CONDOBUSINESS

CondoBusinessSept2018

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CondoBusiness cuts through industry acronyms and jargon to provide educational content that is just as valuable to a volunteer board director confronting people, pet and parking issues for the first time as it is to a veteran property manager helping clients navigate changes to Ontario’s condo laws.

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Property managers who have experienced difficult summertime power outages — whether due to last July’s severe rainstorm and flash flooding in the Greater Toronto Area or the massive electrical system shutdown of August 2003.

Worrisome harbingers of borrower instability have faded somewhat since a mortgage financing stress test went into effect, Canada’s financial monitor reports. 

Published in Construction Business

Worrisome harbingers of borrower instability have faded somewhat since a mortgage financing stress test went into effect, Canada’s financial monitor reports. 

Published in CondoBusiness

A hoarded unit can contain a mix of rubbish, including rotten food items, wet garbage, soiled clothing, electronics, furniture, paper and items that may have been retrieved from the trash. This mix of rubbish can almost be ceiling high in extreme cases. 

Published in CondoBusiness

New York State is cracking down on rent-to-own marketing tactics in the manufactured home sector. Eight companies, operating more than 100 manufactured home parks throughout the state, have agreed to revise contracts and refund tenants’ down payments if they’re unable to exercise the option to purchase their homes.