What to Know When You Are a First-Time Tenant
Renting a property for the first time can be an exciting but daunting experience. There are so many responsibilities and tasks involved with your first move, so it is important to understand the process of becoming a tenant to ensure a smooth and stress-free transition! Here are some things to keep in mind when you […]
How to Pick the Perfect Tenant
There are a lot of things to consider when you are looking for the right tenant for your rental property. You want to find someone who is responsible, will pay their rent on time and will take good care of your property. Here are a few tips on how to pick the perfect tenant: […]
What to Know Before Renting Out Your Condo
Renting out your condo can be an excellent way to earn some extra income, but there are a few things you should know before making the leap! Here are a few things to consider before getting started: Make sure you can afford it When you rent out your condo, you will be responsible for […]
We Have a Winner…
We want to thank all of our tenants who took the time to activate their Tenant Portals! Easy and secure access to your tenant portfolio, payment options, maintenance requests, and much more is available through your portal. If you haven’t activated your account yet please do so today!
Tenants Insurance…. Why?
Why would you want tenants insurance? Landlords have relatively few legal obligations to compensate tenants for damage to or loss of their personal possessions. Tenants, on the other hand, are responsible for the harm they may cause to any part of the building in which they live or to others who live or […]
When it comes to Evicting
Have you ever been in the position of having to evict a tenant? Having an investment property is a great financial asset, especially in Canada’s competitive rental market. But investment properties come with the great responsibility of being a landlord. Choosing tenants to live in your rental unit is risky, and often times a negative […]
TD and CIBC join RBC in hiking mortgage rates ahead of Bank of Canada decision next week.
With all the changing rules and rates it might be time to talk to a Private Mortgage Broker and see what they have to offer that the Big Banks might not be inclined to share. To read the full article from the Calgary Herald click here
What to do with that Under Performing Rental?
Here we are at the starting line of another Spring / Summer season and just as homeowners contemplate if this is the right year to sell their property, so are many Calgary landlord, tired from weathering the falling rental rates and extraordinarily long vacant periods. For many landlords supplementing rents to cover the basic costs […]
5 Steps to Improve your Curb Appeal
So, have you ever driven up your driveway after work and thought “blah” but don’t really have the budget right now to revamp your landscaping and you don’t get along well with plants? Well, I have 5 steps to improve your curb appeal and give you a more updated feel for under $175 1) Paint […]
What is Virtual Staging
Simply put – virtual staging is digitally placing furniture and accessories into images of a vacant or barely furnished property to enhance the “WOW” factor. It’s also an effective tool in helping buyers imagine a furniture layout in what might be considered an awkward shaped room. With virtual staging the sky is the limit but […]