How to Communicate so Condo Residents Listen
Posted on Tuesday October 09, 2018
Are residents in your condominium corporation always aware of upcoming events, construction projects and board meetings? Do they understand their responsibilities and the policies they need to comply with?
10 Tips for Using Social Media in Your Community
Posted on Wednesday September 05, 2018
Social media can be a great communications tool for your condominium community. It’s a great way to inform residents, build relationships, keep people connected and strengthen their loyalty. But what may be surprising is that using it effectively involves a whole lot of social media strategy.
How to Protect Your Condo Corporation From Cyberattacks
Posted on Tuesday August 21, 2018
When it comes to cyberattacks, you may be under the assumption that your condo corporation is flying under the radar. But you’d be dead wrong. In fact, as a small business, your corporation may be at greater risk of being targeted than ever before.
5 Ways to Create Sensible Condo Policies
Posted on Monday July 30, 2018
Every condominium corporation needs rules and policies. But if your condo board doesn’t carefully think them through or doesn’t implement them properly, they can backfire. Rules that go too far or enforcement that is inconsistent or lax can lead to animosity among residents and can chip away at your condo’s sense of community. How can your board implement rules and policies that won’t cause these types of problems?
3 Facts About Insurance Your Condo Corporation Should Know
Posted on Tuesday July 17, 2018
You and your fellow board members want what’s best for your condo corporation. You’re serious about your fiduciary duty and about protecting the corporation’s interests. Misunderstanding some important facts about insurance can actually put your community may be at risk.
4 Ways Your Board Can More Effectively Communicate Your Condo’s Budget
Posted on Friday June 29, 2018
Creating your condominium corporation’s annual budget is one of the most important responsibilities your board has. It takes a lot of hard work and may require spending decisions that won’t be popular with unit owners. Consequently, owners may voice strong objections or even question the board’s ability to manage the corporation’s money.
7 Financial Must-Do’s for Condo Corporation Success
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018
There are so many things to enjoy about living in a condominium community. Among them are the sense of community, the great amenities and the high standards. However, if your condo corporation’s finances aren’t stable, none of it is possible.
3 Ways to Fund Your Condo Corporation’s Replacements and Major Repairs
Posted on Tuesday May 15, 2018
At one time or another, every condominium corporation has to spend money on replacing equipment or making major repairs. Whether that means replacing a roof, installing a new ventilation system or any other big-ticket project, they are a necessity. But how should your condo corporation pay for them?
Staying Ahead of Your Condo Corporation’s Maintenance and Improvement Projects
Posted on Friday April 27, 2018
Continually maintaining and improving your property is crucial if you want to protect your condominium corporation’s financial health. To ensure that these important responsibilities are well managed requires a long-term plan and a means of effectively handling day-to-day projects. Here’s how you can make that happen.