Stephanie Martin

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February 2021 Montreal Rent Report

As February comes and Montreal continues to slumber its way through the winter, 2021 so far looks a lot like 2020. There might be some light around the corner as early in February, some regions of the province start to shift their restrictions. But so far it's same-old, same-old. Let's keep that light at the end of the tunnel in our hearts as we dive into the numbers and see Montreal's ...

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The average cost of rent in Vancouver for February 2021.

February 2021 Vancouver Rent Report

Rental Trends in February 2021  Now a month into 2021, COVID-19 restrictions continue to have Vancouverites working and studying from home. The vaccines are continuing to roll out, but precautions are still being taken to protect homes against the virus. We're taking an up-to-date look at what the cost of rent in Metro Vancouver in 2021 is based on data from our own liv.rent platform and other listings websites. Based on what ...

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Renting in Vancouver is beautiful but expensive, so where are the cheap places?

[Updated 2021] The 9 Cheapest Neighbourhoods For Rent In Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver is known for its beautiful scenery, dynamic neighbourhoods, and, of course, a high cost of living. As the most expensive city to rent in Canada, it can be hard to find cost-effective accommodation in Vancouver. We're liv.rent, a digital rental platform that makes renting easy, and we're going to take a look at where you can find cheap rent in the City of Vancouver and beyond, exploring municipalities ...

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October 2020 Toronto Rent Report

With fall in full swing and the global pandemic still top of mind, we take a closer look at the reported average rent prices for the month of October across the Greater Toronto Area. Based on data gathered from numerous listing websites and our own liv.rent platform, our rent reports seek to identify and share key market data and trends, to help inform and educate landlords and tenants alike. ...

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September 2020 Montreal Rent Report

As summer moves into autumn and the global pandemic continues, we take a closer look at the reported average rent prices for the month of September across the Montreal region. Based on data gathered from numerous listing websites and our own liv.rent platform, our rent reports seek to identify and share key market data and trends, to help inform and educate landlords and tenants alike. Jump to the following Rent ...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Canada – Support For Landlords

[LAST UPDATED: November 26, 2020] The federal and provincial governments continue to take major steps in ensuring that individuals, small businesses, and landlords can navigate and survive this global pandemic. As programs are still being formulated and rolled out, we've put together a list of resources for landlords. Click on the specific topic, province, or territory below to learn more: Table of Contents COVID-19 Federal Support For Landlords COVID-19 Provincial Support For Landlords Jump to: ...

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Decorating on a Budget – 2020 Edition

Fall is officially here and, coupled with the extended time we've all spent at home, the itch to redecorate and revamp our space is strong. While redecorating the home can be costly, we're here to show you some ways where you can redecorate your home without breaking the bank. 50+ Best Home Decorating Ideas for Decorating on a Budget Refresh  Small Changes, Big Impact & Cons DIY Thrift Shopping & Cons Nature New Additions Improve Lighting Refresh One of ...

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