A membership with LandlordBC offers you exclusive access to their resources and support, helping you successfully own and manage rental housing in BC!

A membership with LandlordBC offers you exclusive access to their resources and support, helping you successfully own and manage rental housing in BC!

Become a more knowledgeable rental housing provider in one day

Calling all landlords, property managers, + resident caretakers – Virtual Education Day comes to BC!

When it comes to real estate, there is a lot to know – this rings especially true if you’re a rental housing provider. Luckily, LandlordBC is here to help!

Through education, resources and support, the organization can make owning and managing your rental properties easier.

Key to that is an upcoming virtual education day designed specifically for rental housing providers in British Columbia.

“Having sustainable, long-term tenancies is rooted in knowledge and how we use it. As a landlord, it’s important that you understand your obligations – it can make things easier for yourself, but it’s also beneficial to your tenant,” explains Hunter Boucher, Director of Operations at LandlordBC.

“Having confidence in your knowledge of the industry and rental legislations makes for easier and straightforward communication with your tenants. This in turn allows things to run as smoothly as possible. These workshops are meant to help you become a better landlord, not just for yourself but for your tenants as well.”

Join LandlordBC on Virtual Education Day:

On April 8, join LandlordBC for four great sessions, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – simply register online ahead of time to secure your spot! Attendance to the event is free. A day filled with education; you can look forward to the following seminars:

  • Session 1 – Landlord 102: Join Hunter for an in depth-look at setting up and maintaining sustainable tenancies, where real world scenarios will help you understand how you can incorporate this into your rentals.

  • Session 2 – Compliance and Enforcement Unit: Scott McGregor, Director of the Compliance and Enforcement Unit for the Residential Tenancy Branch, will provide an overview of the new unit, created in May 2019.

  • Session 3 – Legal Panel: This don’t-miss segment features a panel of legal experts discussing a variety of topics, including documentation, what landlords need to consider before ending a tenancy, and dispute resolution.

  • Session 4 – Minister David Eby, QC, Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Housing: The final session welcomes Minister David Eby, who will share his goals as Minister Responsible for Housing and provide an update on the Rental Housing Task Force recommendations that continue to be advanced by his Ministry. Eby will also give updates on recent regulatory changes that have taken place since he assumed his role.

Register now for this FREE Virtual Education Day! To learn more, visit online or head to their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to stay up to date on all the latest happenings.

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