For Rent Edmonton. This article discusses what is expected and what happens when paying rent at any Edmonton rental where you live.
Once you have signed the rental agreement for your place for rent Edmonton you are committed to this agreement. Of course one of the more important aspects to rental properties is actually paying the rent! There is a set out date each month that has been discussed and is this is expected to be meet.
We ask upon signing the agreement that you have a VOID cheque ready. This way it will be easy to set you up in our system and get you on the way to living in the place for rent Edmonton.
At 911 Rent we do automatic withdrawals on the first day of each month. We understand that from time to time there may be difficulties but it is important to us to keep a schedule and not provide too many advantages.
There are many instances that may allow help for rent. In Alberta if you are not able to pay rent you may be able to get help from a local rent bank.
There are a number of actions steps that a landlord may take if you are not able to pay your rent and this has been a consistent problem over time. A landlord must issue a notice of non-payment or notice to move-out. It will include: the amount of rent the tenant owes, the date the tenant must move-out and a statement that the tenant can disagree with the landlord’s notice.
If a tenant does not move then the landlord can request help from the province.
It is important to be able to pay rent each month. This way you and your landlord do not have any problems and are able to communicate.
At 911 Rent we offer houses for rent in Edmonton, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Stony Plain and the surrounding areas. They are varying prices ensuring you will find the perfect rental!
Whatever situation you may be in we have the rental solution for you!
So call NOW at 780-554-7368 to make an appointment to look at one of our many houses for rent in Edmonton.