Welcome Condo Owners & Buyers|COAToronto|Condo Owners Association
Condo Owners Association (COA) represents 1.3 million Condo Owners of residential and commercial condominiums. For years, Condo Owners had no Association until Linda Pinizzotto, Founded COA in 2010 to work with government to improve legislation and change the Condo Act to protect Condo Owners. The Condo Act is self governed and depends on an honour system for Board decisions, there is no fining mechanism in place. COA forces the need for concerted action to deal with better protection, governance, accountability and to support long term sustainability in condominium ownership.
The Condo Owners Association pushed Government for reform to protect Condo Owners and COA's first major success was when the McGuinty Government announced a Condo Act Review to Build a Better Condo Act. Please click on Building a Better Condo Act and scroll to the bottom to see Condo Owners Association comments. COA is important to ALL Consumers not just Condo Owners because all Real estate values are affected by condominiums.
COA has a strong VOICE representing Condo Owners on numerous stakeholder groups, Consumers Council of Canada, Fire Marshall, Storm Water Sewer Systems etc. to ensure that the voice of Condo Owners is heard and respected. Click here to see how COA protects YOU.
Condo Owners need to "register" with COA and help build the Condo Owners Association to be strong as the Ontario Medical Association, Ontario Teachers Federation, the Police Association and all other non profit Association. Click to register
Associations and Who they Represent
Condo Owners Association (COA)
......represents Condo Owners and Condo Buyers
Ontario Medical Association (OMA)
......represents our Medical Profession
Ontario Teachers Federation (OTF)
......represents our Teachers
Police Association of Ontario (PAO)
......represents our Police Officers
Letter from the Founder, President
Dear Condo Owners
We protect your interest daily! The "Condo Owners Association" is a non profit Association who has gained tremendous strength and exposure for Condo Owners in the last 4 years.
Stakeholder Groups in Ontario seeks COA's advice, participation and guidance on all condominium issues. There are hundreds of thousand Condo Owners having problems with their units and buildings, their Board of Directors, Property Management company, and the overall operations of their Buildings. High maintenance fees, compromising affordability, lack of human rights and many times Condo Owners find themselves in a "bully" situation.
The various stakeholder groups investigate various concerns and they make recommendations, the Condo Owners Association makes sure the Condo Owners have representation.
Founder of the Condo Owners Association has created a Radio show to provide information on condominiums. Well over 100 shows describes flaws with the Condo Act, possible problems, solutions and resolutions. Information on the opertions of condominiums and numerous well-respected Guests.
Everything you need to know about condominiums
Making a huge difference in new and resale condos.
Three Massive Condo Towers to King Street West is causing concern for Condo Owners who feel the Trinity Spadina neighbourhood is exhausting with constant new condominiums and the traffic congestion is impossible. Three 80-storey towers would include one alongside the Royal Alexandra Theatre with the remaining two placed in the area bounded by King, Pearl, John Streets and Ed Mirvish Way.
Linda Pinizzotto, Founder & CEO of COA - Condo Owners Association speaks at Queens Park Toronto to support changes to the Condo Act presented by Rosario Marchese, MPP of Trinity Spadina. COA supports these changes to the Condo Act, Tarion Warranties, Building Codes and all issues relating to Condominiums.