Regardless of how long you've been living in your condominium, there's a good chance that there is a lot of opportunity to get more involved in the community you live in. So here are 5 accessible ways you can jump in. Some of these may be easier to accomplish if you get your board on board (haha) to help jumpstart some initiatives.
Condominium Act, 1998 - https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/98c19/v10
Are you a board member looking at firms to potentially manage your condo corporations? If your answer is yes, this post is for you.
Alwington Communities is pleased to announce that as of March 1, 2018 we will be assuming management of Solstice 1 and Solstice 2, both located on Gordon Street in Guelph, Ontario. We are happy to take part in this new venture, and look forward to serving the Board, the investors, and the residents as best as we can.
No two boards are ever the same. That variance and unpredictability can make it difficult to navigate your first meeting with a new board, despite your level of expertise. Whether you are a well-experiences Registered Condominium Manager or a newcomer to the industry, here are tips to successfully run your first board meeting.