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Credit Checks For Only $9.95 (Scores And No Annual Fee) From The Leading Background Check Provider in Canada TRITON!

Saturday, March 27th, 2021

Join the BC Landlords Association for a One-Time Registration Fee. Get Credit Checks for Only $9.95/Check With The Most Reputable Background Screening Company in Canada TRITON

It used to be you could rely on a handshake or a good chat with your potential tenant and decide to rent to them. The harsh reality is those days are over.

It’s essential every small landlord runs a credit check to make sure they know who they are renting to.

It’s now also essential landlords understand the need to use the most professional company to run these checks.

STAND OUT AS A PROFESSIONAL LANDLORD BY USING THE BEST CREDIT CHECKS FROM THE LEADING BACKGROUND CHECK PROVIDER IN CANADA (and avoid shady start-ups)

It’s important that landlords use the best credit checks from the most reputable companies. You and your rental property will stand out when you partner with TRITON to find great tenants.

TRITON has existed for over 50 years. The company runs criminal checks with the RCMP.  

TRITON is also the background check company for Uber, the Ontario provincial government, McDonalds, Bell,  Restaurants Canada…

…and BC Landlords Association Members.

For only $9.95/check (no set up fee) you get an excellent report that leading companies rely on. This includes scores, employment information, past residences and more!

WIN-WIN! THE BEST TENANTS WILL APPRECIATE YOUR  PROFESSIONALISM BY USING TRITON 

Recently there have been a lot of shady small start-up companies that are offering “services” for small landlords.

Many of these companies have upset good tenants because they are secretly adding them to illegal “bad tenant lists”, allowing defamatory comments on their sites and even not even requiring tenants to consent for their information being used and more.

There are already lawsuits starting and lots of media and reports. Let’s face it the best tenants are going to avoid landlords who use these shady services.

It’s a ticking time-bomb that you need to avoid.

If you were a great tenant would you put up with a landlord using shady services or rent from a landlord who runs credit checks with the leading background check company in Canada?

Landlords get the info we need, and tenants info is protected

LANDLORDS AND TENANTS CAN TRUST TRITON

TRITON has clear policies to protect tenants.

TRITON has clear rules for accountability, the purpose of the credit check, requiring tenants consent, limiting the information sent to only what is needed, limiting use, disclosure and retention of personal data, accuracy of data, safeguards, openness,  individual access, and a clear complaints process if tenants think their data has been misused.

IT’S NOW ESSENTIAL FOR GOOD LANDLORDS TO USE ONLY THE BEST SERVICES TO RUN CREDIT CREDIT CHECKS

Do you want to be connected to shady start-up companies or do you want to work with the industry leader?

Good landlords can now use the most reputable background screening in Canada to screen your tenants. You get all the information you need to make a decision including a score

TRITON credit checks give you tremendous information to allow you to make the right decision.

You can put your tenant applicants at ease by telling them you are using TRITON. They can go online and see you, their potential landlord, is using a background company that is the leading company in Canada and protects them and their data.

-TRITON has over 50 years of experience in running background checks in Canada.

-TRITON offers services that ensures you, the landlord, and your tenants are protected.

-TRITON credit checks are based on real data from Transunion that you can trust not phone “AI” and defamatory comments.

BECAUSE WE ARE ALL LANDLORDS OURSELVES AND DON’T RELY ON SALARIES LIKE SOME BC GROUPS WE WORK HARD TO PARTNER WITH ONLY THE BEST PARTNERS TO HELP BC LANDLORDS SUCCEED!

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BC Landlords Are Facing Challenges In 2021…But Also Opportunities!

Saturday, January 2nd, 2021

BC Landlords have had a very challenging 2020.

With the Covid pandemic many tenants couldn’t (or just didn’t) pay rent and this led to financial stress on many of us. Despite some help from the province, many did not collect full rent and others faced late rent regularly.

No Rent Increase

Small BC landlords know how our costs are rising and how important it is to increase the rent to try to cover your costs. Unfortunately, the NDP government won’t allow small landlords to raise our rents until July 2021.

Opportunities in 2021

Experienced and successful British Columbia landlords know there will also be opportunities in 2021.

When the economy gets stronger there will be more people coming to our province to work. These more qualified tenants will be on the way and looking for great rentals.

Students will also be returning. This will lead to a very strong rebound in the student rental sector.

