Muberry Property Management

Residential Block Management

Mulberry’s wide experience of residential property management across the region is reflected in its diverse portfolio of apartments, houses and mixed-use developments demised under a mixture of tenures.

Our reputation is built on an honest, friendly, professional and independent service, tailored to the individual need of each client. The business has grown through word of mouth, as customer recommendation has brought new accounts from clients who are equally impressed by our attention to detail and hands-on approach.

We act on behalf of either the freeholder or the Residents’ Management Company to deliver bespoke management of communal areas efficiently, with no conflicts of interest. From parking disputes to major refurbishment projects, our property managers take away the strain while ensuring everyone is kept informed.

We manage city centre, suburban and rural properties, from modern residential blocks to converted and listed buildings.

Aided by the industry-leading software, we keep our dealings transparent as we prepare annual budgets, collect service contributions and maintain up-to-date book-keeping and accounts, in accordance with RICS and ARMA (The Association of Residential Managing Agents) regulations.

We help leaseholders take control of the management of their building or development through the Right to Manage process. We’ll explain what’s involved, guide you through the legal mechanism and assist board directors in obtaining the company’s objectives.

Speak to our approachable team about how our outstanding customer service can remove the hassle of managing communal developments. We’ll unlock the true potential of your property, so both you and residents see only the advantages of living there.

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Managing agents should communicate with all parties to ensure services are delivered effectively for the benefit of all and to ensure that everyone understands what services they can expect to receive and how much they are required to pay.

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)