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Category: Rental Housing

Rental Vacancy in New York Rocketing

New York Rental Vacancies Climbing Faster Summer rental vacancy rates typically climb, yet in this scorching hot summer of 2020, vacancies in New York City are rising at a rate that is concerning to small and mid-sized landlords. In New York and Manhattan the rising vacancy rate, rent default rate, and tenant employment situation may…

Does a Landscaping Company Add Real Value?

Should You Hire a Landscaping Company? It's the peak of summer and a good to consider the value of landscaping and gardening for your rental properties. If you're sitting at your cottage right now, you're experiencing the value that tenants want too. Some landlords say it's too much work, creates low ROI, and is not…

Toronto Rent Prices Dropping

Rent Prices Dropping in Toronto Few rental listings sites or MLS's were reporting decreasing rents through the early part of the Corona Virus shutdown. But that has changed as we hit the month of May. Forecasts for rents were for a 20% drop across Canada. Although that predictions looks to be on the high side, rent…

Best Apartment Listing Sites

Best Apartment Rental Listing Sites As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, landlords across the world are poised to see an  increase in vacancies for the remainder of 2020. Unfortunately, it is hard to imagine landlords in any individual country being spared this fate to some extent. Additionally, many Airbnb owners will also be adding to the…

Toronto Rental Market

Toronto Condo and Apartment Rental Market Toronto's rental housing stock is in limited supply, and immigration, an improving economy, and slowed construction industry in 2020 means prices will rebound. The rental market in Toronto is seeing lower prices during the pandemic, but few believe it won't hop back up to 2019 price levels. Too much…

Tips for Paying Rent During the Corona Virus Shutdown

Paying Your Rent During the Pandemic Millions of renters across the US, Germany, Australia, UK, and Canada are concerned about their ability to keep paying rent amidst unemployment or reduced earnings. It's a frightening situation for tenants and not your fault. Although some tenants might not consider landlord's own plight during the recession, it's important…

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