Tenant Screening

Make sure you continue to screen your potential renters carefully. This should include references, employment proof and a credit check.

You can join the BC Landlords Association and begin running checks for under $10/check.

BC Landlords Face Challenges And Opportunities in 2021

Make sure you take advantage of the opportunities and make sure you screen all potential tenants with a credit check.

B.C. Rent Freeze Extended To July 2021

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

Despite All The Challenges Small BC Landlords Already Face, Now Rents Are Frozen Until July 2021

It wasn’t long ago that British Columbia landlords were informed we could  raise the rent by up to 1.4% in 2021. 

This has now changed.

B.C. rent freeze extended to July 2021

Premier John Horgan’s NDP government has extended the freeze on rent increases until July 10, 2021, one of the government’s first initiatives since being re-elected on Oct. 24.

Tenants Need Help To Pay Landlords The Rent They Owe

The rent freeze will not help most tenants as the rate for 2021 was already at a low of only 1.4%. If the Premier wants to help tenants not be be evicted he needs to extend other programs as well.

BC Landlords Association Calls For Extension Of The $500-a-month Rental Assistance Program

Our province was the leader in Canada in helping hard working tenants pay rent and help small landlords (who need rent for our businesses to survive) at least get some rent.

In many cases our tens of thousands of BC landlord members said when tenants were getting government help, it allowed landlords to work out payment plans with our tenants to avoid evictions.

Let’s Continue To Help Tenants And Help Landlords Avoid Evicting Our Tenants

The BC Landlords Association has always been grassroots.

We don’t have “spokesmen” with high salaries who aren’t even landlords giving empty speeches and expensing their lunches and cocktails at 5 star hotels.

They shamefully got all excited after our grassroots association took off and they tried to cash in and have failed landlords across British Columbia!

We’re landlords just like you!

Rent Increases Are Frozen Until July 2021, And We Need An Extension By the Premier To Extend Help For Tenants

Let’s continue to be the leader in fairness for both tenants and landlords and work together to through these challenging times

BC Landlords Association Want A Win-Win Solution For Landlords and Tenants

Let’s get this done and be the example other provinces in Canada will follow…and countries around the world will follow!

Need Help In These Challenging Times?

Monday, August 3rd, 2020

Tenants Not Paying Rent?

Landlord and Tenant Branch is Closed?

Government Says Evictions Are Illegal?

What’s Going On And How Can Landlords Survive  (and even thrive?)

The rental industry is pretty crazy these days. According to the government we can’t even evict tenants who refuse to pay to pay rent.

And lawyers and paralegals are demanding huge fees to “help” you with no guarantees of refunds if they lose at the tenancy branch.

Go ahead and ask them: if you don’t give me the result for the thousands of dollars I pay, will you pay me back?

Now is the time for all small business landlords to join our community and we become a strong voice for change!

Network with other landlords, many successful and experienced, to make sure your rental business succeeds

Join Our Landlord Community for A One Time Registration Fee!

BC Evictions Begin Sept 1 And More!

Friday, July 17th, 2020

BREAKING – Big changes are finally on the way for BC landlords.

The BC government will be lifting the moratorium on evictions Sept 1. Renters have until July 31, 2021 to pay arrears. The province is keeping rent increases frozen until the end of the year.

The rental repayment framework will apply once the ban on issuing evictions for non-payment of rent is lifted. It requires the landlord to give the tenant until July 2021 to repay any outstanding rent, as long as monthly installments are paid.

The repayment framework is designed so renters will not have to make their first payment until the 1st rent due date following 30 days notice of repayment plan. This will be Oct. 1 for most renters, assuming landlord provides repayment plan before the end of August.

Need Help With New Rules And Dealing With Your Tenants?

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BC Rental Supplement Extended Until End Of August

Sunday, June 21st, 2020

The B.C. government is extending the temporary rental supplement until the end of August 2020 to support renters and landlords during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to CBC News the temporary rental supplement (TRS) program provides $500 per month for eligible households with dependents and $300 per month for eligible households with no dependents. Eligible roommates are also able to apply for the supplement.

People who have already been approved for the TRS do not need to reapply, the government said in its announcement of the extension Friday. They will receive an email asking them to confirm they plan to live at the same address through July and August.

New applications will be accepted until Aug. 31 and will be eligible for a supplement for the month they are received.

