Babak Ardalan is the founder of “Papak Management Services Inc.”, a boutique property management team built on simple/basic principles such as trust, respect, and reality. After over 20 years of outstanding success in the industry, Babak has an efficient solution for avoiding failures and stress: “Principles before profits!”
Originally from Persia, the land of “Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds”, Babak has lived and studied more than two thirds of his life in the USA, Italy, and Canada. He has an inclusive view of different values. His academic background in science enables him to approach every situation with great attention to detail, reliance on data and research, to provide the best solutions. Crisis Management and Leadership are two of the important skill sets that Babak brings to the table.
Babak is a Proud member of the “Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO)” and a Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) since 2004. His contribution to the association: Multiple speaking and writing engagements and serving on different committees for over 16 years. He is also a proud member of the Canadian Condominium Institute, (CCI) since 2010. His contribution to the Institute: Speaking engagements.
In 2003, Babak completed the Seneca College Certificate Program in Building Environmental Systems (BES) and Property Management, which gives him a more detailed understanding of the building’s multiple operating systems. In July of 1989, Babak graduated from the University of Rome “La Sapienza“, obtaining a degree in Medicine and Surgery.
- All Condominium Managers employed by “Papak Management” are licensed by the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) and fully insured.
- Onsite managers have the highest level of professional designation in Ontario, (Registered Condominium Manager – RCM) or are in the process of obtaining it in less than 18 months.
- The everchanging landscape of condominium management requires continuous training and education. The entire team is continuously encouraged and rewarded for their efforts to gain more knowledge, (seminars, publications, conferences, etc.) to maintain a competitive edge.