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A Mock Strata Council Meeting for Okanagan Property Managers Takes Place in Kelowna

Normac co-sponsored a Professional Association of Managing Agents (PAMA) Educational Event on April 12th, 2019.  The breakfast seminar took place at Kelowna’s Ramada Inn with 29 property managers in attendance from cities across the Southern Interior including Kamloops, Vernon, Salmon Arm, Penticton, and Kelowna. The property managers in attendance were able to take part in a well-prepared mock council meeting addressing issues and situations that arise during a typical strata council meeting. The format of the seminar was entertaining and interesting; it gave those in attendance an opportunity to brainstorm and “problem-solve” through some challenging issues in small, breakout session groups.  We want to thank all those that attended and made this such a great and engaging event.

If you are in BC and interested in connecting with a large group of like-minded individuals, expanding your connections, and having access to a network of industry professional, then you should consider joining PAMA.  Being a PAMA member with an established real estate association gives you access to a community with over 2000 members and growing. Continuing education is a large component of what the PAMA association offers such as the mock council strata meeting event above. Wanting to learn more about becoming a PAMA member? Visit PAMA’s website HERE to join.

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