I’ve never been a member of an association, what are the benefits of membership?

  • Posted by SKLA Office
  • On July 23, 2020
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Being a member of an industry association like SKLA gives you exclusive access to a group of like-minded individuals who are professional landlords, property managers, and stakeholders of the rental-housing industry. You can also rest assured that there is someone fighting for your rights and giving you a voice in news articles, tv segments, and […]
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How are fees calculated?

  • Posted by SKLA Office
  • On July 23, 2020
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For general members, everyone pays a $75 flat fee followed by $6 per unit/door that they have in their portfolio. This fee is capped at $750. Service and associate members pay an annual fee of $350 and $95, respectively. Fees are paid annually.
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Why does SKLA exist?

  • Posted by Cameron Choquette
  • On September 13, 2014
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We exist to represent the rights and interests of landlords. By promoting innovative practices, advocating for equitable legislation, and supporting our members, we work to help sustain a rental-housing industry that serves the needs of renters, owners, and managers.
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Who do you represent?

  • Posted by Cameron Choquette
  • On September 13, 2014
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We represent landlords and property managers that are large and small. Some of our members are the largest landlords in Western Canada in addition to small and medium sized landlords that only have 1 or 2 units.
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