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Apr 20
Premium Whistler Accommodation at 25 OFF

Category: Our Blog, Vacation Rentals Whistler
unlimited ski pass edition

Get on the hill before the skiing season is over! Bolld Real Estate Management presents 25 percent off on our whistler accommodation.

Apr 17
How To Create A More Stable Environment for Your Tenants

Category: For Owners, Our Blog, Property Management
How to create a more stable environment for your tenants

A landlord’s dream is to ensure that tenants are happy and stay in their rented space for the long haul. Therefore, it’s essential for landlords to create and implement a plan to retain tenants in their properties. Landlords will want to retain tenant’s stability, which is a tenant who stays in your property for four […]

Mar 27
9 Common Problems of a Landlord ( and How to Fix Them )

Category: Our Blog, Property Management
9 common problems of a landlord and how to fix them

Venturing into the world of real estate is an attractive option for many reasons – why else would so many individuals decide to take the leap and make such a significant investment like this one? Having said that, despite the numerous reasons that make Real estate investment a desirable one, there are also several that […]

Mar 14
Managing tenants with pets

Category: For Owners, Our Blog
managing tenants with pets

Throughout the years, dog and pet owners have made notions of changing the tenancy laws in British Columbia. As a landlord, being fair is only compulsory but you do have the power to enforce restriction based on your preference. Last year, Jess Nelson, a dog owner in North Vancouver made an appeal to change British […]

Feb 24
What to do when ending a lease

Category: For Owners, Our Blog, Property Management
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Now, what happens when that contract ends? Many problems can occur before and long after the tenant leaves. If you are unsure of what needs to be done when ending a lease then read on!

Feb 18
New Tenant Guide: Things to Consider Before Moving In

Category: For Owners, Our Blog, Property Management
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  Let us skip to the after-market undertakings. Finalizing a deal with a new tenant is a reward in itself. After all, your unit is no longer vacant and probably all the advertising, preparations, and other endeavours to get your place rented out has finally paid off at this point.

Feb 11
How Tenant Insurance Protect Your Renters

Category: For Tenants, Our Blog
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Now what if you have found the perfect tenant? What do you think are the top concerns of any tenants? Once you have finalized a deal with a new applicant, you’ve just completed the puzzle of your new investment, adding the tenant to your rental unit. Now let the cash flow! But just like with […]

Feb 03
Landlord’s Insurance: What it is and why it is important?

Category: For Owners, Our Blog
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Most rental property owners in British Columbia come across one impending question early on in the stages of their business: What is your most important concern as a landlord? For most rental property owners, the biggest concern would probably be about finding good tenants for their vacant units. But aside from that, you should be […]

Feb 02
Pros and Cons of Including Utilities with Rent for Your Investment Property

Category: For Owners, Our Blog, Property Management
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The question of whether or not to include utilities in the rental price has been one that has landlords and property management companies going back and forth on for years. The trend seems to shift depending on what the rental market is doing at the time. In the 1990’s, with higher rental vacancy, the trend […]

Jan 27
4 Effective Ways To Market Your Rental Unit

Category: For Owners, Our Blog, Property Management
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Finding the ideal tenant is one thing that every landlord should aim for as well as keeping the vacancy rate low if not, at a complete zero. An ideal tenant would be a person who is responsible enough to pay the rent on time, considerate enough to avoid disturbing their neighbors, have no conflict with […]

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