Caution, beware! They ask for very large provisions for charges the first year, saying that this will be rectified later. Then they make mistake after mistake in management, invent laws, make mistakes in the accounts. Relations end up souring so they resign, refusing to do the end-of-term accounting. And never reimburse you for amounts that you have overpaid. By proceeding in this way in each co-ownership they manage, it must end up making a nice little capital in their pockets.