whether or not you are getting value for money from your Managing Agent. MTM offer a Tender Round service that will enable you to do just this and if appropriate, select and appoint a new agent, on better terms, whilst dispensing with the current agent in an orderly manner.