Amie Silverwood

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CondoBusiness

When the lights go out

Residents of highrise condominiums are particularly vulnerable to long-term power outages, which can leave the elderly stranded in the dark ...
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Opening the door to increased savings

When it comes to selecting lock hardware for a building, there are five things property managers should keep in mind.
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CondoBusiness

Noise complaints in condos

Canada’s building code should be updated to provide condo dwellers with the same peace and quiet that exists in developments in the U.S. and Europe.
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CondoBusiness

Shattered condo balconies

Between May and August 2011, five panels of glass fell from balcony guards on the Festival Tower, a 41-storey condominium in downtown Toronto that was completed in 2010. Since then, residents of the Festival Tower have launched ...
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Finding value coast to coast

CAPREIT is one of Canada’s largest REITs and possibly the only one whose investments reach from the Eastern coast in Halifax, to the Western coast in Victoria, with all major Canadian cities in between represented in its portfolio.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Chasing ghosts

Suite Collections is the largest debt recovery agency in Ontario and British Columbia, specializing in landlord/tenant collections. The company's primary function and objective is to collect all delinquent debt resulting from a residential tenancy.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Responsible management

Briarlane Rental Property Management Inc. takes the time to study a building’s expenses to understand where savings can be made.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Social programming provides payback

Community involvement is the foundation of the Greenwin Property Management Inc., which has been creating successful apartment communities throughout Central and Eastern Canada for decades.