October 2021 Toronto Rent Report

Average rent for furnished one-bedrooms in Mississauga is down 16.03% from September to October. Brampton offers the cheapest average rent for everything, but unfurnished 3 bedroom units. Furnished units in Toronto are now $1 cheaper on average than unfurnished units. The slight upward trend in September's rent averages seems to have been an anomaly, as rent in the Greater Toronto Area has once again fallen to its August levels. Overall, there was ...

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Toronto rent report for september 2021

September 2021 Toronto Rent Report

Unfurnished one-bedroom rent in Brampton went up 10.10% from August to September. On average, rent in Downtown Toronto is $3.12 per square foot. Average rent for furnished vs unfurnished units in Toronto is just a difference of $38. September rental rates are slightly swinging upwards this month. After a lazy summer of not much change, a small upward trend is now emerging. However, if we wind back the clock, we'll see that ...

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Toronto August rent report 2021

August 2021 Toronto Rent Report

Unfurnished rent in Vaughan & Vaughan-Richmond Hill increased more than faster than other GTA areas. Overall rent is simmering just below $1,700 per month for an unfurnished one-bedroom. Toronto is still cheaper than Vancouver for unfurnished one-bedrooms but the gap got smaller. As August rolls around to Toronto, is continuing to report on the Summer Simmer, a rental trend we're tracking right now. Each month, we share our data on the ...

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July 2021 Toronto Rent Report

Average rent for furnished and unfurnished units in the GTA is the same. In some areas like North York & Etobicoke furnished units are more expensive than unfurnished. Overall, rents are largely unchanged since last month and there's a bit of a summer slow down, except for two areas (Brampton & Richmond Hill/Vaughan) where it dipped slightly (-5.61% and -4.39%, respectively) It's July, and as Canadians are enjoying a long weekend and filling ...

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Toronto average rent report for June 2021

June 2021 Toronto Rent Report

This month brings us to the halfway point of 2021, and after we saw a spike in the cost of rent in May, we're excited to share what's happened in the Toronto rental market since then. We're and every month, we create these rent reports to share with our community an accurate look at the real cost of rent in Toronto. You can get the latest updates on the Toronto rental ...

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May Rent Report Toronto 2021

May 2021 Toronto Rent Report

It's May and the Toronto rental market is experiencing quite the shakeup. Although it's still not quite as expensive to rent as Vancouver, rent is starting to trend upwards in the city after a long period of declining rents. We're, a rental platform with digital and automated solutions for renters and landlords. Every month, we create these rent reports to share with our community an accurate look at the real ...

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Average rent in Toronto Canada

April 2021 Toronto Rent Report

We're springing ahead into 2021 and this April we're looking at the real cost of rent in Toronto. The city continues to see an overall decline in rent —vacancy is up and rental prices are down, making this an ideal time to be a renter and negotiate for a better deal. However, this downturn might not be here forever. For example, in Vancouver, rents have already started to rebound. Could Toronto ...

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Toronto Rent Report for March 2021 shows the average cost of rent across the city.

March 2021 Toronto Rent Report

Toronto has long held its title of the most expensive city in Canada to rent. However, the tides may have finally turned. This March, we're seeing a dip in rental prices that Torontonians are going to be interested to hear about. With vacancy up and rental prices down, right now is a good time to be a renter. Consider that when international travel is back, and more and more people come ...

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January 2021 Toronto Rent Report

As we begin the new year with positive vaccine news, Toronto continues to battle rising COVID-19 numbers with additional province-wide restrictions. This continues to dampen the rental market recovery in the Greater Toronto area. Many students have not returned, and business travel and tourism continue to be severely impacted. In addition, a number of new developments have come to market introducing new supply and placing further downward pressure on the ...

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