Whether you rent multiple units in a high-rise or an apartment in your basement, you need to know many things about finding tenants and making your rental business work to your advantage. While other sections provide information for both landlords and tenants, this section covers key business and legal aspects of being a landlord or a property manager.
In this Section:
- Just Starting? Get Informed
Helps new landlords familiarize themselves with the relevant rules and regulations.
- Marketing Your Rental Unit
These tips will help you find tenants.
- Now that You've Found New Tenants
Information on deposits, rent increases and how to finalize a tenancy.
- Dealing with Problems
Summarizes the landlord's obligations and refers to relevant information in the various province-specific pages.
- When the Tenancy Ends
Provides information on conducting a final inspection, returning deposits and ending a rental agreement.
- When Taking Legal Action, be Meticulous
This section outlines steps you can take to handle complaints and offers tips that will help you if you need to take legal action.
- Resources for Landlords
Presents resources and online links that offer valuable information for landlords and property managers.