Entries Tagged as 'Rental Property'

Successful Tenant Rent Collections in Ontario

September 24th, 2017 · 2 Comments · Property Management, Rental Property

  I told all you readers a while back that I would be performing an experiment to challenge the idea that continuing to try to collect rent from deadbeats after they have moved out is throwing good money after bad. That picture is the three checks I got from the paralegal from old tenants that […]

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Tenant Concern Emails

June 5th, 2017 · Comments Off on Tenant Concern Emails · Landlord & Tenant Board, Rental Property

Here’s some tenant concerns. Property Showings I gave 60 days notice to move out. The rental agent has been giving me a 24 notice for every single weekday, even though she only shows it about once every 2 weeks. That means I have to get up and be sure to take a shower & be […]

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Dear Mr. Morneau – Please Don’t Let Us Lose Money on Home Capital

May 29th, 2017 · 3 Comments · Mortgages, Rental Property

In this article I mock the Financial Inquirer’s weekend piece written by a US Hedge Fund guy and a Canadian who manages an Taylor Asset Management. It deserves to be mocked, and I’m honestly sick of these talking heads that prop up Home Capital Group. They should all be forced to buy shares. Guys seriously, […]

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GTA Market Hit Hard By Plummeting Prices

May 28th, 2017 · 1 Comment · Rental Property

While apparently the Vancouver market has recovered from the Foreign Buyer Tax a year later, I believe that the Toronto Market has to deal with a number of other significant blows simultaneously. Tightening of credit due to Home Capital Group Rent Increase Legislation Changes Change to Laws Regarding Owner Occupancy Re:Sales Mortgage Syndication Fraud Consumer […]

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Why Rental Condos are NOT a Solution to Affordable Rental Crisis

May 19th, 2017 · 2 Comments · Landlord Advocacy, Rental Property

When I first got into this business, we had rental buildings and we did not treat our tenants very well. We had actual low vacancy and people had to save a 25% down payment which took them years and years. We did not maintain buildings because we could not increase the rent, and so the […]

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