I am a licensed condominium property manager, I am in my early 30s, and I am completely burned out.
As Ontario considers making digital and virtual processes permanent, the condo industry is addressing various privacy concerns.
While the relevance of geothermal has been percolating for years, the buzz is that more developers are starting to pay attention.
Construction is a billion-dollar industry in Canada. While most large projects at condominiums proceed relatively smoothly, there is always risk of friction for contractors and
Board orientations also help prioritize the feedback of unit owners from the AGM and organize them as part of the agenda for the term ahead in an efficient manner.
While we can see human resources supporting head office staff, the involvement in operations is, for the most part, something new.
The renovation work should aim to improve the property and make it more accessible for residents and visitors.
After 2022, companies must use their own funds to reimburse embedded energy managers, but will be offered “an enhanced level of technical support and resources.” It's a move some see as more short-sighted.
This pandemic has helped condo managers to identify relevant skill gaps in relation to being prepared for the unexpected.
Careful planning and high and low-design cost options will quickly transform any curb-appeal project into improved real estate value.
A sustainability plan and budget should be made with the mindset of plan and prevent, instead of react and pivot.
Up until May 31, 2021, condominium corporations can hold virtual meetings and use electronic voting, without a bylaw.
Portfolio managers and supervising managers remain in the wilderness of the home office, strategizing, planning, and serving clients from the comfort of their home.
The role a condo corporation plays in the life of a resident struggling with mental illness can often be a delicate matter.
In some respects, hybrid meetings may actually be more complex than an exclusively virtual meeting or an in-person meeting.
The Greater Toronto Area’s condo market hasn’t emerged completely unscathed. But it’s not all bad news.
Requisitions and the self-help remedy can be extremely complex, not to mention the litigation that may ensue.