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EV Charging in Rental Unit?
#16
(07-09-2017, 07:13 PM)tomh009 Wrote: How urgently do you need to find a place with EV charging?  What size unit are you looking for?

There is a 2BR for rent at 144 Park:
https://www.realtor.ca/Residential/Singl...rio-N2L0B6

I'm hoping to move by the beginning of September. Unit wise probably a 1-2 bedroom, around $1700. That 2BR is a bit out of my price range, and according to the agent at condo culture: 

Quote:our landlord clients won't consider this either as the logistics of getting the condo board involved would require too much work

So I'm hoping to be able to speak to a landlord directly instead of going through another agency. Hopefully someone will be okay with it if I pay most, if not all of the fees involved with the installation. I don't personally why they wouldn't agree as it would add value to their property, but seems like that might just be me.
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#17
Especially at 144 Park, where the infrastructure is already in place, it should be easy.
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#18
(07-09-2017, 07:40 PM)tomh009 Wrote: Especially at 144 Park, where the infrastructure is already in place, it should be easy.

Exactly! I'm hoping that a unit pops up soon since that seems to be my best option.
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#19
I am looking into this for my building as well. I located a guide that focuses on hurdles for the Condominium Act of Ontario. The website has a lot of resources as well.
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#20
I know they allow the installation at the Seagram Lofts (with permission from the board of course), as just before we moved out a tenant installed a Tesla charger in their garage.
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