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Landlord Edmonton: How To Rent To Good Tenants?

October 20th, 2014 · Comments Off on Landlord Edmonton: How To Rent To Good Tenants? · Alberta rent increase, Latest News

  There has been a lot of controversy over the past few days for Alberta landlords. It has to do with Calgary Mayor Nenshi commenting on the state of the Calgary rental market. The Mayor of Calgary accused small landlords of “gouging” tenants because we raise the rents each year. He said Alberta landlords view […]

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Edmonton Landlords – Vacancy Rates and Renting To Good Tenants

June 23rd, 2014 · Comments Off on Edmonton Landlords – Vacancy Rates and Renting To Good Tenants · Alberta landlords, Edmonton landlords, Tenant Credit Checks

  Edmonton Landlords – With Vacancy Rates Low Make Sure You Rent To Good Tenants By Running Credit Checks Before Handing Over The Keys! There has been some great news for Edmonton landlords these days. According to a report by Metro News the Edmonton vacancy rate continues to be among the lowest in the country. […]

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Credit Check Edmonton: Find Great Tenants With TVS Credit Checks

April 3rd, 2014 · 1 Comment · Property Management, Tenant Screening Edmonton: Tenant Credit Checks

  Great news for Edmonton Landlords. The Edmonton Journal had a story on the best places to live in Canada in 2014 and we finished third. The story was about a study done by Moneysense magazine rating Canadian cities and their ‘liveability.’ The province of Alberta dominated the top of the lists. St. Alberta finished […]

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Edmonton Landlords: Vacancy Rate

December 18th, 2013 · Comments Off on Edmonton Landlords: Vacancy Rate · Edmonton landlords, Vacancy Rate

  Tenants Keep Complaining About How Expensive Edmonton Rentals Are and The Media Keeps Promoting Their Claims Edmonton landlords know the important of good tenant screening and choosing only good tenants. After all, landlords here know what the results can be if you don’t screen carefully. In past years we used to look at Ontario as […]

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