Condo Control Central Evolves to Meet Current Needs of Condos and HOAs, Changes Name to Condo Control

TORONTO – November 11, 2020 – ( )

​​​​After over a decade of growth and development for Condo Control Central, the SaaS company says it is time to update its look as more condos and HOAs request their communication, management, and security products.

Condo Control Central has changed its name to Condo Control. The change comes after over a decade of building and improving property management software for condos, co-ops, HOAs (homeowners association), and stratas across the globe.

“We are very excited to update our brand,” says Brian Bosscher, President of Condo Control. “Our company has come a long way since its inception, and it’s time we adjust our image so that it more closely aligns with our current values and beliefs.”

Condo Control is also making a modest adjustment to its logo, and updating its tagline to “property management made simple.” This new tagline supports the company’s

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Million Dollar Listing Star Fredrik Eklund On The Current Real-Estate Market

The Covid-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed the way people live. More people are spending time inside their homes, with many fleeing cities and moving to their vacation homes, even throughout the winter.

Real-estate markets around the United States are moving quickly. For example, the Hamptons experienced a rush in March and April, with many people purchasing and renting homes well above asking in a desire to get out of New York City. Secondary markets, like Aspen, Park City, Jackson Hole and Palm Beach, Florida, among others are also booming, as people look to scoop up homes that give them more space to work and live.

Million Dollar Listing star Fredrik Eklund, who co-operates Eklund Gomes Team at Douglas Elliman with John Gomes, has listings in six markets: Los Angeles, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Jupiter, Florida, and the newly opened Orange County office. The

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IDEA Public Schools buys current building, land for new school | Business

Texas-based IDEA Public Schools has purchased one of its existing school buildings for $16.5 million and bought a 31.6 acre tract of land near Harding Boulevard for an undisclosed sum.

IPS Innovation LLC bought the school building at 7800 Innovation Park Drive in a deal that was filed last week with the East Baton Rouge Clerk of Court’s Office. The seller was New Schools for Baton Rouge, a non-profit that backs charter schools.

IDEA has operated a school at the Innovation Park site for two years and currently has 781 students in grades K through 4 and 6 through 8. The plan is to start construction on a high school at the site beginning in 2021.

IDEA said they bought the 73,000 square foot Innovation Park building in a move to refinance their property and lower the monthly rent.

IPS Enterprises Inc. bought the 31.6 acre tract off Plank Road

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Does the Current Real Estate Market Represent the American Dream?

The American dream comes in dozens of variations, and my version of it certainly isn’t the standard. Your mileage may vary (YMMV) as they say on social media. However, having hopped from South Florida to Hawaii to California to New York City in the past six months, my answer to the above question is no. Today’s real estate market does not represent the American dream, except perhaps for a few salespeople raking in commissions and tech investors watching proptech stocks finally skyrocket. It’s busy and fast paced, competitive and unpredictable, but that is not the sustainable formula for a dream. It’s exhausting.

Why is the residential market so heated?

Residential real estate continues to confound all early-Covid19-era predictions, thanks to incredibly low interest rates and buyers driven by an urgent need to move/consolidate/protect/refinance their lifestyles. For most people, the level of uncertainty around employment, family health, education, and socioeconomic standing

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Current owner nixes deal for men’s homeless shelter property

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – It’s back to the drawing board for the City of Madison and Dane County’s plan to buy and renovate a property on the the East Side of Madison dedicated to providing homeless men shelter and services to help them get back on their feet.

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The Madison Mayor’s Office explained Wednesday that just hours after their announcement of the shelter the previous day, an attorney for the owner of the property told the city he was removing his signature from the Purchase and Sale Agreement with the city.

Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and Dane Co. Executive Joe Parisi were on hand Tuesday to announce the new facility, which is located at 4111 E. Town Blvd., in the shopping center that also houses the Princeton Club and Rogan Shoes.

The Mayor’s Office described the situation as “unexpected and disappointing.” City and county

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Woman, ex-husband and her current partner buy new house together with their 4 kids

Talk about a full house. 

Lindsay Taylor, 35, lives with her ex-husband Chris Kelley, 38, her current husband Mike, 52, and her four children — all in the same house in Putnam, Connecticut.

In fact, Lindsay, Mike and Chris recently bought a new house together that they’ll all be moving in to.

They recently spoke with SWNS’s Real Fix podcast, explaining why they moved in together and how it’s been going. 


After six years of marriage, Lindsay and Chris got divorced in 2016. However, they remained friends and co-parented their two children, Joanna and Lucas, who are now 5 and 7 years old.

Lindsay Taylor (middle) is pictured with her ex-husband Chris Kelley (back left) and her current husband Mike Taylor (right) and two of her children, Lucas (front left) and Harrison.

Lindsay Taylor (middle) is pictured with her ex-husband Chris Kelley (back left) and her current husband Mike Taylor (right) and two of her children, Lucas (front left) and

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10 Reason To Move Out Of Your Current Apartment

Have you been disturbed and uneasy? Are you toying with the idea of moving out of your current apartment? Very often it is hard to decide whether moving is a good idea or not. It is quite easy to be complacent and resist change.

There are umpteen reasons to move. Here are a few important ones:

1. You must consider moving if the police are in your apartment complex regularly rounding up neighbors. Never stay where criminal activities are suspected.

2. Avoid putting yourself in danger and move quickly if you suspect a peeking tom. Voyeurs and stalkers are to be avoided at all costs.

3. You have outgrown the apartment and need more space for yourself and your growing family.

4. You have small children and will save hours commuting by moving to a place closer to work. Often the costs of transport, overtime for baby sitters, and huge … Read More