Condominium Authority of Ontario Year Two Report Card – Our annual review of the Condominium Authority of Ontario’s efforts
The Cost to Manage a Condo Corporation – Revenue and Expense Statement for a 35 year old community in strong financial position despite major upcoming expenditures
Intelligent Leak Protection
Boards Breaking the Rules
Abolishing Condo Boards
Security Robots Available to Rent
Fire Department Reviews Smoke Control Systems
Laws are Changing to Support Condominium Living
Who Repairs Condo Damage
New Energy Reporting Requirements
Fire Alarm Systems
Meeting Minutes are Not ….
Artificial Intelligence for Condominium Managers
Energy Audits and Energy Consultants
In-Suite Cleaning and Maintenance Assistance
Short-Term Leasing Enforcement Across Canada
Be Influential by Being Respectful
Conflict of Interest Conflict
Leasing Condo Suites Unprofitable
Joy of Vinyl
Retail Stores are Amenities
A Cyclists’ City
Automated Vehicles are Coming – Automated vehicles appear to be just around the corner. This could change the nature of automobiles, and condo communities, in ways few have considered.
The Truth is Out There – Condo corporations are intended to be immune from belief over fact and logic. Many have fallen into the trap of failing to believe facts available to them. Consequences can be dire.
Time Management for Condo Corporations – Time management is controlled by how directors choose to operate. How to make the job of a condo director easier, reduce the burden placed on the management office and create a happier community.
How Condo Living Works – Condo living can be misunderstood even by those who live in and manage condo buildings. We explain the basics.
The Straight Poop on Dope – Come October, more people will be consuming and growing cannabis (marijuana) in condo buildings. Why this is happening, what choices must each community make and their impact.
Who Wants to be a Condo Director – Balancing the needs of a home and business is challenging. Good condo directors are hard to find.
Repayment Plans for Delinquent Condo Fees
Vacation Disasters – Empty homes may not have insurance coverage
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Wish Recycling – The unspoken truth behind condo recycling programs
Smokers’ Rights and Condo Living – Compatibility of smokers’ rights and condo resident protections
Stages of Condominium Management – Experience vs. Cost
Earn Extra Revenue for your Condo Corporation – It is easy to raise condo fees. Earning revenue is harder. It can also be the best approach to avoiding condo fee increases.
Condominium Authority of Ontario to Launch Public Registry – Goes live this month!
Fraud Lawsuit – Five Condos -The result of poorly managed condo elections?
Politicians Take Note – Condo Owners are Watching AND are a majority of Toronto Voters
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The City Mayor Mel Lastman Built – Toronto’s History of Condos; A look back at how Toronto began its transition to a high-rise city of condos on the occasion of former Mayor Mel Lastman’s 85th birthday
Condos vs. Co-ops; Co-ops were once the dominant form of community living in Toronto. They continue to offer a practical option for those who desire the “condo” lifestyle.
Campaign for Transparency – Toronto’s poor example to Toronto Condo Corporations
Access to Condo Records
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Condo Industry Organizations – Five organizations serving the Toronto Condo Community, their purpose and goals
Make Your Vote Count – 2018 Municipal/Provincial Elections – Ensure elected politicians support condo community concerns
Toronto Regulates Short-Term Condo Rentals
Captain Kirk Battles Condo Developer
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Predictions for 2018 – A new year comes with many changes. Our top condo community priorities for 2018.
New Requirements Affecting Condo Communities – New rules imposed on condo boards by the Condo Authority of Ontario now in effect.
Friendly Rentals Program for Condo Buildings
Fiduciary Failure – Who Pays?
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