Finding good tenants dependant on being good landlords

LandlordBC’s Director of Operations, Hunter Boucher, recently spoke with The Province about tenant screening. 

Finding the right tenant starts with being an informed landlord willing to put in the work to set up a proper business relationship, says LandlordBC.

When it comes to a landlord picking the right tenants, there are things that are both legal and responsible to ask; it still requires being conscious of laws governing privacy and discrimination.

“The first thing you’re looking for is whether someone is able to pay rent on time,” says Hunter Boucher, director of operations for LandlordBC. “That is not the first and only thing. You also want to see if that person will respect the people in the neighbourhood and the building, and the unit itself.”

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