Cyprus frequently asked questions
Please browse through our frequently asked questions to find answers to any of your questions relating to our website.
Yes, we require all of our Cyprus customers to sign an annual service agreement. This is very important for you as it is a legal document that details exactly what services we will provide.
A legally binding contract means you have peace of mind that everything you expect is done on time and to the highest standards. We have contracts specifying all of our communal services
Lee Property Services have been in business in Cyprus since 2007. Our main office located in Protaras and our company policy is to always exceed our client's expectations. We are a family run business and take a great deal of pride in the quality of our work. Nearly all of our new clients are through word of mouth recommendations.
April to October: - 7 days a week - 8am to 6pm with our 24hr emergency phone number.
November to March: - Mon to Fri - 8am to 4pm with our 24hr emergency phone number.
As we are a Cypriot company we invoice in Euros and can only accept payments in the Euro currency.
We can accommodate you with just the service you require, whether its invoicing and book keeping, pool cleaning or a one off job such as fitting a fence.
Our postal address is:
Kirsty & Lee Property maintenance ltd
PO Box 33773
At Lee Property Services we believe that given any problem or task, we will always find a solution at a price to suit you. Whether you want an entire block of apartments maintained, your swimming pool kept in pristine condition, or just our invoicing and book keeping service - give us a call or drop us an email.
We invoice you based on the committees payment terms and structure. You will be informed of this prior to receiving an invoice. Accounts not settled within this time period incur interest charges of 5% per week on all over due amounts. Payments can be made either by cash, cheque from a Cypriot account, card or by bank transfer.
Regardless of the property type your
development is made up of, every
property owner on the development
is liable to pay their share of the fees.
It is irrespective of whether you use
the facilities provided or not.
It would be impossible to give a cash
figure as every complex is different and
has different needs. They are all at different stages maintenance wise and savings wise. you would need to get a quote.
The legal way of correctly calculating the fees is by the percentage ownership. In projects with
title deeds that is very easy to identify,
as it is clearly written on the deeds. If
no title deeds are issued the best way to
calculate is by covered sqm. (Ideally the
project architect – when available and if
they collaborate – should identify that
Again your complex will determine what needs to be covered. You do however need to make sure you have covered the legal requirements before the nice to have options.
The easy answer to this question is NO.
The law doesn’t take into account
It is entirely at the discretion of the
property owner. Some owners
calculate the cost of their communal
charges into the rental fee, while some
make the tenant pay
This is a common mistake made by
whoever has prepared your budget.
Some companies will underestimate
the costs and charges of running your
development in order to secure the
business. A professional reputable
company will factor in a sinking fund for
repairs and improvements.
Yes. The law does not take into
account usage, the facilities have
been provided for your use, it’s your
decision not to use them.
As an owner of a property in a
complex, under chapter 224 of
the Cyprus Constitution with the
amendments of 2011, it is your obligation
and responsibility, but also your right,
to participate in the formation of the
You should hold an AGM every year to
discuss issues and the future for your
development. As long as the meeting is
held no later than 14 months after the
previous years you are still within the
parameters of the law.
Yes provided you have been legally
voted in and a fully paid owner.
As a committee member you have an
obligation to the complex and the
other owners. You have to have make
decisions on behalf of everyone for the
good of the complex. The decisions
you make have to be impartial and free
from personal gain or finance. It is the
committee’s job to control and manage
the jointly owned areas. To keep the
jointly owned areas in good condition.
The committee need to arrange the
appropriate insurance as set out by
law for the jointly owned areas. The
committee need to maintain a fund
for day to day running and planned
maintenance. To communicate with all
owners and make informed unbiased
decisions for which you have sound
and logical reasons.
No, the time you spend performing
your committee duties are unpaid.
This is a voluntary position, so before you
commit to being involved please make
sure that you have the time to contribute
to your duties.
The committee can employ anyone
to service the complex, provided
they are a legally registered company and/or legal employees in Cyprus with appropriate insurances.
No. As a committee member you need
to make unbiased and impartial
decisions for the good of all the owners.
If a decision made by the committee
affects you personally and your
finances, the possibility of you reaching
an impartial decision is going to be
compromised. Being on the committee
and servicing the complex is a conflict
of interest, therefore you are not able
to perform your duties as a committee
member by being unprejudiced.