These questions are for you if you want to practice speaking or writing.
About the story:
From the first question, what can we understand about how easy it is to find a place to rent in Toronto?
How do smaller landlords usually advertise their apartments or houses?
Do they always need advertising? What could be other ways for them to find tenants?
How often has Tim hired a realtor to rent out his apartments? Why do you think he does (not do) that?
Why can it be more important for a smaller landlord to get to know their future tenant a bit better than in a larger apartment building?
What about you?
Have you ever rented a place to live from a smaller private landlord?
When/where was it? You can share as many or as few details as you’d like.
How long did you stay there?
How satisfied were you with that renting experience?
Have you ever been a landlord? Again, you can share as many or as few details as you’d like about when, where, how long, etc.
(We do not normally ask questions about how much money someone is making, so we should NOT ask how much you charged for the place. If you want to share, you can, but asking that would NOT be a good idea).