“COVID-19 has touched all aspects of our lives and our economy,” Housing Minister Selina Robinson said in a statement.

“We’re continuing to protect renters as we also ensure landlords are receiving some income during this time.”

The government also said the ban on evictions for reasons other than non-payment of rent will be lifted later in June.

That will allow evictions in situations where, for example, a new owner buys the rental property and intends to move in or when a tenant is endangering the landlord or other tenants or subletting an apartment without permission, the province said.

Evictions in such situations will require a notice period of one to four months.

The province said it would provide advance notice before lifting the moratorium on evictions for non-payment of rent. Tenants will be responsible for repaying any owed rent, the statement read, but a framework will be put in place to give tenants time to repay owed rent.

Since the supplement was announced, the province said, 82,500 eligible applications for rent assistance have been submitted.

Discuss this and other vital issues in our BC Landlords Forum.

 

PAY YOUR RENT CAMPAIGN 2020

Monday, May 4th, 2020

Smart Tenants Will Pay Rent & Cooperate With Your Landlord For a Win-Win Situation

Small landlords know the challenges tenants face.  Because we faced them too!  Many us were renters before.

We want to work with you to keep you renting from us.

Please know that just because we own a rental property, or rent out our basement, doesn’t mean we are rich. We aren’t.

Many of us are working class people who have decided to avoid the crazy stock market and buy a rental property to help us when we retire.

We need rent to be paid so we can also survive and want to cooperate with you to make sure we have a win-win relationship. We have to pay our mortgage, property taxes, insurance, maintenance.

There are calls saying “Don’t Pay Rent” all over social media

We want to make sure tenants know good landlords want to work with you for all of us surviving.

We support tenants in need, but many of us are also on the financial edge!

To prove our support, thousands of landlords and this association are lobbying both the provincial and federal government to create a nation-wide “rent bank” that will help tenants in need get grants or low-cost loans to pay rent.

This will make sure there is no “landlord-tenant” conflicts or haggling and keep landlords in business and tenants safe in their rental homes.

Something similar to the Canada student loan system where people in temporary need get financial help from the government.

Landlords want to work with tenants (and tenant groups) to make this happen. And happen fast!

Avoid The “Don’t Pay Your Rent” Memes and Media

This isn’t a poor tenant vs. a rich evil landlord issue.

It’s a working class tenant facing challenges renting from a working class small landlord who is also facing challenges.

If you don’t pay rent (like so many are saying) it will lead to eventually being evicted with large debts, and your search for a new home will include no reference and bad credit.

Good Landlords and Good Tenants Working Together

Tenants make sure you pay your rent on time, or work it out with your landlord.

Short term easy answers like “don’t pay rent” will lead to unnecessary problems for tenants a few months from now.

These groups should be joining us to lobby for a nation-wide rent bank to truly help tenants instead of wanting to “stick it to the landlord” (which only lead to legal issues down the road). But it’s so sexy to be a revolutionary, right?

Be Smart

If you can’t pay rent work things out with your landlord who will give you a discount or deferred payments.

Paying Rent or Cooperating With Your Landlord On A Fair Payment Plan Is the Smart Move!

BC Tenants Speak Out: We Need To Make “No Pets” Clauses Illegal in British Columbia!

Monday, February 10th, 2020

BC landlords Pets Ok BC

Tenants Speak Out and Share Their Concerns and Opinions on the Rental Industry

As part of our “Let’s Improve the British Columbia Rental Industry” we have invited landlords and tenants to share their opinions on how we can make these improvements. These opinions are from individual contributors and are not the opinions of the BC Landlords Association. We believe by fostering communication between landlords and tenants we can improve the BC rental industry. Landlords and tenants can share your thoughts and opinions by emailing us at landlordtenantsolutions@groupmail.com

BC Tenants Speak Out:  We Need To Make  “No Pets” Clauses Illegal in British Columbia!

I’m very happy to have a way to express my opinions as a Tenant in Alberta. Call me Ms. T, I’m a Tenant in Alberta. I moved here about five years ago to find a good job and lay down roots here. It’s been okay. I dislike the total lack of respect for the environment, total lack of animal rights, and a feeling that women are second class citizens. But overall my job is pretty good and the taxes are low. The biggest problem has been dealing with so many rotten landlords.

