For Renters & Landlords

Finding the right tenant can be tricky

But Not Impossible.

Whether you’re seeking a rental or looking to lease your property, I can help you find the perfect place or attract the right tenants with my expert guidance & experience. Your ideal home or tenant is just a click away – start your hassle-free rental journey today!”

Here’s what they had to say…

“Jacqueline was a pleasure to deal with from start to finish! She made herself very reliable when me and my husband were looking to lease our house. Being first time landlords, she made sure to explain the process to us thoroughly. To add, she had gotten our house leased in a very short period of time! We will definitely choose to work with Jacqueline again!”

– Kajal B. (Landlord)

how it works



It is important when renting your home to get an accurate, current evaluation of what the home would lease for. Listing too high can leave your property sitting vacant costing you thousands every month, while listing to low can cause an influx of unqualified applicants. 

Prepare the Property

Leasing your home is very similar to selling it. I will help guide you through the best practices on how to get your home show ready, notify existing tenants, and, arrange photography for the MLS system.

Find the Perfect Tenant

Not all tenants are created equal. I will assist by showing the property to potential tenants and help sift through applications, gathering neccessary documents, verifying employment, combing through credit reports and confirming referrals. While your agent is able to help you narrow down qualified tenants, it is ultimately your decision and is still extremely important to do your own due diligence.


Since leasing your home is very similar to selling, there may also be negotiations involved. We can help ensure all terms and conditions are laid out clearly in the contract to ensure there are as few future issues as possible. 

Finalizing the Lease

Once all parties have successfully agreed and signed the offer to lease, my job is not done! I will assist you and the new tenant in completing the official Ontario Residential Tenancy Agreement and assist with connecting your for future communication.

5 Ways To Negotiate Better When Renting in Happyville, USA

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So I bet your wondering…

What makes working with me different?

Set Up a No Obligation

Remember step #1 listed above? It’s the CONSULTATION! 

Use this form to contact me today and arrange your free, no-obligation consultation, complete with rental evaluation.  I will use the information provided to connect with you within 24 hours and arrange a suitable date and time to meet.

Have Questions About Renting?

Check out our FAQs for renting real estate in Happyville, USA.

It’s important to remember that while your Realtor® is there to ASSIST you with selecting the right tenant, ultimately it is up to you to do your own due diligence and select only who YOU feel is a reliable tenant. You should be given an opportunity to review all supporting documents and verify all references, etc. 

Just like a sale, Realtors® are paid by the Landlord using monies paid for the deposit. Typically the fee is a total of 1 months rent which then gets split between the listing and the cooperating agents. Once the tenant takes possession, the Deals department for the listing brokerage will take 1 months rent + HST to pay the commissions and issue a check to the landlord for the remainder, to be applied to the tenants last months rent deposit.

Rent may only be increased on an annual basis by an amount set by the Ontario Consumer Price Index. The landlord must give a tenant written notice of a rent increase in the proper form at least 90 days before it takes effect.

Your landlord can only evict you in specific situations and must give you written notice using the proper form provided by the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB), an independent tribunal with the authority to resolve residential tenancy disputes in Ontario. The form must give the reason for eviction.

You must first provide written notice using the appropriate forms. However, even if you give written notice, your tenant does not have to move out. You must first apply for and receive an eviction order from the Landlord Tenant Board (LTB).

What My Rental Clients Have to Say

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