Entries Tagged as 'Rental Property'

Warm Fuzzies of Meeting Old Tenants

December 7th, 2017 · 1 Comment · Property Management, Rental Property

Landlord Rescue’s first business plan didn’t even include property management, we were solely a leasing company that found great tenants for landlords. That business (even more than regular property management) was based on no news is good news. I would rent a place, and not hear back from the landlord for 1-2 or more years […]

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Should We Build Larger Condos like 3 Bedrooms?

November 21st, 2017 · 3 Comments · Rental Property

Recently in the news – What about larger suites in condos? These are my thoughts, it’s exceedingly short sighted to build condos full of one bedrooms and one bedrooms plus dens that aren’t a den. Of course we need to build bigger suites for families in the downtown core for the people that work there […]

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Latest City of Toronto AirBnb Short Term Rental Rules

November 9th, 2017 · 2 Comments · Rental Property

Well here it is, the City of Toronto’s New Short Term Rental Rules I suggest getting a full glass of cheap whisky because it’s 30 pages of completely unenforceable rules and regulations about short term rentals. Whack A Mole AirBnb Craigslist Kijiji Mls Viewit Zumper Padmapper Booking Backpage Rent Compass Are you getting the picture […]

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Aim Low – Landlord Edition.

November 8th, 2017 · 1 Comment · Rental Property

AS IS Rentals As is rental are not a legal class of rentals in Ontario. So imagine my surprise when I saw this ad from craigslist.  This is the actual ad link but it will expire shortly but I’ve saved this for posterity.  The picture above and the text below. Hello, I’m looking for someone […]

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Landlord 101 – Finding a corpse

October 27th, 2017 · 4 Comments · Property Management, Rental Property

People who have difficult and traumatic jobs often use humour as a means of lightening the mood and making it easier to cope with difficult situations. Observers and family members would consider their jokes horrifying and completely inappropriate. Having said that, it’s pretty common for property managers and building staff members to “check the stairwells […]

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