The application and screening process for tenants is important for landlords because it allows them to find ideal renters. In this post, we discuss the questions you can and can’t ask applicants looking for housing.
When you’re shopping for a home, your real estate agent expects that you’ll have questions, but are you asking questions they can legally answer? This guest blog from Justin Havre, a Calgary real estate agent, explains what real estate agents can and can’t talk about.
Landlords must return your security deposit in full if they don’t have any damages to repair, regardless of your renting experience with them. This post has a list of things they can and can’t deduct from your deposit, to help you get a fair return.
Property and landlord-tenant laws can be a little tricky sometimes. There are some landlords and property managers who don’t construct their Residential Lease Agreements with complete legality because they either don’t understand the law or they are purposefully being unlawful.…
You may have heard the term “lien” thrown around, particularly in the context of debt collection. But what is a lien? How do you file one, and how do you get rid of one? Take a look at our answers to these common questions.