The Dynamics of Collecting Rent: The Do’s and Don’ts

29 Apr

As a business owner operating as a landlord, you would understand that the actual sale in your business is the rent you collect. Collecting rent means having cash flow to operate your business, have enough fund to set aside to pay for repairs and maintenance, or pay any due tax on your property. That said, you simply can’t afford the…

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What Makes the Ideal Landlord?

02 Oct

Attracting and retaining good tenants isn’t always a walk in the park. In fact, the cost of getting rid of bad tenants can be quite expensive. Frequent repairs, vacant home expenses, and your own personal time and effort can quickly rack up. That’s why it pays to be a great landlord. How to Be an Ideal Landlord? Of course, being…

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How To Find A House to Rent

30 May

How many times have you encountered a scenario where you thought the house to rent was the perfect one for you until a couple of months down you faced a lot of problems? It was said that the City of Vancouver aims to have 5,000 new rental units built by 2021. Having these numbers in mind, what are you doing…

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The Things You Need Your Tenants to Know

01 Dec

When you decide to invest in an income property there is often a learning curve involved and usually, most new investors will go about attacking that curve with gusto! It’s a new and exciting adventure and most folks who decide to get into real estate, develop an instant passion for it. Of course, the same cannot be said for tenants….

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Featured Property – Capitol Residence Penthouse 4102

05 Jul

(Capitol Residence) Penthouse – For Rent This two-level penthouse, located in the popular Capitol Downtown, is the epitome of style. Containing three bedrooms and an office, there is more than enough space to bring the whole family with you. With an 1800 square feet of open space, your whole family can gather on the expansive patio and enjoy the…

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The Rental Walkthrough Checklist for Vancouverites

11 Feb

With the vacancy rate in Vancouver reaching the lowest it’s been since 2008 it’s tempting just to jump on the first rental property you find that seems half-way decent. That said, the only thing worse than not being able to find a rental that fits your needs is being stuck in a lease with a place that turns out to…

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Where to look for a home?

26 Oct

General sources Newspapers servicing your search area, including free ethnic papers and community papers. Free publications, often found in local retail stores,that publish rental accommodation ads. Check bulletin board postings at libraries, community centers, grocery stores, laundry mats and places of worship. Word of mouth. For students, campus housing offices. Check with local real estate offices found in the yellow…

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