Landlord associations offer valuable educational opportunities for landlords throughout Canada.
Here are a few of the upcoming selections:
British Columbia Apartment Owners and Managers Association
Best Practices for Landlords Seminars 101–Tenant Screening & During the Tenancy
This seminar is designed from the experience of countless landlords and managers. Learn how the pros screen tenants, and how to have a successful tenancy. Call (604) 733-9440 or visit the BCAOMA website.
Calgary Residential Rental Association
Residential Tenancies in Alberta
This course focuses on best practices in landlord and tenant relationships, reduces the potential for conflict in tenancies, and provides effective solutions for dealing with problems when they arise. Call 403.265.6055 or visit the CRRA website.
Canadian Federation of Apartment Associations
Canadian Rental Housing Conference
Toronto, July 16-17. Topics include tenant retention tips, improving profitability, attracting good tenants, building retrofits, bedbug control and more. (613) 235-0101 or visit the CFAA website.
Edmonton Apartment Association
Fundamentals of the Residential Tenancies Act
May 5, 2011
8:00 am to 12 Noon
Call the EAA office to register at 790-413-9773 or visit the EAA website.
Comprehensive one-day seminar covers professional skills every landlord needs. April 19. Call (780) 413-9773 or visit the EAA website.
Québec Landlords Association
Signing a Lease and Its Implications
The training session allows participants to learn how to fill out lease clauses properly. Lease writing, the compulsory lease, the building’s regulation, solidarity among co-owners, surety contract, lowest rent paid are also topics of the training. All aspects of signing a lease are covered. For more information: 514-382-9670, poste 218; or visit the apq.org website. (Available in French only)
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Disclaimer: The information provided in this post in not intended to be construed as legal advice, nor should it be considered a substitute for obtaining individual legal counsel or consulting your local, state, federal or provincial tenancy laws.