3 Benefits of Condo Newsletters: Communication, Community and Transparency

Since 82.9 percent of condo owners purchase their condominiums to live in themselves, it’s only fair to keep them updated about the state of affairs in their buildings through proper property management practices in Toronto. There is a simple solution that the condo board can implement that would prevent all of these complaints from both condo owners and residents alike. The distribution of a monthly newsletter to all parties can provide a direct connection to the condo building they manage.   Read the article………..


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