Meetup! You’re Invited: Landlord Highs ‘n Lows, Thursday 21st July 2011

 Come join us in this Meetup as we look at the highs and lows of being a landlord.  This evening will be a great chance to share experiences and stories. We will go through what things you should watch out for when dealing with tenanted properties!

RSVP on or Facebook – in order to be eligible for the prize draws at the end of the evening!


Through our discussion on the highs and lows of being a landlord we will learn: should you charge the maximum rent, how to screen tenants properly, when not to use a property manager, is the Residential Tenancy Office friend or foe, why can it take up to 6 months to remove a tenant that doesn’t pay rent, and much more.

Back by popular demand! Our special guest speaker this week will be:
Vic Jang
Real Estate Broker, Project Marketing

Vic Jang will be on hand to share his experience in real estate letting us know the common trouble spots when dealing with tenanted properties.  Vic has been in the real estate business for 25 years, is a Partner at Sutton Group – West Coast Realty and Managing Partner at Focus Marketing Systems.  We will benefit from his insight accumulated starting from his first project, completed in 1986, to the present day.

Some of Vic’s notable projects include:

  • Residences at Richmond Inn, the first high rise tower in Richmond forefront of the area transformation in 1994.
  • Savoy, again one of the first high rise towers in Downtown Yaletown, and
  • Worked with London Drugs to transform the West Broadway & Arbutus previous ICBC site to a mixed use residential / commercial community incorporating a London Drugs and IGA. The concept was designed with groceries and amenities on site promoting a no-commute neighborhood years ahead of the green lifestyle movement.

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