Condo Smarts: Council’s failure to communicate dismays owners

Dear Tony: I live in a 72-unit townhouse complex in the South Okanagan. Our buildings have been relatively well maintained and now we’re coming due for some significant upgrades.  Our depreciation report has been helpful for us to understand the likely times for roofing and decks, and the pricing has given us a good idea of what to expect. Not too many surprises.       Read more………..


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