Category: Property Maintenance

Investing is the new hustle! More and more people are finding themselves making investments to garner more income on the side of their day-to-day jobs. These investments can range from stocks to commercial property to startups; with each investment boasting different benefits and risk levels. Investing in real estate has become quite prevalent, especially in...
With the revolutionary news that the Government of Canada has officially legalized recreational cannabis across the country, citizens are beginning to pose questions about how, where, and when they can consume cannabis. Condominium tenants are especially curious-, will the new laws let tenants grow cannabis in their home? Can they consume it within their living...
Toronto is one of the busiest and rapidly growing cities in Canada with many opportunities to own a property for personal or investment purposes. There are a wide variety of areas with excellent market investment opportunities, from downtown Toronto to the influential east end to the outskirts of the Greater Toronto Area. A lot of...
Whether you are working in a sky high office tower or living in a rented walk-up apartment, you probably have a property manager and a facility manager. Both are crucial to the operations of the building as they are tasked to care for the building; however their responsibilities and roles do differ. Simply, a facility...
As property prices continue to rise in Toronto, the city has seen an influx of people moving into affordable condos. Offering great locations for both small families and individuals, condo living brings great benefits, including amenities such as fitness centres and swimming pools and  added services like security and facility repairs. However, with the benefits...
Are you a prospective landlord and/or property owner looking to rent out your property? While renting out real estate may seem like an easy investment in hindsight, it’s important to understand that the role of a landlord comes with a great deal of responsibility, liability, and authority, too. Whether you’re thinking about renting out several...
For most members of the condo community, the property manager is the face of the condo corporation or homeowner’s association. They are responsible for day-to-day running of things– they look after the bank accounts, handle the checks, field correspondence, and interact with owners more frequently than the board of directors does. Day-to-Day Operations of Condo...
A condo rental property is one of the most profitable investments possible in Toronto today. With that said, investors often find their money and time wasting away as they chase tenants for rent payments and lose sleep over their properties. Here are 5 mistakes that landlords make, and how you can avoid them by hiring...
There’s never been a better time to invest in rental property in Toronto. There are, however, financial pitfalls that come with owning an investment property and being a landlord. Often unexpected problems, accidents, tenant disputes, or long term vacancies arise that make even a great investment less affordable. Here are some tips to make your...