19 Steps DIY Landlords Need When Renting and Managing Investment Property

Being a landlord isn’t easy – doing it right is even harder.
Here is an infographic with 19 steps DIY landlords need to do when renting and managing their investment property.
Keep in mind these steps may vary based on the type of property you have, general condition, and other factors.

Before you get started on this journey, you need to make sure you are, at a minimum, familiar with:
– Residential Tenancies Act
– Fire Code and Prevention Act
– Human Rights Act
– Condominium Building Rules (When Applicable)

At Buttonwood Property Management Toronto, we have made a commitment through our BLOG to help educate real estate investors. Our staff and partners share industry trends, standards, and best practices based on lessons learned over the years. We aim to further develop the real estate investing body of knowledge with a specific focus on property management in Toronto.


Share this Image On Your Site

Sabine Ghali
Sabine Ghali
Helping real estate investors build wealth over time

Sabine Ghali, Managing Director at Buttonwood Property Management, Award Winning Real Estate Broker and an Entrepreneur at heart. Sabine is on a mission to help investors create real estate wealth over time in the Greater Toronto Area. Sabine is published in a number of media outlets, including Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Sun, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Gulf News, among many others.