Property Management Issues

It Takes Two to Tango (Fall 2015)
Communication Tips
by Lyndsey McNally

Do You Really Need to Dismiss the Management Company? (Fall 2011)
by Alan Rosenberg

Don’t Keep the Home Fires Burning (Summer 2011)
by Laura Muirhead

Surviving the G20 and Other Emergencies (Winter 2010)
by Laura Lee

Tips for Managing Your Condominium in Poor Economic Times (Summer 2009)
by Scott Newhouse

Choosing a Property Management Company (Spring 2009)
by Vicki Vancas

Major Contract Management (Winter 2008) 
by Donna Farr

Management Agreements - A Different Wrinkle
by Alan Rosenberg

ACMO 2000 - A Condominium Standards Program for Future of Condo Living

Board/Management Relations
by Bill Thompson, BA, ACCI

The Board/Manager relationship can certainly have its challenges. As author Bill Thompson points out, how well it works is really up to you. What you get out of it is directly related to what you put into it. Five governing principles are examined to ensure a successful relationship.

Condominium Housekeeping - In House Vs. Contract (Winter 2003)
By: Rene Zacek
An overview of key considerations which should help condominium corporations make the right decisions for the optimal solution of their housekeeping arrangements.

Top Ten Reasons to Use a Professional Manager (Fall 2003)
Reprinted, with permission from the CCI Manitoba Summer 2003 magazine

Why hire a professional property manager at your condominium community? Here are the top ten reasons!

Condo Telecommunications Wiring (Summer 2001) 
by Rudy Fliegl, P.Eng., M.Eng., Fliegl Engineering

An in-depth transcript of a presentation given by Rudy Fliegl at CCI's seminar on telecommunications held in April 2001. The article covers such issues as:

  1. broadcasting distribution regulations
  2. constraints on competition
  3. the inside wire and demarcation point
  4. bulk buying of condo services
  5. what can boards negotiate on behalf of owners

For articles newer than 2016, please go to our new CondoVoice Archive

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