New year, new insights on living in a strata

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January 18, 2021

Strata living is one of few affordable home ownership options for British Columbians, especially in the Lower Mainland. Supplementing our coverage of your rights when purchasing a new homeour latest pages are a must read for day-to-day issues once you've moved into a condo. They answer questions like:

  • How much “power” does the strata council have? 

  • How are noise complaints dealt with?

  • Can I renovate my unit without getting council approval?

  • Is there any way for an owner to get a strata bylaw changed?

And we won't bore you with too much legalese: this new coverage of living in a strata focuses on practical steps you can take to solve condo-related issues. 

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