Are You Serious? Volume 4.

Aggregating the real estate of condominium commentary, opinion, tragedy and truth being told to the public. Buy into the author’s thought or sell your own. For legal advice, consult a professional condominium lawyer.

Working with Condo Boards that Want to Manage

In previous blog entries, we reviewed Advice for New Condominium Managers, and How to Successfully Transition to a New Property.  So you’ve started your career (or are still advancing it) and you’ve set yourself up for success in your new property. Source: Lyndsey McNally RCM, Malvern Condominium Property Management, ACMO

Condo Board Disclosure

Some interesting issues have cropped up recently around “Candidate Disclosure” requirements for candidates running for positions on condominium boards of directors. Source: Sarah Morrey, Lash Condo Law

Call to condo lawyer would have saved corporation time, money

A condominium management team that objected to a Jewish condo owner attaching a mezuzah to the doorframe of his residence highlights the importance of seeking legal advice before taking action, says Toronto condominium lawyer Audrey Loeb. Source: Kirsten McMahon, AdvocateDaily.com Managing Editor

What is Arbitration?

Whenever I am Asked to Explain Arbitration, I Start With Judge Judy Source: Marc Bhalla, CCI Toronto and Area Chapter

Condo boards can ban balcony barbecues: Mackey

Residents will struggle to challenge condo-imposed bans on balcony barbecuing, says Toronto condominium and commercial litigator Megan Mackey. Source: AdvocateDaily.com Staff

How Much is Your Condo Worth? The Lowdown on Pricing a Condo

Wondering how much your condo is worth?

Determining the value of a condo is generally easier than valuing a house because there are likely identical or nearly identical comparable sales in your building. In determining the value of a condo, real estate agents and appraisers will determine the price per square foot of recent sales and use that as a basis to determine the value of your condo. For example, a 750 sqft condo may be worth $900 PSF (per square foot) or $675,000. Source: the BREL Team | Toronto Realtors