Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Legal Rent Increase 2011

Hi Ontario Real Estate Investor,


On August 31st the new statutory guideline for rent
increase came into effect for Ontario rental properties
under the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act.
Landlords may now increase rent by upto 0.7% of the
current rental rate charged to the tenant.

However, under certain conditions Ontario landlords
can legally increase rent amounts by much more
than 0.7%.

Further, if investors or Ontario realtors representing
them aren’t aware of the new rules governing listing
tenant occupied properties you may needlessly
costing yourself or your client thousands of dollars.

Get the very latest updates on Ontario landlord tenant
law by taking my course “A Landlord’s Rights &
Obligations, Ontario 2010”. Below are the upcoming
course dates and locations:

Ottawa, November 3
Ajax, November 4
Mitchell, November 9
Markham, November 16
Kitchener, November 23
London, November 25
Scarborough, December 2
Windsor, January 11

For more information on the course content visit
our website. For course registration visit our
online registration page.

Regards,
Katherine Paliwoda
Katherine Paliwoda & Associates
P.O. Box 174,
Mitchell, ON.
N0K 1N0
1-866-548-6358

Website: http://landlordtenantmatters.ca/
Online Registration: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/48230265?s=2089209

2 comments:

  1. Hey Greg
    Great blog, but I'd suggest not promoting the courses above to heavily. I took one of Katherine's courses when the course was counted towards RECO credits, which it no longer is

    PS we have great investment opportunities here in Kitchener Waterloo, let me know if I can help you with any :)

    Be Great

    Benjamin Bach
    KW Commercial Director, Kitchener Waterloo

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  2. Thanks Benjamin, appreciate the information. I am attending her course here in Ottawa and will be able to form a more cohensive opinion.

    What specifically do you work with in the Kitchener/Waterloo area? I have been looking at the multi-unit residential lately, but tough finding strong cap rates.

    Regards
    Greg

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