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10 House Amenities You Shouldn’t Have at Your Rental Property

22 Mar

It is difficult to choose which house amenities your property should have. House amenities vary somewhat depending on location and the architecture; however, there are certain items which you should never have in your rental property. Certain items are impractical for making long-term rental income even if they are convenient in your home. This article will highlight the top items.

10 Interior and Exterior Preventive Maintenance for Rental Properties

18 Mar

Preventive maintenance for rental properties is always better to perform than emergency maintenance because spotting a problem early leads to a cheaper repair. Finding potential problems in your rental property will take some diligent work and can be daunting for a single person to perform, especially if a person owns multiple properties. A shortcut list can help you examine which…

4 Things To Consider When Buying A New Residential Central Air Conditioning Unit For Your Rental

08 Mar

Did your tenant report about your broken Residential central air conditioning unit– AGAIN? Thinking what Residential central air conditioning units to buy your rentals? Looking into replacing the old dusty Residential central air conditioning unit? Residential central air conditioning units are also difficult to install. It is important to get your perfect choice the first time. Choosing a cheap one…

Changes to Residential Tenancy Act BC

06 Dec

On October 26, 2017, the B.C. government introduced changes to the Residential Tenancy Act related to the use of vacating clause in a fixed term residential tenancy agreement. It is a clause that requires the tenants to move out or sign a new lease at the end of a fixed term tenancy. The landlords will be no longer able to…

What to do after sending the notice to end tenancy

19 Oct

 You’ve sent the notice to end tenancy, they accepted it, then they moved out, now what? We’ve already discussed how to go about ending the rental agreement, but what happens once that’s over? So far, we’ve covered how to get started as a landlord, how to market your rental unit, what to do once you’ve found your tenants, dealing with…

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…

Dealing With Difficult Tenants

22 Sep

Dealing with difficult tenants can make your job as a landlord incredibly hard. And let’s face it; if you don’t do a bang-up job screening them out, these bad tenants can slide into your property. Some will play ridiculously loud music to the wee hours of the morning, while others are notorious for late payments month after month. Don’t get…

Property Management 101: Quick and Straightforward Guide To Marketing Your Rental Unit

19 Sep

The next step on your journey to becoming a landlord is finding your tenant. Everyone wants to find the ideal tenant, but marketing your rental unit isn’t always that easy. How you market your unit makes all the difference to the tenants attracted to it. You need to make sure your property stands out in the crowd. Make sure potential…

5 Ways To Keep Good Tenants

02 Sep

The whole point of being a landlord is always to have a constant flow of income from tenants. The problem is that you cannot bring in money this way without having tenant stability. As a landlord, tenant stability is crucial to your bottom line. If you seem to be struggling to keep good tenants longer, you could benefit from some…

How to Get a Property Managed if You are a Non-Resident

21 Aug

If you’re interested in getting into the rental property game in Canada, but don’t live there, you’re probably wondering how to go about it. Is it even possible to become a landlord in Canada if you don’t live there? The simple answer is, yes it’s possible. There are some special rules and taxes that apply to non-residents that you should…

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