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How to Write a Rent Increase Letter

Leasing season is just around the corner and if you haven’t decided if you should be increasing your rent, you’ll need to ensure you’re providing your tenants an appropriate amount of notice as soon as possible.

 

On average, the annual rental prices increase between 3-5%. However, …

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The Importance of Pre Screening Tenant Inquiry Calls

 

One of the most important tasks you can do as a property owner or manager is to screen tenants applying for residency in your building. As we know, the key to make your rental property profitable is with the help of quality tenants who you can trust to take care of the property. 

 

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How Much Should You Charge Renters for Property Damage?

Dealing with property damage is a naturally occurring part of the property management business. Whether you’re managing rental properties, commercial properties, or looking at developer services, you will need to accept the very real possibility that you will very likely face property damage at …

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7 Security Tips to Keep Your Rental or Commercial Property Safe

 

 

If there is one thing we can all agree on, theft and destruction are equally problematic. Not only does it have a financial cost associated with resolving the issue, but it is also a massive red flag for potential tenants. The one saving grace is that with a few simple updates to your prop…

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5 Tips to Pick the Right Commercial Property Manager For You

 

 

 

 

Believe it or not, Commercial Property Managers regularly become mistaken for Residential Property Managers. Although both manage properties, these two types of individuals have a massive difference in the actual type of work involved. Some of the differences include complex leases…

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Property Management In Central Vancouver Island: Developing Future Opportunities With Qualified Professionals

Throughout this last year, the Central Vancouver Island Region has experienced an unprecedented surge in demand for qualified property management professionals within their communities. More specifically, Nanaimo, Courtenay, and Comox regions have been desperately seeking dedicated, trained and …

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