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Become An Ontario EXPERT LANDLORD And Succeed And Make Profits!

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

During These Challenging Times You Need To Become An ONTARIO EXPERT LANDLORD To Run A Profitable, Successful Rental Business. Take Control Of Your Financial Future!

Being a small landlord in Ontario is not a hands-off investment. Especially these days. There are so many tenants who abuse the system you need to be careful at all times.

Let’s look at some of the most common challenges we face:

1. It’s becoming common for tenants to decide they don’t have to pay rent

2. It takes months to get a Hearing date at the Landlord & Tenant Board

3. Some tenants are becoming aggressive and threatening

4. The government is offering no support or help for small landlords

5. Eviction dates for people who haven’t paid rent in 2019 or 2020 might be delayed until 2021

Is The System Fair? No, But You Can Still Succeed!

The laws in Ontario are very “bad tenant friendly.” By this, we mean bad tenants who know how to manipulate the system and stay for months and months rent free.

We keep reading about non-OLA members saying:

“It’s not fair, they aren’t paying, the system needs fixing, I’m out $20,000, they haven’t paid for months, they trashed the property, oh I’m so sad!” 

We teach landlords the system isn’t fair (and hasn’t been for over a decade) and the rules can create a horrible nightmare for honest, hard-working small landlords and our families.

Complaining, Protests, Letters To The MPPs,  Credit Reporting,  Ombudsman, Chasing After Debts You Won’t Collect…Will Not Help You Succeed!

The government is 100% aware of the nightmares small landlords face. So protests, emails, calls to the Ombudsman, etc. won’t help us.

Yes The Provincial Government Is 100% Aware Of What’s Going On

But they don’t care!

They don’t want a wave of evictions to happen and bad headlines in the media…so instead small family landlords are expected to “eat the costs” for their political ambitions. That means you are stuck paying the bills for others.

You Can Still Run A Profitable And Successful Rental Business in Ontario

Become an expert and learn the rules and learn how to use the rules to help you succeed.

Learn How To Win and Profit!

If you want to succeed it’s up to you to learn how to successfully maneuver in a challenging environment. Those who understand the system can use it for success, as many OLA members are wealthy due to their rental properties.

The landlords who are protesting & complaining are not OLA members. They didn’t screen carefully & didn’t know what to do when their tenants didn’t pay rent. Most won’t see a dime of money owed to them!

With the way things work in Ontario, many landlords who fail to treat running their rental business super seriously will fail. But those who take the time to become experts can succeed.

Don’t Fret, Don’t Give Up…Become An Expert Landlord And Run A Profitable Rental Business!

The rental industry is complicated and you need to become a sophisticated investor/landlord. You need to become an Expert Landlord who knows the rules better than any bad tenant does.

By learning the ropes and learning the rules you can run a very successful and profitable rental business and AVOID problems later on.

There Are New Rules To the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA)

Landlords need to be aware there are many changes to the RTA thanks to Bill 184.

Landlords also need to be aware that any mistake we make in our filings with the Landlord and Tenant Board must be “perfect” or they will be rejected! We must also prepare extremely carefully for our LTB hearings.

Become A Landlord Expert Or Lose At The Landlord And Tenant Board!

With hearing dates taking over a year you need to make you sure you WIN at your hearing. If you don’t it will take forever to get another hearing date…so make sure you win!

Tenants Get Free Legal Help At the LTB Hearing

LTB Hearings are confrontational: landlords vs. their tenants. Many small landlords are shocked at how the system wants you to lose and you to pay (so the government doesn’t have to pay for housing…you do).

But it’s not really you versus your tenant, it’s you versus a very experienced lawyer or paralegal who know the laws inside out. And they get rewarded for winning over landlords.

Do not underestimate the dirty tricks they will use to win for their tenant client and do whatever it takes to win for their tenant.

All Tenants No Matter Their Income Get Free Legal Help At the LTB

Small Landlords Need To Take Matters Into Our Own Hands

This is especially important as Bill 184 is now law and it will take months and months to get a Hearing (so when you get your hearing date you need to win or you could face another six or eight months of non-payment of rent!)

Learn The New Rules With Bill 184 And What You Need To Learn To Get An Eviction At the LTB

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St. Catharines Landlords Fined $12,500 for Illegal Basement Apartments

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

August 1st, 2012

 

Landlords Make Sure You Have Approvals and Smoke Alarms!

What Happened?

Two St. Catharines landlords have been fined for creating affordable rental property housing without proper approvals.  Also, they were charged for not having working smoke alarms.

Who are the Landlords?

They are Carmelina Limoncelli and Vince Limoncelli.  Each plead guilty in the Ontario Court of Justice on July 13 to charges related to rental properties located at 34 St. George St. and 56 George St.

What Were the Fines?

Landlord Carmelina Limoncelli was fined a grand total of $5,500.  One count for failing to maintain smoke alarms in her rental cost her $1,500.  A second count for the creation of two rental units in the basement of her house cost her another $4000.

Landlord Vince Limoncelli was fined $7,000 in total.  First for three counts of failing to maintain smoke alarms which costs him $3000.  Second, he has to pay $4000 for the creation of a basement rental unit at 56 St. George St.

What Does the Chief Fire Prevention Officer Say?

“The construction of apartments in homes without proper permits and inspections can result in substandard apartments that do not meet the minimum life safety standards,” St. Catharines chief fire prevention officer Chris Leonard said in a media release.

Why Not Give These Landlords a Chance to Get Up to Code?

No answer.  Those hefty fines must look good for the government looking for more sources of revenue.

Did they Investigate Whether or Not the Tenants Took Down the Smoke Alarms?

No answer.  Instead, Leonard stated:  “Many times these apartments are found with improper exits and fire separations, as well as hazardous electrical installations.”

I See Thousands of “Illegal” Apartment Advertised in Toronto, What about Those?

Like they say in Real Estate, “location, location, location.”   It’s the same for landlords.  Some municipalities turn a blind eye while others seek to punish residential property investors.  No matter if you are in Barrie, Toronto, Ottawa or any other town or city, make sure you know the rules and laws for your area.