By law, the rent during a tenancy can only be increased once every 180 days, or within the first six months of a new tenancy. Any planned in crease must be at a fair market level, and the tenant must be provided with 60 days’ notice of the increase. If an increase is appealed and the Tenancy Tribunal finds that a rent increase is unreasonable or in excess of fair market rent for the property, then they can make an order for the rent to be readjusted. Clarke Group Property Management monitors rental market trends and conducts regular rental reviews to ensure owners are receiving the most appropriate rent at a fair market level.