1.British Columbia is a diverse province full of parks, beaches and trails that are perfect for a day outside exploring with your dog. It also has many exciting off-leash dog parks and doggy beaches! Once you’re done exploring, return to your pet-friendly lodging for some relaxation with the pooch. Pets can stay in guest rooms with their families, but travellers should note that they usually cannot be left unattended in rooms. Pet-friendly accommodations in British Columbia include secluded cabins in the woods, luxurious waterfront cottages, family and budget-friendly motels, upscale hotels and resorts, and much more… and the whole family is welcome – pets included!

2.Pets OK BC is an initiative created by a broad coalition of citizens and nonprofit organizations from across British Columbia. Our primary goal is to strike down laws in BC that allow property owners to impose unfair “no pets” policies on tenants in rental housing, and that allow Strata Corporations to impose pet restrictions on owners of Strata properties.

The specifics: we are urging the government to repeal and replace Sections 18 (1) (2) and (3) of the Residential Tenancy Act [S.B.C. 2002, c.78], Sections 18 (1) and (2) of the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy Act [S.B.C. 2002, c.77], Section 123 (1) of the Strata Property Act [S.B.C. 1998, c. 43], and repeal Section 3(4) of the Schedule of Standard Bylaws in the Strata Property Act [S.B.C. 1998, c. 43]. Doing so would allow tenants (and in some cases, owners) of all of these types of properties to keep pets in their homes.

Under the current versions of these laws, many tenants and property owners with pets across the Province are subjected to blanket “no pets” policies and bylaws. These indiscriminate rules are based on common misconceptions about the law, about relationships between human and nonhuman companion animals, and/or about the data on tenancies, property, insurance, and the business of property management. Please see our FAQ page for more information about these misconceptions.

BC has a  glaring lack of availability of pet friendly housing, amidst historically low vacancy rates overall.  Because “no pets” policies can be imposed with impunity in rental agreements and strata bylaws across the province, many families, senior citizens, persons living with disabilities, and other individuals are forced to part with their nonhuman companions with alarming regularity. According to the BC SPCA, 1,774 animals were surrendered to their shelters because of “no pets” restrictions in 2016. That’s 5 per day, on average, and the number rises each year. And, that doesn’t include the hundreds of animals surrendered annually to the many other rescue organizations across BC.

The moral and legal precedent for this initiative is clear. In other jurisdictions in Canada and around the world, modern laws that prevent unreasonable “no pets” policies have been drafted, adopted, and proven to work, for decades. Ontario abolished “no pets” policies in rental housing in 1990. The world hasn’t ended in Ontario. Landlords in Ontario can still have pets who cause problems removed from their properties (for instance, if the pet is “making too much noise, damaging the unit, causing an allergic reaction to others, or is considered to be inherently dangerous”). This is a much fairer system than the one we have in BC, where “no pets” policies can be applied indiscriminately, which can result in unfair evictions and/or pet surrender to our overburdened animal shelters. We are long overdue for this change.

And people in BC want this change to happen, overwhelmingly. According to a poll commissioned by the BC SPCA in 2002 (McIntyre & Mustel), a majority of British Columbians agree with us that unreasonable “no pets” policies should be abolished.

We launched an online petition in 2015, which received over 14,000 verified signatures from BC residents in a few short months. On the strength of this confirmed mandate (and in part because the BC Legislature does not accept electronic petitions), we have pushed ahead to launch a formal petition to the BC Legislature to introduce these needed changes. We are also putting pressure on MLAs of all political stripes to assure their constituents that they support this initiative and will act on it. Given that housing accessibility and animal rights and welfare were both pivotal election issues in 2017, and given the massive outpouring of support we’ve seen for our campaign in recent months, it’s clear this is something our future representatives in Victoria can get behind. Some sitting MLAs have already extended support to this cause, and more politicians are expected to follow them soon.

3…………………..even Ontario landlords!

With low vacancy rates throughout British Columbia it’s important to encourage more people to become landlords. 

When more good people are motivated to invest their hard earned savings into creating secondary suites in their homes or buying an investment condo it helps tenants.  More landlords means more supply of high quality rental housing and gives tenants more options in finding a nice place to live.

We Need To Make  “No Pets” Clauses Illegal in British Columbia!

BC Tenants, KNOCK OUT YOUR LANDLORD LIKE MUHAMMED ALI IN 2020! You Need To Challenge Your Landlord To Make Them Respect You And Not Rip You Off!

