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Condo Managers + Developers = Happy Corporations
Being a Condo Manager there is a perception that if you are working with the developer than you are not looking out for the best interest of the Corporation. At Blueprint Condominium Management we say the opposite, why cant we work together?
The Developer manages the building for the first year after which the Corporation appoints a Board of Directors to continue to repair and maintain the common areas as well as tend all other requirements defined in the bylaws and Alberta Condominium Act. TheBoard in most circumstances, if not already done, will hire a property management company to handle the day-to-day activity.
The property manager assigned to the building should have a good understanding of construction, finances, contracts, conflict resolution as well a posses strong communication and leadership skills. The Condominium Manager will champion results.
Working with the Developer and having the Developer work with the Condominium Manager and Condominium Corporation is in everyone's best interest. Identifying areas of concerns right away will mitigate damages and keeping costs down. Following up on warranty items will either eliminate or reduce the need to obtain legal for reimbursements. Taking the time to understand what the building requires for preventative maintenance and working the budget to allow your Corporation to run at its prime is key.
A Developer should build a good finished product.
The Condominium Manager should assist the Board by ensuring that the building is properly maintained to protect the owners' investments and the Developer's name. The property management company to propose solutions; not problems.
The Board should ensure they are making the best decision on behalf of the corporation.
Blueprint Condominium Management www.blueprintmanagement.ca
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1216 hours ago
Real estate slowdown to cost Toronto nearly $100-million per Jeff Gray of the Globe and Mail.
Toronto’s cooling real-estate market is on track to cost its municipal government nearly $100-million in tax revenue – something critics of Mayor John Tory warn could force the city to choose between higher property-tax hikes or cuts to services in next year’s city budget.
In a report going before Toronto’s new city council on Thursday, the city’s finance department says that as of Sept. 30, revenue from the city’s municipal land-transfer tax – levied on all property sales – was off by $59.47-million, and is on pace to be $99-million lower than planned when the ink finally dries on the city’s 2018 books. Toronto’s municipal government, which has an $11-billion operating budget, has become increasingly dependent on the decade-old land-transfer tax, which has grown each year as the real-estate market sizzled and brought in $817-million in 2017. But some councillors – and the former city manager, Peter Wallace – have been warning for years that the city could not continue to gamble on such a volatile revenue source.
In its 2018 budget, the city again banked on receiving the same $817-million it brought in last year. Out of caution, as the real-estate market began to waver, council agreed not to assume any anticipated increase. However, council kept the city’s other main source of revenue, property taxes, at the rate of inflation, as Mr. Tory promised and has since pledged to do again in his second term.
But revenues from the land-transfer tax are sinking, and the city – which by law cannot run an operating budget deficit – could have a tougher time as it crafts its 2019 budget, a months-long process that the new city council is about to start. To recoup a $100-million hole created by the land-transfer tax decline with property taxes alone, with no other cuts or new revenue, residential rates would have to rise by close to 4 per cent next year.▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️▪️ #realestate#toronto#gta#realtor#torontorealestate#torontolife#investing#canada#mississauga#durham#development#construction#research#cityplanning#transit#ttc#ttccommunity#commute#condo
Following up on predictions, crystal balls and when to jump in to the " Real Estate pool"
There were the 4 interest hikes in 2018 and a proposed 3 slated for 2019; the Boc's strategy to keep the country’s inflation levels in check. But, hey things change... BoC held the overnight rate at 1.75%, and released a statement hinting that the next hike may not come until next spring... better get your swim fins fast and jump into the pool before that spring Feeding Frenzy - meaning lots and lots of buyers getting in before rates become a factor
Spring 2019 now appears to be the more likely timing, allowing for the Bank to ensure that the growth narrative (in English - more real estate buying/selling) is back on track
Here's the lowdown, Higher rates lead to higher mortgage rates, adding to deteriorating affordability conditions in an already pricey housing market. If Boc does decides to wait til spring to hike rates, it could be a breath of relief for many current and would-be homeowners - explaining the inclusion of the silly smile pic of yours truly given our prior post - we're battin 1 for 1 eh🙌 - and as we alluded to might lead to slightly (puttin it lightly) higher levels of housing activity in the new year... we expect to field many calls as a result - so heads up
But not everyone agrees — there are always some naysayers espousing that while the BoC does seem more cautious in its most recent statement, a hike earlier in 2019 is still on the table... more reason to get in before the proverbial poop hits the fan, n'est pas
Fast forward to January, the BoC will likely need to be convinced to hike (rather than not)... so those who can take advantage jump in; those who like gambling, we'll wait for your call in Spring😉 "Someday is not a real day... Qui audet adipiscitur"
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