What Financial Support is Available for Tenants and Owners during COVID-19?

02 Apr

Financial Support for Tenants and Owners during COVID-19 With the whole province under a State of Emergency, and the government mandating the closure of non-essential businesses, finances are tight for countless Canadians. Thus, the provincial and the federal government have begun to find ways to support those who need it the most so we can all get through the global…

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06 Mar

A landlord is only able to increase your rent once every 12 months. The amount is the amount that is permitted by the current law or any additional amount that an arbitrator will decide. The landlord has to use the correct forms and they must give you three months notice before the increase can take effect. The Allowable Rent Increase…

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How to Pack Like a Pro for Moving

13 Feb

Packing to move can be a chore, but you can make things easier for you. It’s not a good idea to just randomly pack as this can lead to issues and you may break things once you unpack them at the new residence simply because you don’t know what is in the box. Here are a few packing tips you…

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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…

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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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