WHAT IS A CONDOMINIUM?
A Condominium Corporation is a method of property or building ownership, whereas units are owned by individual owners rather than one owner for the entire building. The units in our buildings are managed by a management company acting as the Landlord’s Representative which is KW4Rent.
It is our commitment at KW4Rent to ensure you have a convenient experience, and as a result, our management team will coordinate communication and property management directly with your unit owner and the condominium corporation. We’re here to give you the personal service you deserve.
RULES AND BYLAWS
Buildings that are a Condominium have different rules and regulations than those of a traditional rental property under the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA). The rules and bylaws are created from the Board of Directors which consists of the individual private owners.
For example, in a traditional rental building, the RTA would not be able to have restrictions on the type or colour of window covering a resident might have, but a Condominium Corporation could enact rules that prescribe only white coloured window coverings. Same with respect to pets, a condominium may pass and enact rules that prohibit certain types of pets that one might be allowed to have in the building.
To view the list of rules and bylaws for our buildings, please reach out at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As KW4Rent manages your unit on behalf of the owner, we encourage all tenants to have the utmost respect and care for the suite, and its furnishings. This will prevent you from incurring damage charges while also allowing us to maintain the utmost quality for our beloved tenants and owners.
If you see any issues or need to submit a work order, please do so by using your tenant portal and our KW4Rent maintenance team will be happy to assist and facilitate on behalf of the unit owner.
The tenant is responsible to insure all their personal belongings and contents. It is strongly recommended that a tenant insurance policy is purchased which will not only cover the personal contents but also liability insurance. A tenant may be held responsible for damage caused to the unit and other units in the condominium, so it is crucial to have enough public liability insurance. Parents can usually add their son/daughter’s residence as an “additional property location” to their own home policy at a very reasonable cost.
Per your tenancy agreement, you are required to pay your stated rent amount on the 1st of each month directly to KW4Rent.
KW4Rent will be responsible for issuing you a tax receipt for the rent payments made during the duration of your tenancy agreement.
To terminate your lease, please refer to your tenancy agreement regarding the deadline to issue explicit written notice.
This notice can be emailed to email@example.com
As a tenant, you are not responsible to pay condominium fees. The unit owner (landlord) is responsible.
To complete your sublet request please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. As property managers for the landlord, KW4Rent is responsible for facilitating and approving sublet requests on behalf of the owner.
As the original leaseholder on the tenancy agreement, please note you are still responsible for the unit during the duration of the sub-lease. These includes any breaches of the tenancy agreement, damages, and monthly rent payments.