Monday, January 20th, 2020

Make Sure You Clearly Show Your Landlord You Are A FIGHTER FOR YOUR TENANT RIGHTS! You Need To Teach Them You Will Fight Back!

The greatest heavyweight boxer of all time was a Black man named Muhammed Ali.  He was not the biggest fighter out there. In fact, he was normal sized and usually the “underdog”.  But he became the champion!

How?

Because he knew bigger boxers underestimated him and though he was not aggressive and weak and small. He made sure they knew he was not weak and would fight aggressively and this led the other boxers to respect him.

This is the same attitude these rich landlords have against us hard working tenants. They think we are weak.  It’s why we all need to fight aggressively and teach them to respect us…and if the don’t they will get knocked out!

Use The Muhammed Ali Strategy To Get Your Landlord To Respect You And Your Rights

Most landlords think they are clever and tenants are stupid and weak and not capable of fighting back.

Why do landlords think they are so clever?

Many bought their rental properties thanks to  mortgage fraud with fake incomes. The mortgage business is very shady and how did some lowly person end up with several rental properties? Hmmm.

And then they avoided all the laws to create a likely illegal rental as cheaply as possible. A rental that is a fire trap that could lead to the deaths of you and your family.

Keep your landlord on the defensive, ALI STYLE!

Tenants Need To Show You Won’t Be Pushed Around Or Cheated On Day 1!

Mohamed Ali knew other fighters thought he was small and old.  He knew the key to his winning (and dominating) was to show the bigger, younger fighter he knew what he was doing and he was fierce and wouldn’t back down!

Ali knew that if he he looked ‘weak’ or ‘intimidated’ it would lead to even more attacks from his opponents.

So he made sure from the first second of the fight to teach his opponent/landlord a lesson

…He showed them he was going to fight harder than they were and he was going to KNOCK THEM OUT!

From The Beginning Of The Fight, Ali Would Show He Would Not Be Intimidated

Ali would come out and jab, jab, jab, punch, punch, punch.  This led the other boxer to respect him.

Tenants need to do the same thing.

Make Your Landlord Know You Fight Back HARD!

Tenants Using Ali Tactics To Fight Back And Protect Your Family

So how can use be like Ali and win?

Here’s how.

If You Are Rejected From Renting a Property You Want To Make Your Home

It’s clear that many landlords refuse tenant applicants by breaking the British Columbia Human Rights Commission Laws.

The refuse you because you are on government assistance.  They refuse you because your income isn’t high enough. They refuse you because of your race or citizenship.  They refuse you because of your family.

This is all illegal…and it’s all super common!

Landlords are breaking the law by illegally denying you the home you deserve!

Always demand an exact reason why you were refused.  Record all conversations.

File a Human Rights Complaint against the landlord who refused you. Teach them a lesson they will never forget and make sure their law-breaking will end!

When You Move In

When you move in many landlords think “HAHAHAHA I GOT YOU! PAY ME!”

They have no idea that Tenants have rights and view you as simply their “cash cow” so they can buy expensive cars, take vacations, use your rent money to pay for their kids elite private school tuition!

Just Like Ali, Show Your Power, Knowledge and Willingness to Fight On Day 1

You have to show to your landlord that you are not an idiot that they can rip off.  Most landlords don’t care about the Residential Tenancies Act and don’t care about the Tenancy Branch.

Even if they are aware of it, they think YOU WON’T DARE CHALLENGE YOUR LORD

Make Sure You Challenge Your Landlord And Protect Yourself!

If you don’t do this, your landlord will NOT RESPECT YOU AND WALK ALL OVER YOU!

I know tenants are want to focus our time on our jobs, our studies and our families, but the landlords in BC are often PREDATORS and you have to take these steps to protect yourself, especially newcomers to Canada, people on government assistance, single mothers and students.

How To Do Take Action After Moving In? (No Need To Tell Your Landlord At All!)

-First, inspect the property yourself.  If you see any potential issues call your local by-law officer to get someone to come and inspect it.

Even if you don’t see any maintenance issues, call your local by-law officer  (since you are not an expert and you want to make sure your new home is safe).

-Second, call you local Fire Department and ask for them to inspect your rental to make sure it is safe for you and your family.

-Third, if there are any issues at all file against your landlord at the Tenancy Branch.

