As we described in our previous blogs, a condominium is a shared property owned by various individuals. Living in a condo isn’t as easy as you think. The setup is very much different from the usual traditional house.
Lack of communication is the usual reason why condo community misunderstanding arises. Somehow, a condo community is made up of people who are busy with their jobs, owners who are leasing their space, and owners who are mostly out of the country. That’s why building a relationship and communication with each other has become difficult.
The Homeowners Association (HOA) plays a major role in building a relationship between these individuals. They should be reachable and transparent to all to avoid misinterpretation of certain issues. It should also be possible to hold a monthly association meeting in order for the member to open up specific matters to the board and for the HOA and community to deal with them later.
It is required to maintain good communication with your co-residents and owners while living in a condo. That’s why in place you’re in, consistent communication is vital.