Getting the best from condo Board Members

A standout experience for Board Members Every condo board is made up of a group of diverse individuals with different capabilities and roles; the continued success of the condo depends on the combination of their skill sets and expertise. It is the duty of the condo manager to introduce and establish sound policies that allow … Read more

How to handle Condo Security Management without stress

Condominium Automation Security is one of the most important aspects of living in a condo. Residents of condominiums are usually very concerned about the security standard of their building. They need the assurance that they can conveniently and safely dwell, arrive, depart, and live in their building without fear of harm or threat. It is … Read more

Condo Manager New Year Checklist

Five things every Condo Manager must do before the new year It’s been an unprecedented year no doubt, with a global health crisis overhauling everything we are used to and forcing us to accept a new normal. Through it all, you have managed to stay afloat and retain your residents and your board.  As you … Read more

Red Flags that Dwellers Look For in A Condo

Preparing your condo for a Showing  Condo ownership is a tad different from owning a single-family home. In the case of a condo, buyers are taking a kind of shared ownership of the building. Most buyers would want to take the time to consider several factors before making their decision. Some would go as far … Read more

The Ultimate Property Management Checklist

How to excel at property management  As a property manager, your to-do list is always overflowing with responsibilities. From routine tasks to strategic decisions, a lot depends on you. Grouping your tasks into strategic categories can make it easier to create an ultimate checklist that will position you to work smarter and achieve more quicker. … Read more

Just How Reliable Are Security Cameras?

When asked about the disadvantages of security cameras, most people would mention acquisition cost, the fact that it may not be enough to stop crime, invasion of privacy and the slim chance that it could get tampered with or vandalized.  For instance, if a criminal breaks into your camera protected home, carts away family jewels … Read more

Safety at home

What home security features should your rented condo have? Home security should include security hardware that is installed on the condo, catering to regular practices such as ensuring doors are locked, alarms are activated, windows are closed, extra keys are not hidden in obvious places and a control panel implemented to arm and disarm said … Read more

Automating your front desk

A good front desk management software should be comprehensive enough to offer you an array of solutions and flexible enough to cater to your needs. If the software you use does not mirror the value an internal IT department would give, you should consider making a switch. Look out for these features; Helpdesk Software typically … Read more

How to catch parcel thieves

Top five technology hacks to keep your condo safe Home should be a safe place to be; safe from intruders, safe from disturbance and safe from thieves. When looking out for a condo to buy, a secure neighbourhood is understandably a priority for buyers. However, secure communities have been known to experience theft now and … Read more

IT recommendations Your property manager should tell you about

As a condo owner, you rely on your property manager for the information you need to maintain and secure your property. A key part of the guidance your property manager should provide is information technology recommendations that will solve environmental, security and communication challenges, thereby ensuring safer living for residents.  Below are a few pivotal … Read more