We're Owners Too - We Get It!
It’s not easy being a landlord. Repairs, maintenance and leasing can all be time consuming and costly. That’s why we’re here. We make ownership easy. We can tailor our services to your unique needs or you can take advantage of our full suite of services which include the following:
Advertising and showing your property.
Credit and reference checks on all tenant applications.
Lease agreements based on a standard rental contract and customized with property-specific schedules to suit your needs.
Property Management Services:
Resolving tenant complaints.
Repairs and maintenance.
On-site inspections: Annual, Move-In/Move-Out
Rent collection and direct deposit to owner’s bank.
Detailed monthly statements.
Need to report a problem? Request a repair or renovation?
Rent With Us Today
It’s not always easy to find a rental property that fits your needs in today's market, especially all on your own. That’s why we’re here.
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We additionally list properties through easily accessible platforms including Facebook Marketplace and Kijiji, which can be booked with our rental agents
Fill out an N-9 Form and give your legal notice here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Do I Do About Fuses?
Fuses are a tenant responsibility as per our leases. (Unless it is an old lease – always check and familiarize yourself with the requirements of your personal lease, whether you be a landlord or tenant).
Most commonly, you will need to replace a glass fuse in your panel.
Click HERE for video demonstration.
Replacement fuses are commonly available at stores such as Walmart, Home Depot, or any hardware store. It is recommended that you keep a supply in your home. Please note that the replacement of fuses are a tenant responsibility, however we are happy to be of assistance if you need help as to how to resolve the issue.
Fuse Example HERE
How To Give and Enforce Proper Moving Notices
Tenants must give proper notice when they want to move. This not only means expressing to your landlord that you want to move The form you use to do this is called a Tenant’s Notice to Terminate the Tenancy (Form N9). You can get this form from the Landlord and Tenant Board. See Where to get help for contact information for the Board.
It is best to use the Form N9. The notice must include:
-the address of the place you are moving out of,
-the date you are moving,
-your signature, and
-the date you signed the notice.
For more information, click HERE
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