Understanding strata in Mandarin and Cantonese
Strata management in Australia can be quite complex. How it works here is different from China and other parts of Asia. For example, in Australia, the committee and property owners must be involved when organising repairs, maintenance and making decisions that affect common property.
While it may be tempting to let others take the lead, it’s important to get involved on your strata committee. Why? Because you should have a say about how your property investment is being managed and how your home is maintained to make sure it increases in value, and remains a good investment.
We understand that this may seem daunting because of language barriers. With this in mind, PICA Group, along with Body Corporate Services (BCS) and Dynamic Property Services has organised these webinars with selected strata management staff of an Asian background. Learn more about how strata management works in your state and how our staff can help you.
Episode 1 – Understanding strata in Cantonese with Iris Chau
Meet Iris Chau, Dynamic Property Services and learn about how strata works in New South Wales, and how it differs from Hong Kong, strata misconceptions versus the truth, why it’s important to be involved in your strata committee and how strata managers can assist owners and overseas investors.
Episode 2 – Understanding owners corporation in Mandarin with Fei ye
Meet Fei Ye, Body Corporate Services(BCS) Melbourne and learn about how owners corporation works in Victoria, and how it differs from China, owners corporation misconceptions versus the truth, why it’s important to be involved in your owners corporation committee and how owners corporation managers can assist owners and overseas investors.
Episode 3 – Understanding body corporate in Mandarin with Lincoln Dong
Meet Lincoln Dong, Body Corporate Services(BCS) Brisbane and learn about how body corporate works in Queensland, and how it differs from China, body corporate misconceptions versus the truth, why it’s important to be involved in your body corporate committee and how body corporate managers can assist owners and overseas investors.