Private market landlords are critical in providing housing to Fleming students as they begin their journey to become successful students and contribute to our campus communities in various ways.
We want to help you understand your obligations, rights, responsibilities as well as provide you with resources and information to help you become a successful landlord.
The Landlord Self Help Centre is a great resource for new and established landlords. On their website, you will find learning videos and modules, quick fact sheets and information on your rights and responsibilities.
Please click here to be directed to the Landlord Self-Help Centre’s fact sheet of general information about becoming a landlord. This includes, security of tenure, tenant screening, what a landlord can ask prospective tenants, setting rent, leases, rent deposits & receipts.
Resources for Landlords:
For ideas on where to advertise your rental unit, please view our Find Housing tab of frequently used rental sites.
Please check with your City By-Law around zoning, licencing and Fire Safety requirements when renting.
We value our relationship with our local landlords and thank-you for being considerate and supportive towards the housing needs of our students.
Fleming College expects Landlords to follow all local housing regulations, City by-laws and act with the highest regards to ethical standards in all operational practices. This includes following recommendations from public health to take precautions to reduce exposure to the virus (COVID-19) and protect tenants. Failure to follow regulations, City by-laws, ethical standards and public health recommendations may result in listings being suspended from Places4Students to protect our shared community
We would like to thank you for your continued support,