When most people run for the condo board of directors, the last thing they imagine is a situation where they’re actually running the condominium.
CCI recently held its first national webinar addressing pandemic-related industry concerns. Once topic of discussion was virtual meetings and e-voting.
Financial uncertainty prevails for condo corporations that are anxious about continuing operations and budgeting in the wake of COVID-19.
Condo managers are the corporation’s agents for proactive thinking, but now find themselves asking entirely new questions when it comes to communal living.
Condominium property managers should be documenting evidence in the coming months due to losses and claims amid the pandemic.
When stakeholders can’t be in the same room, virtual meetings are excellent alternative that still enables all parties to collaborate—even face-to-face.
Over the course of the last few weeks, many condo corporations have been asking whether they can defer owners’ common expense fee (CEF) payments or
As the condo community deals with legal uncertainties during the pandemic, one important topic to address is owner and visitor disclosure.
Boards and property managers of condos play a significant role in protecting residents during emergencies like the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
Toronto Environmental Alliance is currently accepting applications for condos to join its Zero Waste High Rise Project in the spring and summer of 2020.
As the number of cases of COVID-19 increase across the country, Nancy Houle from Davidson Houle Allen discusses what this means for the condo industry.
Opponents of electronic voting are scared it will expose the archaic and flawed system of proxy voting for what it is: unnecessary and obsolete.
Condo communication needs a fresh approach – something that gets people's attention, buy-in, and action to achieve and maintain a healthy condo corporation.
A looming crisis in property management is an urgent wake-up call to the condo industry.
Individuals and businesses need a licence to provide condo management services in Ontario. The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) is the licensing authority that regulates Ontario’s rapidly growing condominium market.
It’s not easy being a condo director or manager, as they are on the “front lines,” dealing with difficult owners and occupants.
At least one industry executive thinks more needs to be done to address the harassment he says condo managers commonly confront while working in condo communities.