COMPLEX MANAGEMENT > Site Management

SOME HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS UNDER OUR MANAGEMENT;

 

  • BERGGRUEN 1
  • PARK BİTEZ (Former name: B-Line)
  • ON THE ROCKS
  • TROYA 1
  • PARADISE COURT
  • GAIA 1
  • GAIA 2
  • MARINA WALK
  • MANDARIN GARDENS
  • PANDORA COMPLEX
  • BICER HOUSES
  • IRMAK RESIDENCE
  • PANORAMA COURT
  • OLIVE TREE
  • TEMMUZ SİTESİ
  • ERCAN SİTESİ
  • MÜŞKÜLÜM ÇİFTLİĞİ
  • KALE RESIDENCE
  • SEBA BOUTIQUE

 

One fundamental difference from your own country in owning a property in Turkey is that buying a house or apartment often means that you become part of an officially organized Community of Owners. Find out from your lawyer when you are purchasing your property if there is a Community of Owners and how it is run. The upkeep and value of your property will depend largely on the efficiency of the Community of Owners. New buildings will be the responsibility of the promoter or builder until they are all completed and sold. As an owner of a property in a collective group of houses or in a block of flats, you will be notified and invited to attend a meeting to formally hand over the responsibility of general upkeep of the collective properties to a newly formed Community of Owners. Older properties are part of and already ongoing Community of Owners. From the official owners each year, someone has to be elected as President. There are other official roles to be filled and there will be an Annual General Meeting each year, of which you will receive formal notice, in time for you to be able to attend. The purpose is to ensure safe upkeep and good maintenance of the urbanization or block(s) of apartments for the benefit of all owners. There are laws and bylaws which pertain to the setting up, running and statutes of the Community. Since many British and other foreigners have become home owners in Turkey and especially in Bodrum, a lot of English speaking people have become involved in these Communities. If you require our services, we will send an expert team to inspect your complex to inform you in details.

 

 

 

This is just a small example of needs for a complex; Organize the AGM Organize the management plan & complex budget for the annual expenses Organize community tax number forthe complex and the registartion of its existance Set up the complex bank account Collect monthly payments from owners Pay the communal electric and water charges Record individual meter readings if necessary Maintain the communal areas such as swimming pool & gardens, sewerage system, rubbish collection, etc. Generate and send invoices detailing assessment charges, late charges, fines and other charges to unit owners . Prepare monthly financial reports including financial statements, detailed expense reports and unit owner balance reports Handle all unit owner communication and correspondence Give general advice & support to all community members Legal bookkeeping reports from authorized bookkeepers Supply security guards, gardener, and other staff to maintain the complex Represent the complex in any matters on behalf of the owners 24 hour emergency contact with English speaking staff

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