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Sensitive Condo Information Needs to Be Password Protected!


T.F. from outside of Connecticut writes:

Dear Mister Condo,

Should a condo association post both Monthly Financials and Monthly Board Member Meeting Minutes and other Committee Meeting minutes on its web site? And if so, should any of that info be available to non-residents (i.e. the general public) or should the information be password protected for residents only? Thank you.

Mister Condo replies:

T.F., that is a great question! Monthly Financials and Meeting Minutes are records of the Association. Both contain proprietary information that should not be divulged to the general public for lots of reasons. Password protecting such sensitive information is a solid idea and a best practice for well-meaning condo associations. Can I let you in on a secret? One the sponsors of this site offer just such a service and I highly recommend it. Click on the banner link for Condo Ally on the right side of this column or visit them here and tell them Mister Condo sent you. You’ll be glad you did! Good luck!

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