Stop Changes to BC Fixed-Term Tenancy Laws
Provincial Minister Responsible for Housing Rich Coleman proposes to change or eliminate residential fixed-term tenancies in British Columbia.
Changes to fixed-term tenancies are a bad thing for landlords and property managers. These changes will add difficulty and expense to landlords across the province resulting in decreased improvements to existing housing stock, increased risk to landlords and an inhibition of multifamily investment compared to other types of commercial real estate investment, all of which allow for fixed-term leases.
Thousands of professional property owners and tens of thousands of part-time landlords will be affected by this change.
Send a message to Minister Coleman and the provincial government that you want to STOP changes to the fixed-term tenancy laws in British Columbia.