Landlording in Canada by Michael Drouillard

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As the cost of real estate rises across Canada, more and more homeowners are looking to become landlords. “Secondary suites” are becoming an increasingly common way for homeowners to subsidize their mortgages and supplement their incomes. This book is unique in that it places emphasis on the rental of secondary suites, and how to avoid a potentially negative landlord-tenant relationship by steering clear of “bad tenants.” Drouillard tells the reader how to determine what constitutes an “acceptable risk,” and provides insight into how to market rental space in order to attract good tenants. Sample rental ads will teach the reader how to make the most of short newspaper classified ads, as well as how to write longer online ads. Practical advice from this experienced realtor and property manager will make the process of finding and securing a tenant feel much less daunting.
 

About Michael Drouillard

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A third-generation landlord, professional property manager and real estate salesperson, Michael Drouillard speaks from experience. He holds a Diploma in Urban Land Economics with a specialty in property management from the University of British Columbia. Michael is a member of the Rental Owners and Managers Society of British Columbia, and is a professional member of the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia. This is his first book.
 
Published September 1, 2011 by Self-Counsel Press. 283 pages
Genres: Business & Economics.

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