-Fourth, if there are any issues call the ….against your landlord and they will investigate

-Fifth, if you have any issues or questions, call your landlord and if they don’t answer quickly file a at the Tenancy Branch

What Can I Do If My Landlord Threatens or Harasses Me?

-You can call the police.

-You an file at Tenancy Branch

-Call your local By-law office

-Go to your local Legal Help clinic

Even after you beat down your landlord you don’t need to move out! Your landlord will FEAR YOU, and you are the WINNER! Ali Style!

1. Keep calling them
2. Demand action
3. Don’t be polite

…Show them you are smart and will not accept any ‘bad landlord’ games!

Muhammed Ali Was Underestimated and Made Sure His Landlords/Opponents Learned Fast!

Tenants need to do the same in 2020.

Fight back.  Make complaints! Call By laws. Call the Fire Department. Take Your Landlord to the Tenancy Branch.

You thought I was weak? I Will Take You To The Tenancy Branch, Call By-laws, Call Police, Get Free Legal Help,

Landlords Fear Tenants Who Know Our Rights!

By being aggressive you educate your landlord that they better BE CAREFUL in dealing with you.

And why not? Since you are paying their mortgage and making them rich. They need us more than we need them.

Get energized and get fighting because you are right and joining a huge Tenant movement for fairness!!! Fight For Your Rights!!!

BC Landlord Forum To Help British Columbia Landlords Succeed!

Monday, January 7th, 2019

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Got Questions? Looking for Help? Want to Network With Other BC Landlords?

Join The BC Landlord Forum And Network With Thousands of Experienced and Successful Landlords Who Can Help You and Your Rental Business Succeed!

BC landlords know that it’s more important then ever before to make sure you find good tenants.  And even when you find good tenants you need to know how to deal with any problems or situations that come up.  And deal with them professionally and effectively to protect your rental business.

BC Landlords Face Challenges

There have been a lot of changes for BC landlords recently.  For example, we now face challenges such as the “vacancy tax” which has put a big strain on many landlords to rent out their properties while seeming not even achieving the goals of the program.  The good news is there are lots of great tenants out there and if you market your property correctly you will attract these tenants. 

What Is a Good Tenant?

These are people who will treat you and your rental property with respect

1. Pay Rent On Time

Small landlords have to pay their mortgages every month and we need to get the rent on time. Good tenants make sure paying the rent when it’s due is a priority!

2. Don’t Damage The Rental Property

We all know how expensive it is to hire contractors these days. And fixing holes in drywall, cleaning carpets or other flooring can lead up to huge extra costs.  Good tenants treat the rental property like their own.

3. Respect Other Tenants

For those of us who own multi-unit rentals we know that “tenant vs. tenant” issues can be stressful and expensive. Good tenants cooperate and get along with other tenants.

4. Follow the Lease Rules

Good tenants follow the lease rules you have set up. For example, they follow rules on things like parking and give proper notice when they decide to move out and keep the rental clean to give you the opportunity to find your next tenants (and cover your mortgage!)

5. Good Tenants Respect You, Their Landlord

We keep hearing about some renters who believe their landlords are making huge profits and getting rich just by being a landlord.  Good tenants respect and appreciate their landlord who is providing them with a nice rental property.

Where Can BC Landlords Go If You Need Some Advice, Some Help Or Just Want To Network?

Join the BC Landlord Forum!

With all the challenges BC landlords are facing our team of experienced and success landlords decided to make sure our popular and influential forum is accessible to BC landlords. 

For only a one-time fee you can now get a ton of great tools and services to help your rental business succeed….including access to the Landlord Expert Forum filled with thousands of BC landlords and even more experienced landlords and property managers across Canada!

BC Landlords Need to Help Other Succeed

By working together we can help each other face challenges and overcome them. If you have a problem, another experienced and successful landlord has faced it before and succeed and can give you advice. If someone has a problem you have faced before you can help them. 

We also face some big issues in 2019!  For example, how are we going to handle tenants who smoke and grow marijuana when it is legal?

 BC Landlords Forum – Landlords Helping Landlords

This is a great place to share tips and advice.  You’ve got a ton of Alberta landlords and also experienced and successful landlords from all across Canada who are united to help each other succeed by renting to good tenants and avoiding the pros.

Welcome To Our Huge BC Landlord Community and Welcome to the BC Landlord Forum!