Making Condos Last

A 3-part article from Craiker Associates in California.  “If you own a condo in a community that has a homeowners’ association and a Board of Directors, approach them with a shopping list of visual issues that need to be addressed.  Think long term, energy efficiency and economic sustainability. After all, the reason for Common Interest Communities is just that: all the residents have a common interest of making the community a great place to call home. The Board wants this just as much as the residents. After all, most homes have a life expectancy of a hundred years: why shouldn’t condominiums last as long?”

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