Entries Tagged as 'Kids & Family'

A New Trick… Falsifying Accepted E-transfers

June 3rd, 2016 · No Comments · Kids & Family, Property Management, Rental Property

So in today’s new and disturbing tenant douche baggery, I have a tenant who had an NSF check, who then said he sent me e-transfer. That’s possible, I looked for the deposit and I couldn’t find it. He then sent me a copy of the Interac transfer dated May 31st 2016. Finally I called the […]

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Landlord Lesson – Legal Possession

May 30th, 2016 · No Comments · Kids & Family, Rental Property

Here’s a bit of a brain twister for a lot of landlords, certainly the smaller ones and the landlords that have tenants renting parts of their home. This is the concept of legal possession and how by accepting rent the landlord gives up some of the rights of legal possession and how the tenant gets […]

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Crazy Schedules For Showings

July 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Kids & Family, Rental Property

One thing owners completely underestimate when showing apartments is the havoc that it will play with your schedule. After many years, I’ve become use to the cancellations, the late arrivals, people getting lost and just not showing up. I plan and schedule and still manage to never know what I’m doing on any given day. […]

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Large Rental Deposits – Double Edged Sword

March 5th, 2014 · 3 Comments · Kids & Family

paul bica / Foter / CC BY While searching on Canlii a few days ago, I can across this fresh new Divisional Court Decision. I’ve discussed before about how new immigrants are often discriminated against and they have to pay large multi month deposits before landlords will rent to them. Well, guess what, those landlords […]

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More On Rental Deposits

March 5th, 2014 · 3 Comments · Kids & Family

A Guy Taking Pictures / Foter / CC BY My most popular post is about rental deposits. Considering that it’s a simple subject, I’m surprised there is so much controversy and confusion regarding the rules. Today I got a question from a tenant about this subject and so I’ll take another kick at the can. […]

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