When Can a Landlord Enter the Premises?
Landlords can’t simply enter their tenants’ properties whenever they feel like it. Tenants have rights to privacy and quiet enjoyment, which means landlords can only enter the property under specific circumstances. Find out what those are in this blog post.
10 Tips for the Long-Distance Landlord
Are you managing a rental property from a distance? Here are 10 tips to help make your landlording job easier.
8 Pointers All Tenants Should Know to Protect Themselves
Here are some words of advice on how to protect yourself as a tenant during a residential tenancy, including reading the lease over, knowing landlord-tenant laws and keeping a paper trail.
Renter’s Conflict: A Landlord’s Guide to Dealing with Feuding Tenants
No matter how proactive you are in screening tenants for your property, you can’t predict how people might behave when they’re living under the same roof. In this post, we discuss what landlords can do to help mediate conflict between...
Setting Up a Month-to-Month Rental
Renting a suite to a tenant month-to-month is different than renting on a fixed term. Find out the basics of renting residential property by month in this post.
Tenants: How to End Your Lease Early
Maybe you want to move into your significant other's place. Or maybe you just got a job offer in a different city, but you just renewed the lease on your apartment. Regardless of the reason—now you need to end your...