Do you own an apartment, shop, office, parking space or garage in a building along with a number of other owners? Then you are legally obliged to appoint a property administrator. The property administrator manages the common parts of the co-ownership such as e.g. the entrance hall, the lift, etc. and submits an account of his management at the annual general meeting. As soon as the co-ownership relates to at least 20 buildings, a co-ownership council will also need to be set up. An auditor checks to make sure that the correct procedures are being followed for all financial matters.
If you are looking for a property administrator, then you have come to the right place. SYNCURA can offer tailor-made co-ownership solutions both for smaller co-ownerships and for complex buildings with various partial associations. Eleven offices spread across Flanders and Brussels and a team of 56 qualified employees provide "stress-free management".
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