Condominium Property Managers are confronted with challenges on a daily basis. From constant requests from condominium owners, day to day operational issues, to code compliance and the “unknown”, managers are expected to be the “go to” source for the occupants, the site staff, and the various trades who come and go on a daily basis. … Continue reading
Loves Young Dream: The Possible Relationship between the Electric Car and the Condominium by Nordene L Stacey With no signs of the price of petroleum slowing down and our society’s urge to be more eco friendly, we’re are always looking for alternative options to get us from A to B. One of these … Continue reading
Home Energy Upgrades.
Originally Printed In the National Post By Patrick Langston Building envelope People want a “one-size-fits-all solution and that doesn’t exist,” says Christopher Straka, principal with Ottawa’s Vert Design, a residential and commercial planning, design and development firm. Straka’s company designed Canada’s first certified passive home, which uses about one-tenth the energy for heating and … Continue reading
Web Definition: A financial document that identifies the projected costs associated with the repair or replacement of major building components and/or studies to determine whether the amount of money in the fund and the amount of contributions collected, to date, are adequate. As per the Condominium Act of Ontario, 1998: The corporation shall establish and maintain one … Continue reading