Five top talking points for condo communities: Make the most of communication spending with money-saving campaigns

The number one complaint at a condominium corporation’s annual general meeting (AGM) is quite often poor communication. On the one hand, owners feel left out of the decision-making loop and on the other, board directors lament that residents don’t know the rules, regularly resulting in numerous extra expenses that can eventually lead to increases in condo fees.  Good communication in a condominium just makes common and economic sense. Sharing information and educating residents about all aspects of life in their community keeps residents happy and condo fees stable.     Read the article………….


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