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Relationships and rental leases
Landlords and tenants alike may be hard-pressed to know exactly what to do when a personal shift such as death or divorce happens, and how these types of events would impact a lease.
10 ways to keep your landlord happy
Follow these tips and ensure a trouble-free relationship with your landlord.
The Rental Housing Tribunal: know your rights
The Rental Housing Tribunal is the official body that has been set up to resolve disputes between tenants and landlords. Here's what you need to know.
What should you do when you can’t pay the rent?
If you’re frequently unable to pay your rent or late with your payment then it’s essential to follow these budgeting tips.
9 qualities tenants look for in a landlord
Being a landlord is not easy. It can come with all sorts of stresses and responsibilities but a lot of the stress can be alleviated by building a mutually beneficial landlord/tenant relationship.
The 7 deadly rental sins to avoid
To avoid the frustration of financial loss, stress and damage to your property, make sure you are not committing these seven deadly rental sins:
Help! My tenant hasn’t paid rent
If a landlord finds themselves in a situation where the tenant hasn’t paid their rent on time, it’s best to take action as soon as possible.
How to spot a bad tenant - before they move in
Tenant screening and selection are essential skills for landlords to have. Here are 15 tips to help you avoid undesirable tenants.
Do you really need a rental agent?
The tough economy is putting both landlords and tenants under strain. Could using a good rental agent help?
Why a clean credit record is vital for tenants
With fierce competition in the rental market, tenants are finding it increasingly difficult to find rental property. In this market, landlords are looking closely at tenant’s creditworthiness.