What do OC fees cover and how can they benefit you?

Jun 06, 2022 Buyers Guide

Living in an apartment means embracing a low-maintenance lifestyle and bidding farewell to pesky weekend chores. We’ve broken down what your OC fees cover and what this means for you.

Apartment living comes with a multitude of benefits, including a close-knit community and a lock-and-leave lifestyle.

The biggest drawcard for most people? The impressive, shared spaces designed for rest and relaxation. From after-work drinks on the rooftop to weekends lounging by the pool, residents in a Caydon apartment can take advantage of our shared spaces whenever they please.

Having a private pool, spa or gym at home can be a huge (and costly) commitment. The benefit of apartment living is that the upkeep of these facilities is taken care of by your OC Manager – meaning you don’t have to lift a finger.

What else do OC fees cover?

To keep your building looking like new for many years to come, your OC Manager will oversee general maintenance and cleaning of external and internal common facilities. This includes your lobby, lifts, hallways, and shared spaces. Even your four-legged friends are well looked after in our fur-friendly apartments – with the dedicated dog run at HOME By Caydon regularly manicured.

Utilities in common areas are also covered by your OC fees, including lighting, gas, electricity, and water. Planning to fire up the barbeque on the weekend? Our Rise residents can cook up a storm on the Mason Terrace without a care in the world.

Behind the scenes, your OC Manager will dot the i’s and cross the t’s on your behalf, as they administer finances and take out any necessary building insurance to ensure your peace of mind.

With the OC taking care of things, you can say goodbye to those pesky weekend chores and get back to enjoying your new Caydon apartment.

Explore our available properties here and get ready to enjoy the benefits of apartment living.

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