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How To Be A Successful Alberta Landlord

August 3rd, 2015 · Comments Off on How To Be A Successful Alberta Landlord · Alberta Evictions, Alberta Landlord Credit Check, Alberta Residential Landlords Association, Tenant screening

    Experienced Alberta Residential Landlords Know the Importance of Screening Tenants Carefully Recently there was some excellent advice on the Alberta Landlords Association forum that has must read information for anyone who owns a rental property. It was from an Alberta residential landlord who has a property in Edmonton. The question was asked by […]

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Alberta Landlords Association Review

July 28th, 2014 · Comments Off on Alberta Landlords Association Review · Alberta landlord, Alberta Landlords Association Review, Credit Check

Alberta Landlords Association Review – Join the Alberta Landlords Association To Help Your Rental Property Business Succeed! Things are going well for landlords in Alberta this year. For example, vacancy rates are down and there is a large number of people coming to Alberta to find jobs and put down roots. This means these people […]

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Landlords Resolutions for 2013

January 6th, 2013 · Comments Off on Landlords Resolutions for 2013 · Landlords Resolutions 2013

2013 IS YOUR YEAR FOR SUCCESS AS A LANDLORD It’s a year where you with not only shine, but your business will reach a new, better than ever, level of success! You will be the ultimate professional landlord. 1. This will set you apart from your competition. 2. This will lead you to retaining all […]

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Tenancy Agreements AKA “Leases” in Ontario

March 10th, 2012 · 4,870 Comments · Property management

  Having a “lease” or a “tenancy agreement” is central to a good landlord/tenant relationship.  Smart landlords will also avoid simple verbal contracts because they can’t be proven at the LTB or in Court. It will be a “he said” ,  “she said” situation.  You do not want this situation. Some  landlords believe if lease […]

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Does the tenant have to move out at the end of the lease? (Ontario)

November 13th, 2011 · 9,866 Comments · ontario landlords, Residential Tenancy Act (Ontario)

Question:  Is The End of the Lease the End of the Tenancy in Ontario? This is one of the most common questions from new landlords in Ontario.  And it should be. In other provinces in Canada a lease is treated like a regular contract.  When the contract ends both parties have choices: Choice #1:  Renew […]

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