Real Estate Prices have taken a significant increase so the public tends to be concerned “are we going to see the bubble burst”. I can say with over 36 years experience that Real Estate is still one of the best investments a person/s can have. The last time the bubble burst was 1990 and compared to today, the market was extremely different. The condo market is flourishing and we have a variation of buyers and sellers. The reality is that …
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It will create better awareness to the general public. Home Owners do not realize how important it is to have a Condo Owners Association to advocate, represent and protect Condo Owners and Condominium Corporations. We have a multitude of new construction not just province wide, but country and world wide. The demographics of many City Skylines are changing to incorporate high multi family dwellings of condominiums no longer at 20 storeys but even …
May 9, 2013
The provincial government is currently reviewing the Condominium Act and has been consulting with the public and stakeholders on possible changes/updates to the Act.
The following is TREB’s input to the government’s consultations. These positions are based on Member feedback, which TREB solicited from Members last year and earlier this year. This feedback was then reviewed by TREB’s Condominium Committee, Government Relations Committee, and Board of Directors.
The following recommended positions are categorized …
by Linda Pinizzotto,
Realtor and Founder President CEO Condo Owners Association (COA)
Condo Owners, Condo Buyers and the General Public need to ask a basic question “How much will the Condo Act Review cost Tax Payers?
The Ministy of Consumer Service hired the Public Policy Forum to oversee the consultations of the Review Stages 1, 2, and 3. The Condo Owners Association believe that the process is flawed and PPForum have overlooked or maybe avoided or buried some …