Real Estate Investment Tip: Raising Rent in Ontario

Real Estate Investors in Ontario know there is a cap on an annual rent increase.  This is governed by the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.

Did you know that not all rental properties are subject to this ?  Our clients are investing in Kitchener Waterloo properties with an important piece of knowledge – Do you know it ? Watch the video at this link to find out!

VIDEO: Real Estate Investment Tip: Raising Rent in Ontario

Do you have questions about being a landlord ? Email Benjamin at Benjamin(AT)BenjaminBach.com with your questions!

Related Links:

Ontario Residential Tenancies Act, 2006

Landlord and Tenant Board

Kitchener Waterloo’s Favourite Real Estate Agent** wants to show you how Real Estate Investing can make you wealthy. Benjamin works with people from all across Ontario and Canada and the world helping them build wealth through smart real estate investments.

Benjamin is a Sales Representative, and runs the Wealth Team at Keller Williams Golden Triangle Realty in Kitchener Waterloo. He’d love to answer any questions about buying, selling and owning a residential, or income & investment property in the greater Waterloo region.
You can reach Benjamin at Benjamin(AT)BenjaminBach.com or call him at 519 570 4447

**Gold Award, Kitchener Waterloo Record Readers Select Awards 2007

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2 responses to “Real Estate Investment Tip: Raising Rent in Ontario

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  2. I don’t know if there are big difference in policy regarding rent business in Ontario and Oklahoma, my properties are in Oklahoma City

    Scott@Financially Free Landlord

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