VANCOUVER, Aug. 31, 2016 /CNW/ - FirstService Residential, Metro Vancouver's leading residential property management company, hosted its latest educational seminar for Strata Council Members on July 21st on the topic of "Annual Maintenance Planning for Strata Corporations". The event, held at the Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre in Vancouver's Olympic Village, was attended by Council Members from more than 100 different Strata Corporations, making it one of the largest educational Strata events in British Columbia.
The seminar was led by two property management experts: Gerry McRobert, Senior Regional Director at FirstService Residential, and Sean Ingraham, Managing Broker at FirstService Residential. The infographic from the seminar is available online and the library of videos from the event can be viewed by clicking here.
"We are thrilled to have hosted another successful seminar for Strata Council Members," said Maximilian Gajdel, Manager of Business Development for FirstService Residential. "Our team strives to make a difference for clients by providing value-added educational opportunities like our seminar series. These teaching opportunities allow us to provide Strata Council Members and owners with tools that they can implement in their own Strata Corporations to improve their communities."
Since launching its educational series in 2013, the company continues to hold regular seminars for the Strata Councils that it serves. Past seminars have included lectures on a variety of topics, including: Short-term Rentals, Enforcing Strata Bylaws, and the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT).
About FirstService Residential B.C.
FirstService Residential provides full-service Strata management solutions to a wide range of Strata Corporations. For more than 37 years, the organization has worked hard to serve homeowners, and today it is recognized as the leading Strata management company throughout British Columbia. For more information, visit www.fsresidential.com/british-columbia/home.
SOURCE FirstService Residential BC
For further information: Maximilian Gajdel, 604-683-8900, [email protected]