Selling Tenanted Property in BC

Selling a property occupied by tenants can be quite challenging for owners or landlords. It involves considering legal and practical aspects, and showing the property to potential buyers while the tenants are still living there can deter some buyers. If the tenants feel pressured, they may seek assistance from a Residential Tenancy Branch and contest the sale. No matter your situation, here’s how to make sure selling a property with tenants is smooth and hassle-free for everyone involved.

  • Residential Tenancy Agreement (RTB-1)

    A Residential Tenancy Agreement is an important legal contract that outlines the terms of the tenancy between a landlord and a tenant.

  • Condition Inspection Report (RTB-27)

    Use this form to record the condition of a rental unit when a tenant moves in and out of a rental unit.

  • Mutual Agreement to End a Tenancy (RTB-8)

    Use this form when both parties agree to end a tenancy.

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