When you rent an apartment managed by Colliers, you have a friendly and helpful team available to you to assist with any questions and concerns.
Here you can find a few resources to make communicating with the team easier for you, no matter how you prefer to get in touch. For non-emergency maintenance requests, please fill out our online Maintenance Request form or contact us.
Pay Rent and Condo Fees Online
1. Contact your property manager for your TenantPay number.
2. Go to your own financial institution’s website and log in.
3. Add “TenantPay” as a payee and enter your TenantPay number.
You can now make online payments to your property manager or landlord!
Contact your property manager or landlord to get started today!
Pre-Authorized Debit Form
Make rent payments a snap with automatic debit payments. To apply, download and fill out the form below. Then you can scan it and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or REMS.Regina@colliers.com. To ensure automatic rent withdrawal for the following month, this form must be submitted no later than the 20th day of the current month.
HOW TO GIVE YOUR NOTICE TO VACATE
Notice to Vacate
If you’re ready to leave your suite, there’s a few things you should know. Notices must be received in writing at our office no later than the last day of the month preceding the month you intend to leave. Notices to vacate can be submitted online or you can download and send in a written copy. Please send notices to email@example.com or REMS.Regina@colliers.com.
Notice to Vacate Cancellation
Change of plans? You can cancel your notice to vacate. Download the form and return it to our office.
Move Out Checklist
Time to Move? We have a handy move out checklist that you can use to make sure you’re leaving your unit in the best condition that you can. We appreciate your care and attention to your suite as you leave.
OTHER USEFUL RESOURCES
Residential Tenancies Act
As your landlord, we have responsibilities to our tenants and we take those seriously! You can read more about landlord obligations from the Residential Tenancies Act. Let us know if you have any questions.