Stakeholders representing the interests of rental housing providers were also diverse, including both non-profit and for-profit housing providers, builders’ associations and advocacy groups. Submissions advocated for clarity and balance between the rights of renters and rental housing providers; allowing rent increases and damage deposits that aligned with costs; and improving the evictions processes, including reintroducing a vacate clause. Rental housing providers also supported increasing the rental supply, including incentivizing rentals, reducing restrictions on secondary suites, and reducing property tax burden on rental housing providers.


The list below shows the stakeholders representing rental housing providers who
submitted input through this process, with links to their full submission.

A.G. Kemp & Associates

Anthem Properties

BC Non-Profit Housing Association

BC Real Estate Association

Belmont Properties

Canadian Home Builders Association of BC

Canadian Mortgage Brokers Association British Columbia

Cascadia Apartment Rentals

Condominium Home Owners Association

Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association

Greater Victoria Housing Society

Hollyburn Properties Limited

LandlordBC

Professional Association of Managing Agents

QuadReal Property Group

REALPAC

Redbrick Properties

The Pacific Investment Corporation Limited

The Revill Group

Unique Real Estate Accommodations

Urban Development Institute