Condo Living – 3 Sides to Every StorySeptember 16, 2020 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM - webinar
The recent roles of owners and directors have changed. With owners/directors working from home, looking out their windows, down the hall and being more aware of their condo community day-to-day operations, communication between owners, directors and property managers is growing at an exponential pace.
The session will cover how owners, directors and property managers each play a role in being an ally.
It will cover balancing the mental health of each role and the opportunity right now to make the community even stronger.
- Legal - Why does it need to be considered in almost every situation?
- Property Management - Why does it always seem like a form letter, and not personal?
- Director - Why aren't they "on call" every day? I want an answer now!
Recording is available in the Members Only section
Moderator: Mike Lewicki, Terra Firma Real Estate
Mike has been involved with condominiums since he became registered to trade real estate in 2011, and has been a proud member of CCIEO since 2012. After achieving his Broker designation he's continued to advocate for training and education within the real estate community by providing training seminars tailored to real estate agents to better serve and educate their clients & promoting organizations that offer opportunities for real estate agents to improve their knowledge.
James Davidson, Davidson Houle Allen LLP
Jim has been practicing condominium law for over 30 years. He represents condominium corporations, their directors, owners, and insurers throughout Eastern Ontario. His experience also includes building deficiencies, shared property interests, co-ownership and construction law. Jim is much sought after in the condominium community, and has been invited by many prominent organizations to speak about condominium law.
Constance Hudak, BA (Hons), MBA, Vice President of CCI Eastern Ontario Chapter
Constance Hudak, Vice President of CCI Eastern Ontario Chapter became active and interested in condominium issues upon the purchase of her first condo property eight years ago in Ottawa. She was elected as the complex’s first President and remains in that capacity to this date. Within CCI – Eastern Ontario she has served a term as President, worked on the Education Committee and was most recently focused on revamping and streamlining the look and contents of the Directors’ Course. In addition she worked to better educate our municipal government on the impact of its new waste collection process on condominiums. Constance has a lengthy and strong background in both government and the private transportation and communications business sectors. She has held many senior executive positions and has provided direction and leadership to multi-million dollar projects involving business re-engineering and systems implementation.
Michael Trendota, Chief Operating Officer, Alwington Communities
Michael is a property management executive with experience operating a diverse set of buildings, including high-rise, low-rise, and townhouse-style. His passion is bringing neighbours together to build exciting and vibrant communities. Michael is involved in real estate as an operator, investor, consultant, and owner. Michael holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Queen’s University, is a Certified Property Manager (CPM), and a Registered Condominium Manager (RCM).