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Email: info@be-homegroup.co.uk

Factoring: Questions & Answers


This is a refundable deposit which is requested on the purchase or handover of a development. It is used to help balance the development account until invoicing begins. If you sell your property the factor float will be refunded within a final bill less any monies owed.

A deed of conditions is a legal document which forms part of the title deeds to a building or a group of buildings, and which lays down the detailed rights, duties, and obligations of every owner within the building in relation to the common areas. It identifies the common areas and provides arrangements for the management and repair of the property, the division of costs between owners and procedures to resolve disputes.

You can contact Be-Maintained through a variety of channels:

  • Tel: 01355 302069
  • Fax: 0844 7401792
  • Email: info@be-homegroup.co.uk
  • 2a North Kirklands |Eaglesham Road | Glasgow | G76 ONT
  • Online – You can now leave a message through our website


When buying a property in a development with communal areas your solicitor should notify you of your responsibilities. Owners are jointly liable with all the other properties with regards to communal charges.

Invoices are produced inline with the Deed of Conditions. This usually states invoices to be sent quarterly, bi-annually or yearly.

You can pay your factoring fees in a number of ways:

  • By Cheque
  • By Bank Transfer (Internet banking)
  • By debit or credit card over the phone
  • By cash, either at you local bank or in our office

We also encourage owners to setup a Standing Order or Direct Debit. This leads to a regular stream of income into the development account. It also eliminates a larger bill at the end of the period. An online payment facility will shortly be available, however you can obtain a standing order form here.


Be-Maintained have a dedicated Credit Control department to help ensure everybody in a development pays what they are due. We follow a strict legal procedure and liaise closely with our solicitor.

If you have an issue with your development you should contact our property managers.
They are available at our office on 01355 302061

Our property managers regularly visit our developments. The number of visits depends on various factors including the package of services offered to the development.

Our property mangers will put out to tender all maintenance and services to attain the best deal for the development. We always aim to provide the best service at the most affordable price.

Here at Be-Maintained we believe in giving our clients every opportunity to tell us what they need with regards to communal services. Not all developments are the same so we aim to meet the tailored needs of each of our developments.