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Every year, a condominium board is required to convene an annual general meeting of unit owners. At the meeting, owners elect a new board, which typically includes re-elected and new board members.

The addition of new members can cause some strife on the board, and between the board and the property manager. However, John Wannamaker of Samuel Property Management Ltd. says that if the property manager has a good understanding of the condo and is able to communicate effectively with all different types of personalities, conflict may be averted or, at the very least, minimized.
 

 

If you are considering buying or selling a condominium property, I'd be happy to talk to you.

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