For condo boards the onus is on you and your managers to maintain the integrity of the building. This goes beyond the bounds of routine maintenance and reserve fund projects. The following list contains several areas your condo board can focus on to heighten your securityRead More
The cold weather setting in, paired with the hard economic year in Alberta, is causing crime to thrive. Since 2003 crime rates have been steadily trending down. In 2015 we saw the first upward swing in over a decade. The crime severity index states forRead More
Bill 9 will amend the Real Estate Act and the Condominium Property Act, but more important is how it will change the condominium management industry.
Read this article on Sherwood Park News for more details.
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Genworth has listed 5 good benefits of off-season homebuying in the following article:
These points are especially applicable in Calgary right now, where we are also facing lower oil prices!
Genworth Canada discusses 5 benefits of off-season homebuying
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Choosing a Condominium Manager is a tough task in itself, but if you don’t prepare yourselves for the interview, you and your board may not be able to select the best fit for your property. Here are 10 questions you must ask during your interviewRead More
Can your condominium manager read blueprints and plans? Make sure they can! We took over managing a condominium which had their pipes on a rigorous cleaning schedule: one year the horizontal drains were cleaned, and the next year the vertical ones were cleaned. Each cleaning cost the condominium $5,000.