We recently replaced the front door lock of our building due to its age and to manage some security issues we’ve been having. Many non-residents seemed to have their own keys to the front door that were copied and given out by residents. Is it within our rights as a landlord to restrict the number of keys we provide to residents?Read More
Our building is currently smoke-free. How can we accommodate tenants who are self-isolating due to COVID-19 so they can use tobacco and/or cannabis safely without affecting others’ rights to a smoke-free environment?Read More
Most community housing providers will at some point, find themselves facing the difficult situation of a tenant having passed away in their unit.
Read on to learn more about how to prepare your organization to handle the death of a tenant safely and compassionately while taking appropriate steps to ensure legal compliance.
My organization is unsure about how we should handle unit turnovers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Spring has officially arrived, and this particular spring comes with a unique set of challenges. Many community housing providers are finding it difficult to maintain services due to reduced staff availability and the need to work under the constraints of social distancing protocols.
Read on to learn about some of the important tasks you may be able to get started on, even with reduced staffing.