"Hurford Salvi Carr Property Management took over management of our building, and the first thing they did was to sort out the service charge accounts. Previously we had little information, and we worried that cash had gone missing. Now we get regular reports and Balance Sheets emailed to us, the Property Manager brings it all on a laptop to Board Meetings, and we have confidence that our money is being looked after properly."
Director, Residents Management Company, London SE1
Service Charge Accounts Administrator
Responsible for a portfolio of service charge accounts, which includes issuing service charge demands, dealing with lessee queries, ground rent collection, supplier payments, balancing charges, banking and monitoring cash flow. Read more...
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