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25 July 2014
We received an unsigned offer to lease. As we are the only organization or association to check for a 100% the evaluations feedback received, the APQ saved the day for a landlord! Still, during our process of protecting the member, we contacted the tenant so that he allowed us and signed the rental offer. The tenant answered us that it was “normal that the verification was not signed, I did it on purpose, so that my credit rating was not checked. My girlfriend’s is, so I can complete the survey and sign in her place.”
22 July 2014
The number of home sales processed through the MLS® Systems of Canadian real estate Boards and Associations rose 0.8 per cent on a month-over-month basis in June 2014, marking the fifth consecutive monthly increase and the highest level for sales since March 2010.
18 July 2014
Generally, Quebec cities configure a property assessment roll for all properties on their territory for taxation purposes and this, every three years.
16 July 2014
The Bank of Canada today announced that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The Bank Rate is correspondingly 1 1/4 per cent and the deposit rate is 3/4 per cent.
15 July 2014

The Association of Quebec Landlords (APQ) condemns the decision taken by the City of Montreal concerning “the immediate stop and until further notice, to the taking of new requests for financial assistance in its subsidy programs for the acquisition and renovation of properties.”

“Property owners must keep their housing and buildings in good condition. But how can they assume all these costs when the Government blocks rent increases and the adjustment of the rent to the market price at the departure of the tenant, when Bill 122 imposes additional inspections and renovations, and when the City of Montreal imposes a housing code?” says Martin Messier, the President of the APQ.

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27 June 2014

Montreal, Friday, June 27, 2014 --- The moving period is a very stressful time for property owners. As we approach the 1st of July many property owners are worried and there is one question on their lips: In what state will I find my dwelling?

Some tenants are very good tenants and will even fill the holes in the walls but many tenants do not mind leaving the housing in a mess or untidy. “The owner will have to take care of it anyway.”

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26 June 2014
The Quebec Landlords Association (APQ) launches a contest for the moving period. Owners, participate in large numbers in the contest: “Photo Contest about moving in Quebec: How is your housing after the departure of the tenant?” Win an Ipad (approximate value of $500.00). To participate, post a photo on the contest page at http://www.apq.org/concours-photo.aspx Very easy! The one that gets the most votes wins! You can show your photos from June 26 at noon till July 6 at 23h59. People may vote from June 26 at noon till July 6 at 23h59. Contest rules can be found on the website of the APQ at http://www.apq.org/reglement-concours-photo.aspx Good luck!
25 June 2014

Montreal, June 25, 2014 --- The Association of Quebec Landlords (APQ), in partnership with the Coalition of Owners of Rental Housing (RPHL), calls into question the answer that all governments use for not offering to rental housing owners a new law that would rebalance the rights of owners facing tenants.

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20 June 2014
If I give a discount to my tenant, but if the price shown in the lease is higher, what is the amount that will be considered by the Régie du logement?