Follow our quick guide to finding a great rental in Toronto with these tips. We’ve made an info graphic for anyone who is looking to move to an apartment, condo, or house in Toronto. “Where do you want to live in Toronto? What is your budget? How far is the commute to work? When is the best time to move?” Here is everything you need to know to get the apartment you want.
- Scope out Toronto neighbourhoods You’ll be there for at least 12 months, and your neighbourhood WILL affect your quality of life. Research each district to find one that is best for you. Consider the public transit in your neighbourhood and noise levels. Queen St W is great for shopping but it is a busy street and you can expect it to sound busy at night too.
- Be flexible It’s not easy or cheap to find rentals in Toronto. Keep an open mind and be prepared to make compromises. You won’t likely get a central location + size + cheap rent.
- Be ready to make a quick decision The Toronto rental market is super-competitive. If you find a place you like, realize that there are at least 30 other people competing for the same listing. If you are not ready to say yes, it’ll probably be gone tomorrow.
- Be honest on your application While it might be tempting to make yourself “look” like a better tenant, having a friendly relationship with your landlord will pay off in the long run. Please use caution when dealing with anonymous or suspicious listings so that you do not fall for scams… don’t send money before you have seen the apartment and signed the lease or have a copy of the keys.
Thank you for reading our blog about Toronto Rentals, please continue reading our other blog posts to learn more about your city. We hope this article has prepared you for the market in Toronto so that you can get the apartment you are looking for.
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