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Landlord Resources

Halton Housing Help provides resources and support to landlords and property owners. We can help you solve tenant issues and avoid costly legal services. We provide information on landlord and tenant rights as well as rental property standards. Working with landlords, Halton Housing Help assists tenants to access and maintain safe housing in our community.

All materials provided are for information purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Resources available to you include:

How can I learn about Tenant and Landlord Rights?

Where can I advertise my rental properties?

Halton Housing Help provides a free listing service for landlords to advertise houses, apartments and shared accommodation. Sign up and start advertising your rental property.

Having trouble with bedbugs?

Bedbugs are a growing problem in North America, particularly in large urban centres. Bedbugs spread by hitching onto clothing, running along plumbing and wiring or through luggage and furniture brought into your home. Bedbugs are not the result of unsanitary conditions and can exist in any type of dwelling. Bedbugs do not transmit diseases to humans, however their bites can be a nuisance.

Bedbugs can be eradicated and infestations prevented before they begin. To learn more about how to deal with bed bugs go to Halton Region Bed Bug Resources

What can I do about hoarders?

Hoarding refers to the excessive acquisition of and the inability and/or unwillingness to dispose of items.

The Halton Gatekeepers Program Link to external site is an initiative of Catholic Family Services of Hamilton that works in conjunction with health and social service community partners to identify seniors 55+ in Halton living in severe neglect.

If you or someone you know is exhibiting hoarding behaviours, contact 311 to be connected to services that can help.

Check our Hoarding Frequently Asked Questions section

What are the tobacco regulations that may affect my housing?

Landlords interested in tobacco regulations including the Smoke-Free Ontario Act can refer to the Halton Public Health resource guide.

What associations exist to assist me?

Still have questions about our housing services and programs?