A dilapidation report is a report on the condition of a property at a given point in time. It records any existing damage, and the state of any aspects of the property that are likely to be affected by construction work, excavation or demolition.
1. Independent inspection
A dilapidation survey outlines the current condition and any existing structural damage including areas which may be prone to damage. This includes (but is not limited to) cracks, stresses and water damage to floor, walls, cornices and ceilings; cracks in brickworks, road surfaces and adjoining footpaths; deterioration of roofs, gutters, downpipes a
We see the whole picture when it comes to Body Corporate reporting
Here’s a summary of some of the Body Corporate services we offer.
Insurance replacement valuations are critical, so you don’t run the risk of a shortfall if you need to make an insurance claim. You also don’t want to be over insured either, or you’ll end up paying higher premiums than necessary.
Sinking Fund Forecasts
Your Strata Scheme Sinking Fund Forecast should be comprehensive, easy to read, customised to your needs, and by law, with a 10-year forecast in place.
Fire Safety Regulations
Owners, occupiers, and tenants have a legal obligation to ensure the safety of any person inside