Building Management Company
There is nothing subjective about labelling a Management Company "good" or "bad". I can tell you from experience that most are BAD. Forget customer relations skills, I'd settle for competence and financial rigour, my advice, don't touch Stonedale whose accounting skills could be bettered by my two year old. My opinion only, of course I'm sure their salesmen and women will have a completely different story while their trying to land your building's account. Tie up whatever company with cast iron legal contracts in plain English that explains the service you expect from your Management Company, do not let them take even a day over the dates accounts should be finalised. If they do then immediately sack them and demand all the paperwork be sent to you. It will cost you far less in the end than putting up with years of shoddy accounting.