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When a landlord can and cannot enter your apartment

What's the difference between legal and illegal entry when it comes to your rental? We visit the Residential Tenancies Act to find out.

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Here are 4 new records the Canadian housing market has broken

Fewer mortgages, fewer sales, a booming population, and curtailing household debt.

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What’s the difference between a written and verbal lease?

Contrary to what one might assume, not every lease will be in the form of a written, paper document.

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Noisy neighbours? How noise complaints work in Toronto

Specific Noise Bylaw information to help you keep the peace and quiet in your Toronto building or neighbourhood.

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RBC reports Canada has more millennial homeowners than other countries

The report supplements the Liberal government's plan to create more housing opportunities for millennials.

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6 things a landlord must provide in a rental property

When it comes to a rental unit, what must be included by the landlord? What's the responsibility of the tenant? Find out here. 

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Renting

5 common building code violations tenants should be aware of

Safe buildings are vital to ensuring a rental property is successful and that tenants actually want to live there.

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TREB calls for policy review as prices rise and sales drop

The Toronto Real Estate Board is calling for a regulatory review of the mortgage stress test.

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4 of the cheapest places to rent a condo in Toronto

Guess which of the city's favoured neighbourhoods rank as the most affordable, right now!

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Can I be prohibited from smoking in a rented property?

In this post we go over no-smoking clauses and what you should do to respect your landlord's property.

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B.C. begins tracking presale condo flippers, Ontario urged to follow suit

New government policies have been introduced in British Columbia that could expand into other popular housing provinces.

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How to prepare your rental application

What kind of documents do you need to have ready once you're interested in a unit? Grab some tips here for your next rental viewing.

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