PENTICTON & DISTRICT MANUFACTURED HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION
P.O. Box 22020, Penticton, BC V2A 8L1
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The 2018 maximum rate for rent increase has been set at 4%.
Please be advised that the Government has set the maximum increase for rents that take effect in 2017 on your rental agreement anniversary date to the following: 1.7% inflation rate PLUS 2% bonus for landlords, for a total of 3.7%. THIS INCREASE IS NOT DISPUTABLE.
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Check out the Editorial page for news on SMART METERS, the RESIDENTIAL TENANCY DISPUTE RESOLUTION FEE INCREASE and the SMOKE ALARM TESTING AND REPLACEMENT documentation and response.
Please be advised that the Government has set the maximum increase for rents that take effect in
2016 on your rental agreement anniversary date to the
following: 0.9% inflation rate PLUS 2% bonus for landlords, for a total of 2.9%.
THIS INCREASE IS NOT DISPUTABLE.
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The new site provides information in “plain language" and makes it easier to find important tenancy-related information. The current website will redirect users to the new website.
Below is a history of allowable rental increases for the last 10 years and it appear that 2014 will have the lowest increase. So that is good news.
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ON RENTED LAND TENANCY ACT 2013.
MANUFACTURED HOME PARK RULES
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As reported at the May 4th. 2012 Annual General Meeting, a legal advocate is available, at no cost, to assist you with housing problems. See the link to the Penticton & Area Access Society, formerly the Penticton & Area Women's Centre, (PAWC), on our Resources page.