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Any stereotype of people owning a strata property in the past is now well and truly in the past. Today the only commonality is that they are all property owners either living in strata or treating their strata property as an investment.

Their ages vary greatly and are from different nationalities as well as different walks of life. They include migrants starting their new lives here in Australia, to parents buying an investment unit for children, downsizers, singles and couples.

The Smarter Communities blog is designed to connect all strata property owners and those thinking of buying into strata through unique content.

With over 160 years of combined corporate experience in strata management and managing over $30 billion of properties, from small two-lot communities through to large mixed-used developments, let’s just say we’ve learnt a few things or two about strata living.

Smarter Communities operates five local brands across Australia, Adelaide Strata and Community Management (ASCM), Challenge Strata Management, Ernst Body Corporate Services (Ernst), Strata Title Management (STM), and Victoria Body Corporate Services (VBCS), and collectively, we are aligned under one vision – to deliver smart solutions to create a better lifestyle for people living and invested in communities.

For more information visit smartercommunities.com.au or contact us.

 

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