With housing and property prices constantly rising, renting is becoming an increasingly popular option for singles, couples, and families. Many members of the younger demographic prefer renting for its lack of permanency. Short-term leases are the perfect option for people who are not sure how long they’ll want to live in a specific location due to changing employment and relationships.
Taking high-quality images of a property has become a key aspect of property management. Few of us were born with a professional photographer’s eye, but a few tricks can make your photos and property stand out!
Time is a precious resource in property management, especially when you have a vacant property on your hands. You want to make sure to market your properties as efficiently as you can, generating top-quality leads to fill the spot quickly. Here’s how…
A critical component of the rental marketing process is to keep potential tenants interested in your property. This way, when space opens up you will already have a solid following of interested tenants. Here’s how:
From reflections of years past to new goals and ultimately, resolutions for improvement as we begin another New Year we are faced with change. The world of property management is certainly no exception, which is why the Condominium Authority of Ontario (CAO) has introduced new condo rules that have taken effect in 2018.
Being a director for a recently registered condominium is hard work, but it can be very rewarding. The first year or so after registration the directors will be very busy and face many challenges.
In addition to their ordinary duties (i.e. to manage the affairs of the condominium and ensure the owners comply with the Act and the condominium’s documents), the directors for a new condominium should pay special attention to a few key areas.
This marks the last excerpt from the Ontario Governments web-site publications on this new act and what it means. In this last segment, property managers and licensing. To read the entire article, please click on the link at the bottom of this article.
Many condominiums have employees, such as superintendents or cleaning staff. In order that all employers understand their obligations under the Employment Standards Act, 2000, (ESA) and as important, that employees know their rights, all workspaces must conspicuously post an Employment Standards Poster.
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