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11 Red Flags

Ronald Smith
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The article discusses 11 red flags that property managers should be vigilant about when taking over a condominium property. These red flags can potentially indicate fraud, mismanagement, or improprieties within the condominium corporation. The purpose of identifying these red flags is to equip property managers with tools to detect potential issues and address them appropriately.

These red flags serve as warning signs for property managers to investigate further and take appropriate actions to address any potential issues that could affect the management and integrity of the condominium property.


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Ronald Smith
11 Red Flags
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