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Equitex Realty Ltd.

Victoria, BC

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We have been providing full service rental and commercial management for the southern part of Vancouver Island for over 30 years. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in long term professional property management, rent up only contracts or consultation services.

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I enjoy the endlessly dynamic aspect of property management. No two weeks are the same and every new opportunity allows me to learn more.

I enjoy the world of real estate, getting to know new owners and tenants and learning about the evolving industry.

I am committed, methodical, aware and work very hard to separate myself from my competition. I am in charge of the cumulative rental portfolio for Equitex and will be with you throughout the whole process of your own unique needs and situations. I have managed hundreds or rental units and am always aware and up to date with the ever changing legislation.


Advertising, interviewing and screening of tenants.
Writing, initiating and enforcing tenancy agreements and condition inspection reports.
Navigating arbitration including monetary orders, full and peaceful vacant possessions and appropriate evidence submissions and form delivery.
Comprehensive understanding of all Residential Tenancy Branch forms (including but not limited to): 10 Day Notices, 1 Month Notices, 2 Month Notices and Mutual Agreements to End Tenancy.

Advertising, interviewing, securing and implementation of tenancy agreements and condition inspections for owners interested in self management.

I can use my resources and skills to secure tenancy for you and hand over the day to day management to you.

I offer a range of consultation services including:

1) Consultation for new landlords looking for a crash course on being a landlord

2) Current landlords looking to resolve developing or ongoing issues with tenants

3) Advisable arbitration procedures

4) How to properly serve or implement different notices; and

5) General consultation, including for new buildings or intended renovations.