Strata Title reports
Strata Title properties first became registered
in New South Wales in 1973. Since then there have been a number
of changes to the Laws governing these types of properties.
Each property can adopt their own by-laws which affect living
in this type of title.
Company Title reports
One of the oldest forms of title living.
Company Title properties can be very complex and often confusing
to a new owner. You are actually buying shares in a company
as opposed to buying the unit. Company Titles have a different
set of regulations for living at the complex.
Neighbourhood Association reports
Each owner has total ownership over their
house/townhouse/unit. They each contribute to the common areas
of the complex by way of levied contributions. Adopted by-laws
also govern this type of living.
Living in a Community Title complex often
provides a multitude of additional services/ amenities to
an owner. A Community Titled complex can be made up of Strata
Titled buildings, Neighbourhood Association or a combination
of both. Often a pool, tennis courts or playground are part
of the complex. A report of this type covers all aspects of
the complex and the various issues and rules governing living
Building Management Committee (BCM) reports
A BMC, or Building Management Committee,
is not a titled entity but is made up of representatives from
various buildings forming a committee. These buildings share
facilities that are common to all. They might be a courtyard,
the fire services, or as simple as the plumbing. For example
these shared areas can be between the local library or shops
downstairs and the residential units above it. A report of
this type gives further information into the whole site.
We can provide you with contact details and
prices for reports relating to:
- ID surveys
- Pest & building pre-purchase reports
- Engineering reports