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Hyper-Local Social Network for Condominiums?

C.B. from outside of Connecticut writes:

Dear Mister Condo,

Do you know of any hyper-local social network that’s available for condo buildings? We have NextDoor in this neighborhood, but it’s not possible to concentrate that into just one building, and I don’t think the surrounding area needs to know about our every blocked drain, or squeaky elevator. The ability to post notices, or ask questions of our building-mates would be really beneficial, I think, but so far I haven’t found any system to facilitate the process. Thanks for your help with this.

Mister Condo replies:

C.B., thank you for your question. There are many software tools to assist in condo governance and management. I am not sure that any qualify as NextDoor ( does as a hyper-local social network but I am guessing some will have the features you are looking for. I have been looking at Condo Ally ( recently and I was quite impressed. Have you looked at any others? I know of associations that take advantage of commonly used social media, like Facebook, and create pages for their communities. Of course, the open dialogue nature of Facebook means folks can pretty much post anything on the page and that can be just as bad as it is good. I would think that a moderator-controlled environment is the best for condo associations. I’m not sure the exact product you are looking for exists but I’d like to hear from you or any of my other readers what is working for them. All the best!

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