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How to Deal with the Coronavirus Threat in Condos

The most prevailing question in the condo industry has been: what duties and obligations do corporations, board members, property managers and residents have with respect to containing the spread of the virus? We explore this unique situation in this post.

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What to Do When Resident Violates Condo Rules and Regulations

In this post, we explore the steps to take by a property manager and/or a board member to communicate and address a rules violations by a resident.

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4 Things to Consider When Managing Condo Amenities and Facilities

In this article, we explore the 4 things to consider to optimally manage amenities and shared facilities in a condo. ‍

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4 of the Most Common Condo Service Requests

One of the most important responsibilities of a property manager of condos is to address service requests/work orders submitted by residents. The first step is to recognize what the common service requests are. We present to you four of the most common requests.

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6 of the Most Common Faux Pas for Condo Managers to Avoid

With so much happening and so many people involved, it is often easy to stumble and make a mistake here and there. While we're all human and mistakes do happen, there are certain faux pas that should be avoided for a property manager to maintain standing as a good one. Here are 6 of the most common faux pas for condo managers to avoid.

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7 Qualities That Make an Exceptional Property Manager

At Condo Manager, we've had the opportunity to work with thousands of property managers during over 25 years working with condo management companies. In this journey, we have detected patterns in the property managers deemed exceptional and we're here to break down the 7 qualities that make a property manager superior.

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