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.
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
2. Owner Information Form
3. Notify the Strata Manager about your move in date
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.
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...
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.
Best terms pricing developed when multiple insurers would each agree to submit their own bid to carry a portion of the total risk related to insuring a strata property — but the final premium paid by strata owners would usually be based on the highest of those bids, even if the majority of quotes were lower.
We are ecstatic to be the recipient of the "ETHICS IN BUSINESS" award at this evening's 2020 Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. Thank you to our team for all their hard work to earn this high honor. Thank you to the judges from the Better Business...
November 19, 2020 Letter to clients of Inspire Property Management Re: Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) – New orders mandating masks and restricting gatherings We continue to be proactive in our response to the ever-evolving situation surrounding the novel...
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…
Today we learned that we have been selected as a top three finalist in the the category of Ethics in Business! The winners in each category will be selected by a panel of third party judges, after reviewing the nominated businesses and interviewing the business… [Continued]
The province says stricter enforcement is necessary because a small number of British Columbians have been disregarding public health measures and continue to participate in indoor and outdoor events that increase the risk of transmission of the disease. “We can’t let the bad decisions made by a few erode the progress that we have made together,”… [Continued]
on July 16, 2020, the provincial government released details of a repayment framework to be put in place later this summer. This framework is intended to assist tenants and landlords in anticipation of the ban on non-payment of rent-related evictions being lifted on September 1, 2020. Beginning September 1, 2020, tenants will be required to pay their monthly rent in full.
The BC Government announced today that they are taking the "first steps" needed to address the complex issues that have led to the current insurance crisis which is leaving many buildings uninsured or only insured after as much as an 800% increase. Changes proposed in...
“I think what people often forget in this whole thing is landlords usually have only one or two investment properties … Most of the rules to protect tenants are to protect them against the big company that has 1,000 units and if 100 of them are vacant, they are going to survive no problem.” – Greg Bickert of Inspire Property Management