RENTING

RENT - LEASE - CONTRACT

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Rental Listings

1 TO 3 BEDROOMS
from $ 2000/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washrooms, Parking, Kitchen, Stainless Steel Appliances, AC, Backyard, and Much more

1 TO 3 BEDROOMS
FROM $ 1500/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washrooms, Parking, Kitchen, Stainless Steel Appliances, AC, Backyard, and Much more

Bedrooms: 2 / Baths: 2 / Parking: 2

for rent

prime location

1 TO 3 BEDROOMS
from $1800/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washroom, Parking, Kitchen, Appliances, AC, Backsplash, Backyard, and Much more

for LEASE

GORGEOUS STUDIO

1 TO 3 BEDROOMS
from $ 1400/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washroom, Parking, Kitchen, Appliances, AC, Backsplash, Backyard, and Much more

123 Fifth Avenue, NY 10160
for LEASE

Luxury family home

3 TO 4 BEDROOMS
from $ 3000/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washroom, Parking, Kitchen, Appliances, AC, Backsplash, Backyard, and Much more

for LEASE

starter townhouse

1 TO 3 BEDROOMS
from $ 2000/month

DESCRIPTION: Great Room, Washroom, Parking, Kitchen, Appliances, AC, Backsplash, Backyard, and Much more

Bedrooms: 3 / Baths: 2 / Parking: 2

THE RENTAL FINDER

THINGS TO KNOW

There are several important things to consider before deciding on what type of place to rent, the size, location and neighborhood. This should be taken just as seriously as buying a property. The key difference is renting requires less financial commitment but the use is all the same. The tenant is expected to maintain the property just like they own it. A rental should meet the basic needs of the tenants, just as a landlord or seller hope to get maximum financial outcome from renting their property. A Tenant should also enjoy the full privacy and benefit of being a tenant.

basic requirements

To rent a place in Canada requires a few things. These requirements are standard and guided by the Provincial regulatory body, the Landlord and Tenant Board. A Landlord wants to ensure they get paid, and why before finalizing a rental application agreement, they often review the credit history of prospective tenants and their past rental records to help them make an informed decision on the tenant’s credit worthiness. Landlords also inquire about the tenants maintenance culture and ability to pay on time from their previous landlords. Landlords, and their representatives should never discriminate based on gender, race, or age. The information below are path of the screening process.

credit

A credit check can help give them information about the tenant’s previous history when it comes to paying back debts.

employment

Full-time employment is preferred to part-time or seasonal employment. This helps the landlord to believe his rent will be paid.

pay stubs

A pay stub is a record of salary from the employer. This document is proof of income. Some get paid through direct bank payment.

reference

Professional and personal references are often required. They are expected to attest to the character of the prospective tenant.

contract

A signed rental agreement is a contract between the property owner and a tenant. A lease is the same but for a fixed term, but can be extended in most cases.

interview

This is a conversation between all parties to build trust, obligations, and to confirm expectations on the rental.

it's a good thing to rent a property but these are

the IMPORTANT THINGS TO THINK ABOUT

with the objective of getting a stress free
cost effective outcome