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Take the time to explain the consequences of not putting on the heating

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Take the time to explain the consequences of not putting on the heating

One of the fears for an owner is that the plumbing of the building freezes and that, in addition to blocking access to the heating, the pipes eventually end up bursting when thawing. But despite the good care given to your property it may be that the problem comes from one single housing.

Good owner seeks Good tenant

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Good owner seeks Good tenant

The owners have asked us to find a solution to bridge this duality between landlords and tenants.

The owners wanted to highlight their desire to serve their customers well in order to demonstrate the unity of interests of all: a good landlord wants a good tenant, but the reverse is also true.

Being successful with your applications of submission: Instructions (Part 2)

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Being successful with your applications of submission: Instructions (Part 2)

Step 6: Prepare documents for service call.
- Allow 2 to 4 weeks to receive all offers;
- Identify opportunities to visit the future site (with whom and when);
- Provide a contact person to answer questions and who will be able to take appointments.

Being successful with your applications of submission: Instructions

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Being successful with your applications of submission: Instructions

Step 1: Define your needs.
What do you want? What are your expectations? What is the expected end-result?

Submissions can be catalogued into 3 main themes.

Animals and the security deposit: Why not imitate the other provinces?

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Animals and the security deposit: Why not imitate the other provinces?

The Province of Manitoba has just adopted new guidelines for housing. One of them relates to the security deposit and animals.

Manitoba allowed the owner of rental units to require a deposit not exceeding half of the first month’s rent. The security deposit is retained by the owner until the end of the lease. From the 1st of January 2015 onward owners may also require a higher deposit for new tenants who have a pet. This measure aims to encourage more owners to accept animals in their rental property.