Strata titles were introduced to New South Wales in 1973 to provide an individual title for each lot in an apartment building or town house development. Each complex also has ‘common property’, the term used for areas such as courtyards, gardens, and foyers whose use is shared by the owners.
The Owners’ Corporation
The Owners Corporation is the key body connected with the operation of a Strata Title building. See our Complete Guide to the Owners Corporation.
The Strata Manager’s role is to work with the Owners’ Corporation and Executive Committee to successfully control, manage, maintain and administer the property and to create an appropriate community environment. It includes tasks such as:
- General accounting, budgeting and Invoicing of levies/service charges
- Meeting preparation and communication with property stakeholders
- Coordination of maintenance tasks
- Enforcement of rules/by-laws
Want to know what you can or cannot do in a Strata building?
We answer many of your questions in our Frequently Asked Questions page.
What about life in a Strata Building?
Get the best pointers with our 5 Golden Rules for Strata Living.
What we can do for you
Set yourself on the path to smooth and successful transactions:
Do you have more questions about buying or selling a strata unit?
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