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THE ALBERTA LANDLORD KNOWLEDGE VAULT
Alberta Landlord Knowledge Vault – Get Help From Experienced and Successful Alberta Landlords and Property Managers in A CD That Can Be Downloaded Right To Your Home Computer With Hours Of Helpful Information!
We asked some of the most experienced landlords and property managers to put together a vault of answers to help other landlords succeed.
And they came through big time – and we put their knowledge together in a professionally recorded audio CD that helps you through all the steps to running a successful and profitable rental business, in good economic times or bad.
Here are some of the issues answered in the Alberta Landlord Knowledge Vault to help you succeed as a landlord in Alberta.
What you get is a “start” to “finish” guide to becoming a successful Alberta landlord and how to deal with situations fast and effectively before they become like cancer and grow. No marketing hype, only real work “in the trenches” advice to help small landlords succeed.
Questions and discussion includes the following:
What really are the best ways to prepare my rental to attract the best renters out there looking for a place?
How can I convince the best tenants to rent from me over other landlords? How do successful landlords do this?
Do I need to get any type of special insurance for my rental to protect myself and my financial future?
What are good potential renters really looking for these days and how can I make my rental property special?
Is it a good idea to pay for a property manager or manage things myself?
I hear stories about some bad property managers out there! How do you choose the best property manager?
Is it a good idea to hire a real estate agent to rent out my property?
How do you set the best rental prices for your rental to advertise at attract premium tenants?
How do you do expert market research on your local rental market?
How do you ultimately decide how much the rent will be?
How do you pre-screen tenants to not waste time with bringing people you won’t don’t want to see the apartment?
How do experienced landlords really successfully screen tenants who want to rent from you?
How do you set times to show your rental property?
Tenants keep cancelling appointments on me and it’s driving me nuts. How do you fix this?
Do you screen everyone who is going to move in or is that not the way to do it?
Why is asking what renters are currently paying for rent important for me?
How do you avoid applicants who are just playing games and not serious?
How can I make sure the applicants say who they say they are and not playing games?
My applicants want me to explain to them! Do you tell your potential renters how you are screening them?
What’s the best way to verify if they are working or not? I want to avoid renting to scammers!
How do you go into really “in-depth” checking of their employment information and avoiding lying tenants?
How do you screen self-employed applicants to make sure they are financially sound?
How do experienced landlords screen applicants moving to Alberta from other provinces?
How important are personal references for Alberta landlords? How do you know if a reference is fishy or valid?
What do you do if the applicants refuses to give their current landlords information?
What do you do if an applicants refuses to provide their SIN number?
How do you run a credit check on a potential renter to find out the most important information?
How do you read a credit check to determine if you should rent to them or not?
What do you do if their credit history shows late payments?
What do you do if the credit check shows a lot of debt?
What do you do if there is a collection on the renter’s credit report?
What types of credit scores do experienced Alberta landlords demand?
How do you really choose the best tenants to put into your rental?
If you have two really good applicants, what is the real criteria to choose one over the other?
What do you do if the applicants have no credit history but seem like good people?
How do you avoid renting from professional tenants who will cause me to lose thousands of dollars?
How the heck do you notify the person you want to rent to?
Are there any tips or strategies when telling your applicant you will rent to them?
How do you make sure the renters are clear on the rules from day 1 to avoid future problems?
What types of leases do you use?
What’s a period tenancy?
What’s a fixed term lease?
What’s better, a periodic tenancy or a fixed term lease…and why?
What information should I include in my lease to protect myself. I’m looking for the most protection!
Does the lease have to be in writing?
Can I require proof of insurance as a condition of the lease?
Is it okay to say no pets are allowed in the lease?
Can Alberta landlords change a pet fee or not?
What happens at the end of fixed term lease?
Can I charge a security deposit? How does that work in Alberta?
Can I charge a non-refundable pet fee and also charge a security deposit?
Can I deduct money from the security deposit for carpet cleaning, painting, and other damages?
If two tenants are renting my place and one moves out do I have to return half the security deposit?
