Keeping condominium owners in the loop: How to use communication committees effectively

It’s one of the most common complaints in condos — poor communication from the board or management to owners. Complaints of “We don’t know what’s going on!” or “We are paying the bills and you keep us in the dark!” come up too often at AGMs or special owner meetings. Poor communication can lead to frustrated owners, efforts to oust board members, and other unpleasant condo issues.  One way condo boards and managers can address these complaints is by setting up a communication committee. With the right people, tools and strategy, it’s possible to keep unit owners in the loop as to what’s happening in their community. Read on for best practices for both existing committees and communication newbies.     Read the article…………..


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