Four Ways to Identify Condo Association Consultants

Today’s post was inspired by a reader’s email seeking advice on how to identify good vendors and technical representation. This is a great question, particularly on the technical representation side. Technical representation is a key resource that your Condo Association needs to have to be successful. Your Condo likely has numerous major systems – roofs, facade, concrete, elevators, maybe even solar panels and electric car chargers. Your Board is likely not made up of experts in these things – and even if it is, you generally want a third party doing the assessment for liability and conflict of interest reasons. That’s the job of technical experts – to serve as your community’s representative and ensure work is done properly. Finding good technical representation can be a challenge, particularly for self-managed communities. Here are four ways to help you identify Condo Association consultants.     Read the article……………..

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