The Alexandria House team is fully dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of our residents. Alexandria House strives to provide a welcoming and comforting environment that feels like home. To achieve this Alexandria House offers a variety of in-house services designed to meet the needs and enhance the experiences of our residents.
These services can include round-the-clock security measures to protect the premises and provide a sense of safety and on-site maintenance for repairs ensuring the residence is well-maintained. Giving you peace of mind within the Alexandria House community.
We believe that real estate is more than just buying or selling a property. It's about building relationships and helping residents feel safe at home. We are committed to providing exceptional service and creating a positive experience for everyone.
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Our residence manager serves as the main point of contact for residents to address inquiries, handle complaints, and maintain open lines of communication and foster positive relationships within the community. In essence, the residence manager creates a well-functioning and harmonious living environment for the residents while ensuring the property's overall success and maintenance.
Our building manager plays a pivotal role in the efficient operation, maintenance, and overall management of a building, ensuring that it remains a safe and comfortable space for its occupants while upholding its value and functionality. He does this by overseeing the day-to-day operations and maintenance of a specific building or property.
Our building engineer plays a critical role in ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of a building's mechanical and electrical systems, contributing to the safety, comfort, and functionality of the facility for its occupants. He conducts routine maintenance on the building's mechanical systems, such as HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), elevators, escalators, and plumbing to ensure the comfort and safety of our residents.
Our building maintenance team assists the building engineer with mechanical and electrical systems, contributing to the safety, comfort, and functionality of the facility for its occupants. He's also responsible for routine unit maintenance repairs.
The board members are typically elected by the residents and are expected to act in the best interests of the community as a whole. The condominium board, also known as the homeowners' association (HOA) board, has several important responsibilities to fulfill. These responsibilities may vary depending on the specific rules and regulations outlined in the condominium's governing documents.
The board is responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations outlined in the condominium's governing documents. This includes addressing any violations and taking appropriate action to maintain order and harmony within the community.
The board is responsible for the maintenance, repair, and upkeep of the common areas within the condominium complex. This can involve tasks such as landscaping, cleaning, and ensuring that common facilities (e.g., elevators, swimming pool. parking locations) are properly maintained.
One of the primary responsibilities of the board is to manage the finances of the condominium. This includes creating and managing the budget, collecting monthly fees or assessments from residents, and overseeing the financial accounts of the association.
The board serves as a liaison between the residents and the management of the condominium. They are responsible for effectively communicating important information, updates, and decisions to the residents through various channels such as newsletters, meetings, or online platforms.
The board may be involved in resolving disputes among residents or between residents and the association. This can involve mediating conflicts, following the established procedures for dispute resolution, and taking necessary actions to address the issues.
The board is responsible for ensuring that the condominium complies with all relevant laws and regulations. They may work with legal counsel to address legal matters, draft and amend governing documents, and handle any legal disputes or claims involving the association.