If you a tenant looking to rent, you want to be sure that you find a home with a landlord who is reasonable and cares about their tenants. 

As a Landlord, you want to be sure that your new tenant is respectful of your property and will appreciate the home that you are providing. 

We work very hard to make sure that these things come together. Our experience and diligence go a long way to making the rental process work smoothly for everyone involved.  Contact us to talk about how we can work together. 

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As a Landlord:

Renting your house or condo may seem relatively simple.  Not so!  You are inviting someone to live in your investment property and expecting, hoping?, that they will care for it and look after it the way that you would.  The reality is that there are a lot of great tenants out there, but also quite a few that will create endless trouble for you.

I work with investors to rent both their condo units and also houses and have seen just about every kind of tenant imagineable.  

It is very important to check out propective tenants before you enter into a lease agreement with them.  Always insist on five things:

  • An up to date credit check
  • Proof of employment
  • References - preferably including a letter of reference from their employer.  Follow up with the references!
  • Certified deposit check for the 1st and last months rent.
  • Meet the tenant in person and interview them to get an idea of the kind of person that they are.  Take this opportunity to explain what your expectations are about how they care for your investment property.

If you do this you have a much greater chance of getting a good tenant as oposed to a livng nightmare.

These are the steps that I take to make sure that my clients are going to get the best tenant possible.  So, give me a call and let me handle this for you. 

As a Tenant:

I have access to a wide variety of rental accommodations through MLS and directly with my investors,  and will do my best to ensure that you rent good, comfortable space and that you don't end up with the landlord from hell.  There are a lot of rentals available and you want to be sure that you rent in a good location and in a good quality building.  

Additionally, I will make sure that you are aware of your rights and responsibilities under the Landlord Tenent Board Act.  The Act is there for your protection as well as the landlords.

Before you start looking it's a good idea to have all of the documents available so that when you do find that new place to live you are ready to push the button and go.  The rental market in Toronto can be tight and depending on where you want to live you may have to act quickly to make sure you don't miss out on a great place.

A few things that you will defintely need are:

  • An up to date credit check
  • Proof of employment
  • References - preferably including a letter of reference from their employer
  • Certified deposit check for the 1st and last months rent.

Call me to talk about what you are looking for and I will start the process for you.