How Ontario Landlords Watch helps landlords and tenants in Canada

Not all heroes wear capes; some fight to create a better system for good landlords and tenants. Like Kayla Andrade, an awesome mom of 4 kids, real estate investor and property manager who single-handedly founded a landlord advocacy community called Ontario Landlords Watch to help fight for the rights of landlords.

This week, I have Kayla here to tell us more about Ontario Landlords Watch. She’ll also share some tips and tools Landlords can use to get better tenants.
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2 Responses

  1. lonely monk says:

    Landlords in Alberta have much better control over their property than landlords (private property owners) in Ontario. So, it looks that Alberta is a better option for real estate investment and rental income.

  2. TendieShop says:

    Thanks for sharing this valuable information!

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