Singapore: Why it pays to be involved in your condo’s management council

A few months ago, there was a much publicised furore at executive condo One Canberra between the managing agent and their residents. How did things come to such a state? Why should you consider getting involved, or at least pay attention, to your condo’s management council? Council members work closely with the appointed managing agent to ensure that the estate is run properly; they are volunteers who give of their time and energy in order to do so. Sure, not everyone has the time to attend monthly meetings to deal with leaks in the toilets and repairs to light fittings, but read on, and you’ll realise that there are pretty major things at stake.      Read the article……………


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