Accepting a cosigner on lease

When and why to accept a cosigner on a lease

Cosigners are a mystery for many landlords. “Why would I take on two payees when I can take on one?” A fair question no doubt. Oftentimes, it doesn’t make sense to take on a cosigner. If you have two excellent candidates for your rental, one...

How to promote a rental listing

A Quick Guide for Promoting Your Rental in 2019

You’ve been a good landlord. Time's been ticking away and your tenant seemed as satisfied as ever. But due to some career change or a whimsical new direction in life, they’ve left. Now you’ve got to navigate the wonderful world of promoting a...

Home without tenant insurance destroyed by fire

How Much Renters Insurance Do I Need?

So, you’re a tenant. You’ve been living well with days idly passing you by, no cause for concern and no problems with the landlord upstairs. Great! That is most likely the exact reason why less than 40% of tenants have renters insurance (AKA...

Checking time for late rent payment

Handling Late Rent Payments from Tenants in Toronto

Being a landlord comes with its ups and downs. Sure, it’s a relatively passive form of income, but at times it is very involved. Sink sprung a leak? Troughs wavering in the wind? Walkway getting icy? Those generally fall on the landlord's shoulders...

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