Now that electronic voting is allowed in Ontario condos, how exactly does it work?
The Condominium Act does not prohibit a developer from entering into a section 98 agreement with the condo while it still owns the units.
Can condo corporations enforce parking rules in spaces that are not owned by the unit owner, but of which they have exclusive use?
What cleaning and repair work is required to remediate a previously hoarded unit? An extreme-cleaning expert answers.
Water bills may not be getting the attention they deserve in condo corporations if the bills are simply paid without a look at where the charges come from.
Purchased mats tend to be ideally suited to the moist winter conditions, but they need to be properly cleaned and cared for. Here's how.
What will supervision requirements under mandatory licensing mean for junior condo managers in Ontario?
How can boards run more efficient meetings? In the condominium world, meetings take place several times a year — often monthly, but sometimes more frequently
What should condominium corporations look for in landscaping contracts? Experience suggests the most successful relationships between condominium corporations and landscape contractors always involve two things:
What do new condo directors need to know right away? Congratulations on getting elected to the condo board! Now the fun begins. For first-time directors,
What does it mean to be an ACMO 2000-certified condominium management company?
Just like other parts of the building, the roof requires ongoing maintenance and preventative repairs. Studies have shown that a roof that has not been
What does the rise of detached home prices mean for the condo market? An expert explains how this trend is heating up competition in the high-rise segment.
Why doesn't parking garage maintenance occur as often as it should? These types of painting projects can be daunting — but they don’t have to be.
Properties landlocked in the downtown core may have limited green space to work with. An expert offers condo landscaping tips for making the most of it.
Hiring a property manager to run a community's day-to-day operations is a critical decision. Here's a checklist of considerations condo boards should make.
With scores of manufacturers, machines and models, selecting carpet-cleaning equipment can be confusing. Debby Davis decodes key factors to consider.