Building a Condo Community

Be active in your Condo’s online community

Facebook and other social media networks make it very easy to set up virtual communities where you can stay on top of current events, renovations, or other things happening in your building. If your condo already has Facebook group, consider joining it. If not, you may want to management about setting one up.

Organize group events with your neighbours

Want to get to know the people on your floor a bit better? A dinner party, board game night or televised sporting event may be a great opportunity to get to know your neighbours.

Set up a barter or a swap system

Each tenant within a condo building has a unique and valuable set of skills. It may make sense to set up a barter or swap system, so you can help others with the things that you are strong at, and receive help doing the things you find difficult.

Be a respectful neighbour

The Golden Rule—treat others how you would like to be treated—applies to condo life as well. Do what you can to be a respectful neighbour. For example, if you’re planning on having a few friends over and you think noise may exceed typical levels, give your neighbours a heads up.

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