Do you do an inspection when renters move out?
What happens if the tenant doesn’t show up for the move out inspection?
What do you do if your tenants don’t pay rent?
Can I best do an eviction if the renters don’t pay rent? I need to get this done fast!
What do you do if the tenant breaks a rule in the lease?
What types of notices are available if your renters are breaking the rules of your lease?
What are the reasons I can use to evict a renter?
If the renters are damaging my rental what can I do?
If tenants are threatening me or other tenants in the building what can I do?
My renters are playing their music super loud so what can I do?
My renters are dealing drugs what can I do? This is a very troubling situation!
The Tenants are leaving garbage all over the place so what do expert landlords do when this happens?
If the tenants refuse to leave at the end of the lease what do you do?
Can my tenants have lots of guests over at all times?
My renters want my contact information. Should I give it to them?
I don’t want to give my personal information for safety reasons but do I have to provide it to tenants?
One group of tenants is complaining other tenants are noisy so what should I do? It becoming a nightmare!
I’m selling my property so do I have to tell my renters?
The new buyer of my rental wants to keep the tenants so how do I handle this?
I live with my tenant and she is nuts and argues with me about everything so what can I do?
How do you fix problems with tenants who live in your house with you?
Can I go to the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service for problems with renters living in my house?
How to you handle renters who want to sublet?
Can I refuse a tenant who wants to sublet my rental property?
How do you reply to a renter who wants to sublet?
My tenant says he wants to assign his apartment so what can I do?
What are legal grounds to refuse a sublet or assignment as I don’t feel comfortable with it?
My tenants did some repairs and now are charging me! Do I have to pay?
The new people I rented to brought in bedbugs so what can I do?
How do you give notice if you are going into the rental to do repairs?
How do you give notice to your tenants to enter the rental property?
Can a contractor enter the rental property without the landlord being present?
My tenant said she doesn’t have to pay rent while I’m doing repairs. Is this true?
How do landlords deal with tenants who are smoking or growing marijuana?
My tenants are fighting over their shared laundry do I have to get involved?
My renters go laid off and want to break the lease so what should I do?
How do you deal with tenant vs. tenant issues?
Do I have to give my tenants who are moving a recommendation?
My renters got laid off and want to break the lease so what can I do?
My tenants want to change the lease agreement and say I have to, is this true?
The current rent check is NSF what should I do and they didn’t move out! What can I do?
My tenants are rude and aggressive to me. I’m scared and wonder how I should deal with them?
I think I have “Tenants From Hell” and need help! Renter trashing the unit, cops won’t help, drunk. What should I do?
Alberta Landlord Knowledge Vault – Get Help From Experienced and Successful Alberta Landlords and Property Managers
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EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS AND THE EXPERTS ARE HERE TO HELP
THE LANDLORD GUIDE
A downloadable e-book step-by-step guide for landlords in Alberta.
- How to prepare your property
- Setting the Rent
- Property Management
- How to Advertise
- How to find Great Tenants
- How to Keep your Tenants Happy
- What to do if You have a Problem
- Working with Contractors
- File Keeping
EDUCATION CENTER: LANDLORD MANUALS
LANDLORD MANUAL FOR TENANT SCREENING
Tenant screening is vitally important for landlords. This manual will show you the ropes, and provide you with the tips and tricks veteran landlords use to only rent to good tenants.
LANDLORD MANUAL TO ATTRACT GREAT TENANTS
How can you attract great tenants to your rental property? When you attract great tenants you can choose from the best (and avoid the pro tenants out there). This manual shows you how, along with some veteran tips and tricks.
LANDLORD MANUAL TO CREATE A GREAT LEASE
A lease is the legal document you need to protect yourself. All leases are not created equal. Learn how to craft the right lease, with the right clauses, to protect yourself if you have to go to the Landlord Tenant Board or even Small Claims Court.
LANDLORD MANUAL: HOW TO ADVERTISE
The key to finding good tenants is to help them find you and your rental property. Technology is changing fast. Learn how to advertise your property and deal with the current tenant trends.