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Ontario 2019 Rent Increase Set at 1.8%

Posted by Sherry Rioux on July 26, 2018

In early July, the Ontario government announced that residential rent increases for 2019 will be capped to a maximum of 1.8%.

This rate does not apply to vacant units, nursing homes, commercial properties or social housing units but does over all other rental units that fall under Ontario’s Residential Tenancies Act.

Landlords are reminded that tenants must receive written notice of any rent increase at least 90 days before it takes effect. In most cases, rent can be increased 12 months after the last rent increase, and/or 12 months after a tenant first moves in.

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