Why Use Best Practices?

By selecting Best Practices Property Management, your condominium corporation will be serviced by a team of exceptionally qualified managers who fully understand the complexities of condominium property management, and you can be assured of management personnel stability*.

checkbox_tinyjpgJuliet is an expert in condominium finance.  She holds an MBA from Ivey Business School (Western University).  She was an instructor of Financial Planning for Condominium Managers for many years and edited the manual during that time.  

checkbox_tinyjpg Racquel specializes in budget recovery and capital projects.  With a B.Sc., Racquel has an investigative mindset and brings project oversight expertise.  

checkbox_tinyjpgRomina specializes in working with contractors and building staff to make a condominium corporation the best it can be.  Romina holds a Law Clerk Diploma, and practiced as a law clerk prior to joining the property management industry, which provides her with a unique perspective on condominium legal matters.  

checkbox_tinyjpg Accurate and knowledgeable accounting services are provided by Lori Melanson,  who has an excellent reputation for condominium accounting and budgeting, with many years of experience.

checkbox_tinyjpgBest Practices develops and uses optimal management processes to minimize risks for the condominium corporation and ensure the board is fully informed.  We are constantly working to innovate and improve.  Here are some examples of Best Practices

checkbox_tinyjpgBest Practices has no interest in changing contractors who are performing well (some management companies will want - or insist - to use their specified contractors). However, Best has a good network of contractors in all applicable fields, should they be needed.

checkbox_tinyjpg When we make a commitment, we always deliver.  

checkbox_tinyjpgJuliet is known to be hard working, professional, diligent and ethical and the operations of Best Practices Property Management reflect those standards.

*See article by Armand Conant: Property management shortage could be brewing 'perfect storm'.