Property owners in five Brampton wards now need a license to rent out four or less units

Brampton has initiated a Residential Rental Licensing pilot program to address issues with illegal units, lodging houses, and other problems. Property owners in five wards are required to obtain a license to rent out up to four units. The city estimates there are 30,000 illegal units. The program includes inspections and penalties for non-compliance, initially focusing on downtown wards with post-secondary institutions, with potential for citywide expansion.

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