Selling a Toronto property with a tenant, landlord rights, sellers rights, buyers rights

Navigating the Ontario Real Estate Landscape: Sell Your Tenanted Property Like a Pro!

There has been a pronounced shift in sentiments between landlords and tenants in recent years, with building resentment on both sides.  Tenants, in particular those who have been renting the same unit for a number of years, are being forced out of their homes and communities where they can no longer afford to rent. Landlords, who have very few rights once they lease a property to someone, are feeling a lack of control over a very expensive asset.  The stories of rentals gone wrong can be downright terrifying for either side, from tenants not paying rent for months at a stretch, costly payouts for landlords (amounting to extortion at times IMO), and lengthy wait times at the Landlord Tenant Board (LTB) for hearings.

Couples moving in together, Co-habitation Agreements

Are Co-Habitation Agreements the New Pre-nup?

I help a lot of couples at various stages of relationships find homes to call their own. It’s a big step moving in with someone and could drastically change how you see each other. A co-habitation agreement is a legal contract between two people who live together in a romantic relationship but are not married. The agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities of each partner regarding the property, assets, debts, and other financial matter in the event of a breakup or death.

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How to find the Right Investment Property in Toronto

In general, there are 3 types of investment properties (or income properties): Short-term Rentals, Monthly or Seasonal Rentals, and Long-term rental properties. In this post, I will be sharing the differences between each one by focusing on the pros and cons, to help you figure out what the right choice is for you.

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