Aging Infrastructure: A Universal Approach to Managing Condos

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11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Suzanne M. LeValley, CPM®

In 2020 the Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR) published a report on aging infrastructure in community associations. Based on an extensive survey, the FCAR report, ‘Breaking Point:  Examining Aging Infrastructure in Community Associations,’ identified the most critical challenges facing community associations.

This program examines these challenges in greater detail and provides some possible solutions to a wide-ranging and complex problem that will require significantly more study and input from a host of stakeholders.

In this program you will learn:

  • The top three concerns raised by community associations
  • The three challenges faced by community association leadership
  • Burgeoning ideas on how to address the concerns overcome the challenges
  • The estimated stakes at risk in the community association sector

For 20 years Suzanne was the owner and CEO of Longley Condominium Services Ltd., a company devoted exclusively to the management of condos. Suzanne’s background includes the management of diverse portfolios including residential and commercial real estate in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.

Throughout her career Suzanne has volunteered for various professional organizations including IREM and its Canadian partner, REIC. Suzanne served for two years as the National President of REIC’s Board of Directors.

Suzanne leveraged her volunteer experience into the arena of condo management and has long advocated for change in this sector of the real estate market. She is now the CEO of Condominium Community Resource Centre Inc., working tirelessly on education and advocacy for condo owners and managers. Suzanne resides in Calgary, Alberta with her husband.

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