Some of the following must-haves may not suit your current situation with your condominium unit Allow this list to be a guide on where to improve your current space or look for your next condo investment The ideal tenant is someone who is consistent with your expectations of them, is...

Turning your condo into a profitable rental property is very enticing and appealing to many rental property owners. The real estate market in Toronto and the GTA represents a valuable opportunity for investors to generate significant ROIs from properties they purchase and rent. But being a landlord requires a lot more...

Entering into the real estate market as a condominium owner can be a lucrative and savvy move. The industry is booming, and you can see a large profit if you fill your units quickly.  However, while there are plenty of high-quality renters looking for their next home, the competition is fierce,...

Tenant screening is a crucial part of the leasing process that’s often overlooked by private landlords. A thorough screening process ensures that the potential tenants are reliable and suitable for the tenancy.  Without proper screening, landlords run the risk of allowing poor quality tenants to live in their property. This can...

Whether you’re a first-time landlord or a seasoned professional, the rental industry is constantly shifting and evolving. This year, you can expect to see rental trends moving faster than ever. In order to stay competitive as an Ontario landlord, make sure you tick everything off an up-to-date to-do list.  Here’s our...

Are you a homeowner looking to rent out your condominium unit to a tenant? There are many laws governing the relationship between landlords and tenants that you must know before renting out your property. The Residential Tenancies Act (the “RTA”) sets out the rights and obligations of both tenants and landlords...