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New Owners

Congratulations on your new home!


We are proud to be strata managers for the community you are about to call home. We hope to make the move as easy as possible.

This page is focused on the basic information and forms that you need as a new owner. You may also find all kinds of other forms and information at www.inspirepm.com/clients.

First things first, let’s get you signed up to pay fees by pre-authorized debit and your contact information to the strata manager.

1. Pre-Authorized Debit Form

Submit Online from a computer or smartphone; or

Download, print and forward by mail or fax

2. Owner Information Form

Submit Online from a computer or smartphone; or

Download, print and forward by mail or fax

3. Notify the Strata Manager about your move in date

Schedule a Move

4. Purchase additional or replacement keys

Purchase Keys

Now that the basic paperwork is out of the way, we expect you have a few questions.

Below are a few articles and announcements you may find interesting as a new owner in a strata community.  More articles and announcements may be found at www.inspirepm.com/news.

“Grandfathering” is a four letter word

“Grandfathering” is a four letter word

The term comes out of the American south where many states enacted laws to prevent African Americans from registering to vote. These states enacted voter registration laws that required registrants to pass literacy tests, own land, or other such strategies to create significant restrictions on men who may vote. But, because poor and illiterate white voters would also be barred from registering to vote under these laws, the laws included clauses that granted exemptions for any man whose grandfather was entitled to vote prior to the civil war. These clauses became known as “grandfather clauses” or “grandfathering.”

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COVID-19 Restrictions Eased on February 17

COVID-19 Restrictions Eased on February 17

The Province of British Columbia announced that restrictions in place during the pandemic will be eased beginning February 17, 2022. The Province announced: As we carefully ease some restrictions, people and businesses will be going at their own pace, for their own...

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

This last year was a difficult year for most of us. But, we have much to be thankful for. We have received the praise and support of our clients and service providers, resulting in such impressive accolades as: Winner of 2020 Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Business...

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Electronic meetings enabled

Electronic meetings enabled

Effective December 20, 2021, the Province extended strata corporations’ ability to hold electronic strata meetings, without a strata bylaw authorizing this, until December 31, 2022 (at the latest).

The ability to hold meetings or hearings using telephone conference calls or an online application, such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams, helps strata corporations comply with the orders and recommendations of B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer.

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Social gatherings banned in B.C., masks required indoors

Social gatherings banned in B.C., masks required indoors

Public health orders limiting social gatherings indoors are now extended across B.C., and masks are required in all indoor public and retail spaces after provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced a new slate of public health orders for the entire province Thursday.
The new health orders go into effect province-wide from Nov. 19 until Dec. 7 at midnight…
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Want to read more? Visit www.inspirepm.com/news