What is the role of a strata manager?

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In our Q&A video series Michael Vumbaca, General Manager at Jamesons Strata discusses the role and duties of a strata manager.


Video Transcript

We break strata management duties down into 6 main categories:

  1. Financial Management
  2. Compliance
  3. Insurance
  4. Strata Law
  5. Meetings
  6. Maintenance Management


These are the key areas that your strata manager will be engaged in on a day to day basis.

We have a saying here at Jamesons that to be a good strata manager you need three main skills:

  • The first is to be one-part accountant. That means that you can proactively review and provide good financial advice to your clients.
  • The second is you need to be a builder. That means that you can liaise with your clients about building matters as they come up and proactively look for good contractors that they can use when they need them.
  • The third is to be one-part psychologist. That means that you can communicate and you can deal with client issues as they come up, and you can do it with a sense of humour and a smile on your face.

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