Condo Association Guides

Being in an Association means tackling tough problems.  Special Assessments, Major Projects, corruption, drama – if you want to lead a Better Condo Life, you need to face these head on.  However, you don’t have to do it alone.  Here at Better Condo Life, we seek to give you guidance and advice for how to navigate the messiest of Condo situations.  Here are some of our flagship Condo Association Guides designed to help you get through challenging times.

Managing a Major Project in a Condo Association

Over time, major systems (roofs, facades, elevators, whatever) will reach the end of their useful life and need to be replaced.  These repairs may be minor inconveniences – or huge undertakings.  Make sure you know how to manage a major project in a Condo Association – before you undertake such an effort.

Managing a Special Assessment Process

Sometimes, stuff breaks, and you don’t have the money in your Association to fix it.  When this situation arises, you may need a Special Assessment.  While grueling, the Special Assessment process, when done right, will result in a stronger and healthier Association.  Learn how to handle things correctly on the first try.

Fighting Apathy

Apathy is the top cause of Condo Boards Breaking Bad.  Fighting Apathy is a team sport in your Association – Owners, Board Members, and Management must all contribute to keep your Association engaged and happy.  This series is dedicated to ways that you can fight Apathy together

Creating Effective Policies in a Condo Association

One of the biggest challenges of any Condo Association is learning how to govern effectively.  The best way to do this is to create policies for a Condo Association which are fair, transparent, and effective.  Learn how with this guide.’

Condo Association Safety and Security

Condo Association Safety and Security is one of the top priorities of every Condo Association.  This guide covers how to ensure your major life and safety systems are sustained, how to engage with local police and fire departments to assist your Association, and how to train Owners to be a part of the cause.