Have you ever tried to end your tenancy early? Perhaps you wanted to move into a new apartment or got a new job in a different city that required you to move before you lease expired...you approach the landlord and politely
Have you ever gotten out of the bathroom after a great long shower only to find your landlord standing in the hallway showing prospective tenants your apartment?
Whether you are a new or existing tenant it is imperative that you understand your rights as a tenant. Doing so will ensure that you are not taken advantage of. Unfortunately, many renters are not aware of their rights
You have found your dream apartment and you are excited to move in. Before you agree to rent you must be aware of your rights and responsibilities as a tenant and those of the landlord. Being informed about your rights, duties and responsibilities
To further educate tenants we are releasing a ‘Tenant Handbook Series’ covering the important topics all tenants must be aware of. This guide will specifically be aimed for Ontario renters as it is based on the ‘Residential
Combine Several Search Methods
One of the common mistakes that I notice most prospective tenants make when searching for a new place to live is that they rely solely on one method of search to find their apartment. Doing so is
You have decided its time to start searching for a new place to live. How do you know when to start looking? Should you give yourself two weeks, a month, two months?
It’s always best to start your search early.
So it’s time to start searching for a new place to live. You’re excited about the possibilities, a new location, shorter commute to work, a larger space…Whether this is your first time moving or your 20th it is important to have
So what is the “Distinguishing Factor”? Let me start off with an example: You are perusing the internet for a new place to live. You find two ideal places to live in. Both of these places are one bedroom apartments in