October 2019

Found 3 blog entries for October 2019.

What You Need to Know Before Renting Your HomeRenting a Glenrosa home to a tenant is a big responsibility. If it's your first time being a landlord, you may have a lot to learn in order to be successful. You'll need to know how to make the home attractive and comfortable for your tenants. You'll also need to learn how to treat your tenants fairly and lawfully, according to the laws of your province. These tips can help you become a better landlord to your future tenants.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Prepare the Home

Before the home can be occupied by tenants, it must first be made ready. There are many things a landlord can do to prepare their future home for tenants.

Make

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How to Decide If Age-Restricted Communities Are Right for YouThere are laws in Canada that prevent HOAs from placing age restrictions on housing, but the one exception to these regulations is made for senior living. Considering the rising population of retirees, age-restricted communities are popping up at record rates in practically every corner of the country. Before a Joe Rich homebuyer chooses this option, it helps to understand the reality of these communities. Learn more about both the perks and potential disadvantages before getting a down payment together.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Learning the Age Laws

Some communities are obviously designed with seniors in mind. Their marketing

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Agent Warning Signs You Should KnowAll Glenmore home buyers and sellers need to work with a real estate agent. However, many buyers and sellers may not know when to start when looking for the agent who is right for them. Every agent is different, and there are agents who will be a good match for a buyer or seller, and there are agents who will be a bad match—it’s just a matter of determining which is which. Here are some important red flags everyone needs to know about before hiring an agent.

The Agent Works Part-Time

Like any job, in order to truly be an expert, the worker needs to do the job all the time—not just on weekends or when they’re free. Being a real estate agent is a profession that requires a lot of time and effort to learn. If an agent says they only work part-time,

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