While the actual cost of rent in an Ontario apartment, condo or house depends on a number of factors (including; number of bedrooms, neighbourhood, location, age and condition of the property, and more), Canada’s leading apartment finder and real estate marketing website, RentSeeker.ca, published it’s updated average cost rent in Ontario data.
The data is presented in an easy to read infographic.
Renters and landlords are welcome to use the data below as a resource for reference.
The new INFOGRAPHIC published by RentSeeker.ca includes theist of rent for the following units across Ontario.:
- Studio / Bachelor Apartments and Condos
- 1 Bedroom Apartments and Condos
- 2 Bedroom Apartments and Condos
- 3 Bedroom Apartments and Condos
For media inquiries and to share our INFOGRAPHIC please email: [email protected]
Apartment Rentals and Condos in Toronto topped the pricing charts with;
Studio Apartments and Condos in Toronto averaging $902
1 Bedroom Apartments and Condos in Toronto averaging $1,110
2 Bedroom Apartments and Condos in Toronto averaging $1,301
and 3 Bedroom Apartments and Condos in Toronto averaging $1,531
Other cities across Ontario included in the newly published report include:
Other media outlets featuring RentSeeker.ca’s annual reports and INFOGRAPHICs can be found here:
- Business News Network (BNN)
- Huffington Post
- CTV News
- Global News
- MoneySense Magazine
- Canadian Geographic
- Tri-City News
- Business in Vancouver
- The Loop.ca
- The Red Pin
- Rental Housing Business
- Calgary Buzz
- Windsor Star
- Globe and Mail
- CBC News
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