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Alberta Landlords – Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS)
Alberta landlords – If you have tenant problems the Alberta government is moving landlord and tenant disputes out of the courts to the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS)
Successful Alberta landlords know the key to success is making sure you rent to good tenants. If you don’t you will have to go through a long legal procedure to settle the dispute.
This is why tenant screening including running credit checks on your tenants to verify information is so important.
And the good news is there are lots of tenants out there wanting to rent from you.
Just last month the CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation) released a rental market report stating Edmonton and Calgary have the lowest vacancy rates in Canada at only 1.4%.
According to Yahoo News, this has led to some tenants even complaining how difficult it is to find a nice property to rent.
What Happens If You Rent To A Bad Tenant?
This is where the recent news about landlord and tenant disputes from the Calgary Herald is important for landlords.
Sometimes landlords slip up and we rent to people who aren’t good tenants.
Read more at: http://albertalandlordsassociation.ca/2 ... ice-rtdrs/
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