Lia de Sousa
As a Strata Manager, your responsibilities on a daily basis can be very diverse, ranging from facilitating Owners Corporation meetings to addressing issues around the maintenance of the property. Coupled with tightening regulations, managing the requirements of a strata property can be complex and demanding.
At Whitbread, we see Strata Managers as our true business partners. Our role involves more than simply providing insurance products. We seek to share our expertise and knowledge, so you can make better decisions for the future. For us, helping our clients is not just about protecting the ‘now’ – it’s about creating new possibilities for tomorrow.
As the leading insurance broker for both residential and commercial strata insurance, our philosophy is to provide you with the best strata insurance policy, service and advice. We do not have a preferred insurer.
Our focus is always on what is best for you and your clients.
Whitbread can advise you on the following strata insurance products for your clients:
As a Strata Manager, you also have a number of risk exposures that need to be addressed. With over 35 years in the Strata space, we understand the key insurance policies necessary to protect your business. These may include:
Additional services for Strata Managers:
We strive to help you manage risk, so you feel empowered to think beyond the day-to-day, and can plan for the future with greater certainty.
If you are interested in becoming an Authorised Representative for Whitbread Insurance Brokers, please contact Lia de Sousa on 03 8646 0239.
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