Five Best Practices for Improving Condo Board Communication

Funny, isn’t it, how a flock of geese can manage to communicate well enough to prevent mid-air collisions but people find this task very difficult. Communication is always one of those things that get forgotten. Who has time to be writing to owners letting them know what’s going on? After all, directors are volunteers and have much better things to do – like attending meetings and planning the future of the condo. When the Condo Information Centre compiled the comments they received from over 4500 people regarding condo living, 49% of them complained about the lack of communication between the condo board and themselves.     Read the article………….


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