Harry Triguboff says Meriton’s strata management not about competing

Harry Triguboff says Meriton’s strata management not about competing
Harry Triguboff says Meriton’s strata management not about competing

Harry Triguboff has said that Meriton’s strata management arm has little to do with competing with other strata management companies, and all to do with service offering.

Triguboff told Strata Live that while buyers are educated when it comes to buying a property, these buyers avoid getting involved in strata management of their own buildings due to the legislation and responsibilities.

“One of the reasons we started our own strata division, is so we could help owners with that process. We already offer buyers vendor finance, we guarantee tenants for investors and we manage their apartments," Triguboff said.

“Managing the strata in our buildings is something we probably should have started years ago."

“Who knows the buildings better than we do?  Every brick, every pipe, every cable has fallen into the hands of a Meriton expert."


The service is an additional offering for owners if they opt to use it, with many choosing to do so. Some now fear that legislation changes will stop them from using the service.

“It is not about competing with other strata companies.  I think many of the strata companies would agree that Meriton has given them a great deal of business over the years,” Triguboff said.

“It is about constantly improving and implementing new services that are for the betterment of our lot owners.”

Picture of Harry Triguboff courtesy of Wikipedia/Creative Commons.

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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