Section: Word of the editor
We received an unsigned offer to lease. As we are the only organization or association to check for a 100% the evaluations feedback received, the APQ saved the day for a landlord! Still, during our process of protecting the member, we contacted the tenant so that he allowed us and signed the rental offer.
The tenant answered us that it was “normal that the verification was not signed, I did it on purpose, so that my credit rating was not checked. My girlfriend’s is, so I can complete the survey and sign in her place.”
In many regions of Quebec we have a stable vacancy rate but nevertheless a considerably higher one than in recent years.
This situation implies that many dwellings are still for rent at this time.
At a recent meeting with the fire protection service of the City of Montreal we learned that the City of Montreal decided to make a significant change in the intervention strategy in order to focus their inspection efforts upon residential rental properties.
With the change of guard at the Government we have the opportunity to assert our claims again with the hope of a new vision and new results.
With the snow melting the song of birds reaches us, but also the sound of hammers.
Indeed, the season of renovations begins. Whether it be planned or not, it is important to take a break to ensure ourselves that everything runs smoothly.