As condominium managers, we have all experienced when a relationship with a condominium community comes to an end, and you find yourself in the position of having to hand over a property to another firm. Now what?
On January 1st, 2022, the CAT will expand its jurisdiction into condo disputes regarding noise, odour, smoke, vapour, light, or vibration. Is your condo ready? Victor Yee talks about how condominium corporations can and should be ready for this latest expansion of the CAT.
These Memoirs give members a chance to anonymously share their most unbelievable stories. Read on for a glimpse into the adventures of condominium living.
It’s that time of year again, the days are shorter, the temperature is cooler, and construction season is finally over. Wait a minute – contractors are still working? There’s no way they should be installing EIFS in this cold, right?
It’s that time of year again, the days are shorter, the temperature is cooler, and construction season is finally over.
The most important asset to any condominium corporation is the property itself.
For many, financial statements are full of numbers arranged in an unfamiliar format. This can result in the inability to understand what is being presented. The intent of this article is to clarify this information so you can understand the story behind those numbers.
Effective January 1, 2021, the Condominium Act, 1998 (the “Act”) will be amended to require condominium developers to provide potential purchasers of pre-construction and newly-built condominium units with a “Condominium Guide.”
Jane woke up early on a Sunday morning and decided she was going to get as many errands done as possible to prepare for the upcoming vacation. She decides to look for the forms to renew her passport. She starts her coffee brewing and sleepily googles “passport renewal”.
Effective communication is vital for the success of any organization, including condominiums. The Digital Age has changed the way people communicate. Even those reluctant to change have been forced to do so to some extent by the pandemic. Condominiums must adapt to the changing times.