A condominium is where a specified part of a piece of real estate is individually owned while use of and access to common facilities such as hallways, heating system, elevators, exterior areas is executed under legal rights associated with the individual ownership and controlled by the association of owners that jointly represent ownership of the whole piece.
Looking after a Condo suite is a full time job. From the moment you receive the keys to the day you sell the Condo, a good management company can make the difference between a profitable investment and a poor one.
Property Managers in Toronto will step in and perform, on the owner behalf, all the day-to-day tasks with regards to the condominium. These tasks include rent collection and bill payments. During the normal operation of a tenanted unit rent checks might return NSF, tenants might want to pay cash or use another banks to pay the rent dues. A local point of contact is needed. Bills need to be paid and constant contact must be kept with the billing agencies like the city, the condominium building management and the utility companies.
The local property manager is your tenant’s point of contact for questions, requests and assistance. The professional property manager will be able to inspect the tenanted suites, supervise the tenants and buildings and keep an eye on the owner’s interests.
When you get possession a tenant needs to be found. In Toronto, tenant screening needs to be done very carefully to avoid renting the property to an incompetent tenant.
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