Get all the answers to the most frequently asked questions
We have a 24-hour contact number for reporting building maintenance issues and/or emergencies (Emergencies are defined as “fire, flood, or sewage backup”). This number is 639-382-3663.
When phoning the 24 hour line, please leave your name, address, phone number and a brief description of the reason for your call.
When sending an e-transfer, please follow the below instructions.
The comments section MUST include:
– Your Full Name
– Property/Unit concerned
– What is the money for?
***NOTE: YOUR PAYMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IF YOU FAIL TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY.***
If you are paying by cheque, please make cheques payable to Legacy Apartments Corporation and mail or drop off to the Colliers office at the address listed below.
#200 – 2505 11th Avenue
We include heat, water, garbage disposal and free wifi to every suite.
You will be responsible for the electrical bill.
The security deposit is a set amount of money that the landlord takes from you as collateral for the structural integrity and cleanliness of the apartment. In other words, this money is set aside by the landlord to inspire tenants to take good care of their rental property, and if you don’t, it gives them the opportunity to recoup those losses.
In Saskatchewan, landlords can ask for a security deposit that’s equivalent to one month’s rent.
If you keep the apartment in good condition and don’t inflict any damages on the property, then you will get your security deposit back at the end of your lease.
Making simple aesthetic changes, like swapping furniture, is not a problem (unless you rented a furnished suite). But if you want to make changes to the apartment itself — like painting or mounting some shelves on the wall — you will need to request written permission.