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Manitoba Landlord Rent Increase 2019

Friday, October 12th, 2018

Manitoba landlord rent increase 2019

Manitoba Landlords Can Raise The Rent 2.2% in 2019

Are you going to raise the rent in 2019 for your existing tenants?

The 2019 rent increase guideline is only 2.2%. Remember you must give your tenants at least 3 months written notice and rents can only be increased once a year.

New Rules For Notices for Manitoba Landlords

Sunday, May 11th, 2014

Manitoba landlords new rules

Manitoba landlords should we knowledgeable about the new rules from the Residential Tenancies Branch regarding the length of time for notices to tenants.

For more details see the Winnipeg landlords website.

Landlords will have to follow new rules for notices including the following:

1. If he Landlord Decides They Want To Move Into the Rental

2. If The Landlord Wants to Renovate the Rental Property and Believes the Tenant

    Can’t Stay While the Work Is Being Completed

3. If The Landlord plans to Demolish the Rental Property

4. When The Landlord Will Convert the Unit From a Residential Rental Property to Something Different.

Make sure you contact the Residential Tenancies Branch for more information regarding the change in notice rules.