Singapore: Boosting standards of condo management

Condominiums in Singapore are managed by a council of management whose members are elected into office by apartment owners (subsidiary proprietors) at annual general meetings.  As council members are volunteers, the vast majority of councils opt to appoint managing agents to assist them with the day-to-day running of the estate and to ensure that operations comply with the laws.    Read the article……………


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