We Have to Rebut this Vancouver Sun Article. No More “Cherry-Picking”

https://vancouversun.com/business/local-business/developers-oppose-proposed-rent-controls-as-city-of-vancouver-considers-motion-to-protect-tenants   This statement: “(In Manitoba) vacancy control hasn’t had any discernible effect on new rental supply”, found in the ...

You Must Say No To Vacancy Control – A Letter to Mayor & Council

The following is a letter written by LandlordBC CEO David Hutniak, and sent to City of Vancouver Mayor and Council on November 9, 2018. Dear Mayor and Council, LandlordBC is the province-wide voice of the rental housing industry in British Columbia, committed to the...

New Rent Increase – What You Need to Know

This information was released to LandlordBC members on Wednesday, September 26th, 2018. We are offering this important information to non-members today in recognition of our commitment to support all residential rental housing landlords and property managers in BC. Govern...

LandlordBC’s Response to the Rental Housing Task Force Recommendations

On Monday September 24, 2018 BC’s Rental Housing Task Force announced that it was pre-empting its report to the Premier and Housing Minister to provide recommendations to the Government, for its consideration, specific to the maximum annual allowable increase formula unde...

You Broke an Election Promise, Mr. Prime Minister

Landlords and tenants deserve equity in the taxation of rental housing compared to other investments, and other necessities. We desperately need new purpose-built rental housing if we have any hope of meeting the secure housing needs of current and future residents of Bri...