BLOG, NEWS & UPDATES 2018-06-05T15:48:45+00:00


What are Your Rights as a Landlord if Your Tenant Has Been Charged with Criminal Activity?

May 28th, 2018|

During your career as an Ontario landlord, there’s a fairly good chance that you’ll encounter a tenant who is charged with criminal activity or jailed while living in your unit. [...]

What to Do if Your Toronto Tenant Has Not Paid Their Utilities Bills?

May 18th, 2018|

With the long Canadian winter finally over, some Ontario landlords may find that their tenants have not paid their utility bills and may be facing shut off - especially now [...]

What You Need to Know as a Landlord About Ontario’s New Standard Lease Agreements

April 30th, 2018|

Starting on April 30, 2018, Ontario landlords have to follow a new standard lease form for all new tenancy agreements. These will be applicable to independent landlords and property management [...]

How to Correctly Perform a “Personal Use” Eviction in Ontario

April 16th, 2018|

There are a variety of reasons why a landlord or Toronto property owner may want to perform a “personal use” or “own use” eviction on their tenants, but few people [...]

Bad Tenants and the Role of Property Management: A Cautionary Tale

March 29th, 2018|

Bad tenants are something that every landlord will experience and be forced to deal with at least once during their real estate career – and that’s if they’re lucky. A [...]

TREB Market Watch Reveals Favourable Conditions for Toronto Landlords

March 29th, 2018|

Earlier this month, the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) released its Market Watch report for February 2018. The report revealed that the price of Toronto homes continued to rise 4.2% [...]

Lowest Vacancy Rates in Toronto in Years Means Opportunity for Landlords

January 24th, 2018|

A number of factors, including the enforcement of strict rent control regulations leading to fewer developments being created, have resulted in Toronto seeing rental vacancy rates being the lowest they [...]

Short-Term Rental Rules Could be Coming for Toronto – Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Care

January 24th, 2018|

The city of Toronto is considering implementing rules for short-term rentals offered by platforms like Airbnb. The proposed regulations have been anticipated by city officials for some time, focusing on [...]

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