Frequently Asked Questions
Owners & Investors
Del Condominium Rentals is a Rental Management Company. Are you a condominium owner looking to utilize your suite as an investment? Our program is catered to your every need. In the past five years, DCR has grown over 25% and now manages over 1900 condominiums in 235 communities. This significant growth underscores our trusted position and capabilities in the growing condominium rental marketplace.
What type of service does Del Condominium Rentals provide?
Since 1985, Del Condominium Rentals has been leading the way in providing
strees-free rental management services for condominium owners and investors throughout the GTA. Our end to end management solutions include:
In House Maintenance and Restoration
In House Paralegal
Move In/Move Out Inspection Reports
What is Del Condominium Rentals?
Del Condominium Rentals is a Rental Management Company. Are you a condominium owner looking to utilize your suite as an investment? Our program is catered to your every need. In the past five years, DCR has grown over 25% and now manages over 1900 condominiums in 235
communities. This significant growth underscores our trusted position and capabilities in the growing condominium rental marketplace.
Who can I contact for more information?
For more information about our program and how to have your suite professionally managed, please contact us at 647-496-0458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I keep track of my investment income and expenses?
Our accounting department will provide you monthly income statements that you can access on the Owner's Portal anytime and anywhere you need it.
How long does it normally take to find a qualified tenant?
The tenant's cycle is generally 60-90 days as they have to give notice in their current place of residence in order to be able to search, acquire, and move-in to a new community.
Do you manage furnished suites?
Del Condominium Rentals is a non-furnished suite provider. However, DelSuites provides premium quality furnished suites in Toronto and the GTA for short or long term stays. Call (416) 296-8838 or email Email: email@example.com
Do I need to contact the tenant after I give my unit to Del Condominium Rentals to manage?
When you are partnered with Del Condominium Rentals in the management of your investment, you no longer have to worry about dealing with the day-to-day administration of your suite. Del would be the main point of contact for any tenant's inquiries, or issues that might arise.
What is the term of the Tenancy Agreement?
The minimum lease term is 1 year. At the end of the lease term, the tenant can either renew the lease or stay on a month-to-month basis.
What is your application process for potential tenants?
We have an application form that the applicant is required to complete, authorizing to a credit check; then we request for a signed employment letter, recent paystub, and government issued photo identification.
What do the fees cover?
Our commitment to service goes beyond the obvious from our professionally appointed Leasing team and dedicated Customer and Homes, Services staff to what you don't always see such as the administration of rental properties and legal assistance. You even get a customized website and investor portal that helps you track your investment. Del Condominium Rentals is dedicated to ensuring our customers receive the best in professional management services, with the least investment of their own personal time, money, and effort. Now that is - Peace of Mind.
What is the Management fee to sign a suite onto the program?
Start up fee: 1-month rent
Monthly management Fee: 6% of rent received (taxes on fee are applicable)
How often will a rent increase take place? How much of an increase can I expect?
Del Condominium Rentals Inc. has you covered. Our team will automatically serve your tenant with a rent increase notice annually. The notice is served 90 days prior to the move-in anniversary date. Please note that rent increase is determined based on government guidelines. To learn more about the current government rent increase guidelines please visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/rent-increase-guideline#section-0
What is the procedure if a tenant is late with their rental payment?
Our legal team is equipped and ready to assist if a tenant does not pay their rent on time. If your tenant does not make a payment on time our legal team sends an official N4 notice (Notice to End the Tenancy Early for Non-payment of Rent) to the tenant. This N4 notice will require the tenant to make the full rental payment prior to a specified date. If the tenant does not make a payment by that date, our legal team will then proceed to file for a court hearing with the Ontario Landlord & Tenant Board.
What repairs are my responsibility vs. the tenants’?
Del Condominium Rentals Inc. has a home services team to assist with performing the required repair requests placed by the tenant, as per the Ontario Landlord & Tenant Board (i.e. routine appliance repairs, HVAC
concerns, .The tenant would be responsible for keeping the unit clean. Furthermore, the tenant is also responsible for repairing or paying for any damage to the rental property above regular wear and tear caused by themselves or their guests.
Can a damage deposit be collected from my tenant?
Ontariolandlords are not permitted to acquire a damage deposit from tenants. If damage occurs within the unit at the fault of the tenant, an invoice will be issued accordingly to the tenant. If the tenant does not pay the damage repair costs, we can pursue the tenant accordingly by filing for a court hearing with the Ontario Landlord & Tenant Board.
How much notice does a tenant have to give if they want to move out?
The tenant must provide a minimum of 60 days’ notice should they wish to vacate the unit at the end of their lease or during a month-to-month tenancy.
What is the process if I wish to sell my unit?
If you wish to explore the possibility of selling your suite, please contact our customer service team at 416-296-7368. We would be delighted to walk you through the process to sell your rental property.
I am currently in the process of selling my suite. Where can I obtain a status certificate?
A copy of your suite status certificate can be obtained through the on-site property management office team. Alternatively, if you wish to obtain a copy of your status certificate online you may visit: https://www.statuscertificate.com
What is the process if I wish to move into the unit myself?
Please provide our office with a minimum of 90 days’ notice if you or an immediate family member wish to self-occupy the suite. This allows our team sufficient time to process the appropriate N12 Notice (Notice to End the Tenancy) to serve to the tenant. Please kindly note that we can only serve the tenant with this notice if the date falls on the end of the lease term or if the lease is on a month-to-month basis. To learn more about this process, please contact our customer service team at 416-296-7368