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Saskatchewan Rent Increase

2021-2022

Wondering how much more rent you can collect this year? Learn everything you need to know about Saskatchewan’s 2022 Rent Increase guidelines.

What’s new for 2022

There is no limit on rent increases in Saskatchewan for 2022. If the landlord provides a tenant with proper written notice, they can increase the rent on a residential rental unit to market price. However, there are restrictions which landlords must abide by in order to raise rents.                                

Landlords who are members of the Saskatchewan Landlord Association (SKLA) or members of the Network of Non-Profit Housing Providers of Saskatchewan Incorporated (NPHPS) are entitled to a different set of regulations than landlords who are not a part of these organizations. 

The Saskatchewan Landlord Association (SKLA)

The Saskatchewan Landlord Association (SKLA) is an organization that provides landlords with resources and professional advice. They offer support in order for landlords and property managers to make informed decisions.

The Network of Non-Profit Housing Providers of Saskatchewan

The Network of Non-Profit Housing Providers of Saskatchewan is a non-profit housing association that provides benefits to landlords of affordable housing. 

They assist landlords in resolving issues and they offer sustainable rates for:

Members of the SKLA and NPHPS

For any landlords who are members of the SKLA and the NPHPS, they are only required to give 6 months of written notice before they can increase the rent on a residential rental unit to market price.

The rent for a residential unit can be increased:

12 months after the last rent increase

12 months after the start date of tenancy

*Members of the SKLA and NPHPS must use Form 5a – Notice of Rent Increase for Approved Landlord Association Members

Assistance for Rent Increase

If the landlord is a member of the Saskatchewan Landlord Association, their tenants are able to apply for the Tenant Assistance Process (TAP) offered by the SKLA if they are facing financial hardship due to a significant increase in rent. 

Non Members

Generally, landlords can increase the rent every 12 months with at least 12 months of proper written notice before they can increase the rent on a residential unit to market price. 

The rent for a residential unit can be increased:

12 months after the last rent increase

18 months after the start date of tenancy

Rent Increase forms include:

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