Take Back Control With Right To Manage


If you are not happy with the way your block is being managed, now could be the time to take control.

Right to Manage enables homeowners to take control of the management of their block, decide how it is managed and which company they may want to partner with to make their lives and the lives of their neighbours much easier. If you have questions about Right to Manage, don’t hesitate to ask us now.

Choosing Right to Manage can have several potential benefits for leaseholders who are, up to this point, unhappy with the running of their block. The benefits include:

  • You have a say on how your block is managed.
  • You choose which, if any, company you would like to manage your block and what level of management you would prefer.
  • You can decide how funds are allocated and spent.
  • Your service charge could reduce due to more efficient budget management and more intelligent use of resources.
  • If you choose a management company such as JCF Property Management, you immediately gain transparency regarding what work is planned and completed, when and by whom.  You also gain a professional partner you can work with to carefully navigate important regulations as well as implement a longer term strategy for your block. All resulting in much happier owners and tenants.

 

Ask Us:

Got questions about RTM for your block? Ask us now.

If you are considering Right To Manage and you have questions about the process, what factors to consider and what pitfalls to avoid, we’re here to help. Ask your question now.

Is Our Block Eligible For Right To Manage?


There are certain criteria that the leaseholders and the block itself must meet before considering Right To Manage. Importantly however, the leaseholders do not have to prove fault or negligence on the part of the current landlord. If the majority of leaseholders are unhappy with the current management, then Right To Manage may well be an option. Some key criteria:

  • At least half of the leaseholders within the block must be in favour of Right To Manage.
  • At least three quarters of the block’s floor area must be residential (e.g. not commercial premises), excluding car parks and common areas.
  • At least two thirds of the leaseholders’ leases must have 21 years or more remaining.
  • The block must contain at least 2 flats.

As you would expect, JCF Property Management is an expert with regards to Right To Manage and we can advise you regarding your options and help guide you through every step of the process.


Customer
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I myself would recommend them without any hesitations. and I hope my review will help those looking to change managing agents.
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...all the residents really appreciate what JCF has done for us and I would have no hesitation in recommending them. Having dealt with othe management companies they are certainly the best in Putney.
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Every time we have had an issue in the house, the response has been quick and effective. Whenever they had to get someone in the house (which happened rarely), they always informed us well in advance.
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As a 4 year long tenant in a property managed by JCF I have nothing but good things to say. They are extremely professional and deal with the smallest of issues quickly and proficiently.
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I have always had a fantastic experience dealing with JCF Property Management. Highly recommended.
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