Red Brick are experts in residential property management. We provide services to developers, freeholders and residential management companies, specialising in the management of blocks of flats/apartments, housing estates with communal land and mixed tenure developments.
Customer service is a key focus of our property management team and we pride ourselves on providing a personal service by keeping our clients at the heart of what we do. We endeavour to act in the interest of both residents and freeholders and, in the event of any disputes, we always aim to resolve any issues to the mutual satisfaction of both parties.
Our specialist team is supported by a board of directors who have a collective 40 years of residential property management experience between them, so we are able to consistently deliver personalised services to a high standard.
You can contact our team on 01438 303333 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our residential property management services.
The experienced property management team at Red Brick work with freeholders, RMC clients, property developers, surveyors and solicitors to discuss day-to-management, plan major works, discuss legislation and litigation, advise on budgets and arrange Planned Preventative Maintenance schedules. We offer a range of residential property management services in Chelmsford, including:
We also provide the following services for freeholders:
Ground rent invoicing and collection
Freehold and lease extension negotiation
Advice on legislation
We understand the differences in every project and are committed to providing a service that fully meets each specific requirement. We keep up consistent communication with our clients and the residents of our developments to ensure transparency and customer satisfaction.
Famous for being the birthplace of radio in the 19th century, Chelmsford is one of the newest cities in the UK and the only city in Essex.
Chelmsford is well-connected with the rest of Essex and the UK. The city offers excellent transport links and is only a 35-minute train journey from the centre of London, making it a popular location for commuters. There are also great motorway links and it is only a 20-minute drive to Stansted Airport.
The High Chelmer, Bond Street and The Meadows shopping centres are full of well-known chains and restaurants, but there is no shortage of smaller, independent shops and cafes to explore on Baddow Road and Moulsham Street. Despite being a city, Chelmsford still has plenty of green space to offer, with several parks and protected countryside.
Chelmsford also boasts an impressive architecture that can be seen in its historic buildings, such as the Chelmsford Cathedral, Shire Hall or the fully restored Hylands House. In the city, there are more modern properties on small developments as well as flats along the waterside. Many roads are lined with Victorian terraced houses, ready for conversion into flats.
House prices in Chelmsford vary significantly, with the overall average price of properties coming in at £383,076, according to rightmove. The majority of sales in Chelmsford over the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average of £398,721, whereas detached properties sold for an average of £541,495.
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