Mandatory Provincial Tenancy Agreement
As of April 30, 2018 all tenant / landlord agreements have to use this new form (this does not effect agreements in place before the indicated time).
Get a digital copy of the lease at the link below or contact us for a hard copy, free of charge. Residential Tenancy Agreement (Standard Form of Lease) - 2018
For FAQs please visit the Government of Ontario site by using the following link: http://www.mah.gov.on.ca
Making your property work for you
An information resource for Toronto's residential landlords
- Information and tips about renting
- Advice about buying, selling, and managing income property
- Links to important documents and services
- Suggestions for making your property work for you
Maintained by Errol Paulicpulle, a Toronto real estate agent who specializes in income property.
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It has been a slow start to 2018 as buyers and sellers adjust to new lending guidelines which took effect in the New Year. The 4,019 total sales represent a 22% drop from last January, while the 8,585 new listings were up 17.4% over the same time period. Both represent the ninth lowest total in their category over the past decade.
I've been selling real estate for almost 32 years, primarily dealing with income properties.
Over the years, I've learned a great deal about the Residential Tenancies Act and what makes an income property work for an owner. I make it my business to support my clients with this information so they can be successful landlords.
I hope you take advantage of everything this website has to offer. I look forward to hearing from you with your questions, requests for information, and suggestions.
If you are considering selling or investing in income properties in the Toronto area, or would like assistance with rental services, I'd be glad to help you realize the best return on your property.
Give me a call or send an email. A consultation is always free.*