Before you rent, ask why you should buy and other tenancy advice for those relocating to Toronto.
Take The Keys & Go
Come and go as you please. You don’t need to answer to anyone.
No One Can Sell The Property You’re In
If you’re renting and the landlord wants to sell it, you’ll have to deal with disruptive showings. The buyer might be planning on moving in. If your one year lease has matured, you'll be packing your belongings to re-start your search.
Moving In Expensive
It's so time consuming! Time is money.
When You Rent, Your Hard Earned Money Isn’t Working For You
In short. It should.
Your address determines your child’s school zone. Finding a new place to live might be the least of your worries if you have kids and want them in preferred schools.
Set up your furniture and leave everything the way you want it. Come back and find everything the way you left it. Take comfort in that.
Monetize It While You’re Away
Toronto has a demand for furnished rentals. There are professionals relocating for filming, sports seasons and executives for long projects.
If you're looking for a furnished rental and/or short term rental yourself, you'll find they are rare. Due to their infrequency, you end up paying a premium. But if you own, you could end up renting to someone else for a premium while you're away.
Landlords require a lot of personal paperwork and information from potential tenants. Profiles include employment history, credit reports and other sensitive information. If you buy you can alleviate sending a profile if you decide to buy.
FATA REAL ESTATE GROUP
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