No matter where you live, a bonded community is the backbone of a good neighborhood, and it’s an essential part of running great condo communities.
As a property manager, you can create lively and happy condo communities with a few good ideas for resident events.
You know as well as anyone that condo communities need resident involvement to thrive. You also know the strongest, most active communities are the ones where residents know one another, which make community involvement even more important. It’s human nature to feel empathy toward familiar people.
That engagement can be difficult to muster sometimes. People might not feel like they have the time to commit to condo association meetings, or maybe they don’t feel like they would have anything to contribute.
So how do you bridge that gap? How do condo communities come together to form a genuine community? More importantly, how do you facilitate that community building?