Do you own a rental property in Manitoba? Familiarize yourself with the province’s new 2022 Rent Increase guidelines. Below, you’ll find all the key points and changes. What’s New for 2022 The Residential Tenancies Branch implemented a two-year rent freeze on all residential units, preventing landlords from increasing rent in 2022 and 2023 to offset the costs of inflation. Rent for residential units remains at 2021 levels.
Find out the right and proper ways to adjust your tenant’s rent this year. Below, SingleKey’s experts summarize everything you need to know about Alberta’s 2022 Rent Increase guidelines.
Not sure where to begin to discuss rent increase with your tenant this year? Keep scrolling for all the information you need on British Columbia’s new 2022 Rent Increase guidelines.
For the month of December 2021, the average cost to rent Canadian properties was $1,804 per month and a monthly decrease of 0.41%. Median rents were $ 1,700 per month in December, with no significant monthly increase or decrease.
You may have noticed that when you run your tenant report on SingleKey, the score turns out a bit different than what you’ve previously received. Don’t worry - this is totally normal, and we’re going to break it down for you.
On a recent podcast episode of Sync or Swim, Nicolina Savelli of Rentsync spoke to SingleKey’s Founder and CEO, Viler Lika, about how the brand started, where it’s going, and what the current rental market looks like.
Are you expecting your tenants to stick around a little longer? Wondering what the rules are for rent increases? We've pulled together the information you need to discuss rental increases in Ontario with your tenant!
SingleKey is partnering with Inn From The Cold this holiday to give housing to those who need it. Read on to learn more about the important work they do.
Thank your tenants and community for their support throughout 2021! SingleKey is offering some contact-free ways to safely spread cheer this year.