Help for Condo Boards & Owners
It's more than a condominium. It's one of your biggest investments, your home, your community, and your lifestyle. Shouldn't every aspect of it be of the highest quality, including how it's managed? Doesn't your lifestyle and condominium community deserve the best?
A Licenced Condominium Manager is Not the Same as a Registered Condominium Manager (RCM)
Since licensing of the condominium management profession in Ontario came into effect in 2017, you may think that having a licensed property management firm or manager managing your condominium is enough to get the job done. It may be, but will it be done to the highest standard of service and professionalism? Insist on a higher standard and use an ACMO 2000 Certified condominium management firm and Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) to go above and beyond the minimum licensing requirements and get more for your condominium community.
RCMs not only have their general license, but have also achieved at least 75% in the comprehensive RCM exam, have a minimum of two consecutive years of full-time experience managing a condominium, have completed a variety of management tasks not required with the general license, and take 10 hours of continuing education seminars annually to stay up to date. Similarly, ACMO 2000 Certified property management firms hold their general provider license and commit to adhering to a series of vigorous management and operational standards, principles and best practices, and undergo regular audits to ensure ongoing compliance. In short, the RCM designation and ACMO 2000 represent the gold standard in condominium management.
Resources for Condo Board Directors and Owners
Below are links to resources that you may find helpful in your search for professional management, trades, and services for your condominium.