The Canadian Condominium Institute is the Voice of Condominium in Canada .A National, non-profit organization which provides national leadership dealing exclusively with condominium issues.
A Chapter of the National, non-profit organization providing leadership dealing exclusively with condominium issues at a local level. North Alberta covers the area from Red Deer North.
A Chapter of the National, non-profit organization providing leadership dealing exclusively with condominium issues at a local level. South Alberta covers the area from Red Deer South.
Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation have created a Guide to help you become an informed condominium buyer and to help you make the best choice. Topics include: condominium types, rules and regulations, a condition checklist, a glossary of terms, information sources and a condominium selection checklist.
The Condominium Property Act and regulation affects condominium owners, buyers, sellers and developers. This tipsheet provides an overview of the key topics that you need to be aware of when buying and owning a condominium. It does not cover all the special circumstances or unique situations that can arise.
Condo Law for Albertans is a project of the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA) (legal name: Legal Resource Centre), a non-profit organization whose mission is to help people understand the law as it affects their everyday lives. We develop plain language online tools, publications, and presentations to help people recognize and respond to their legal rights and responsibilities.
The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) has been tasked by the Alberta government with regulating condominium managers. Licensing of condominium managers is expected to begin mid to late 2021. In preparation, RECA is preparing Standards of Practice for condominium managers, which includes required content of service agreements between condominium corporations and condominium manager brokerages.