OK, we know, by now virtually everyone has heard of QR codes – you know – those squares made of smaller black-and-white squares that are scanned by smartphones. The QR stands for Quick Response, and they began as a way to track parts through the manufacturing process and other industries dating back to the 1980’s.
We can reap some interesting insights when looking at the rental market from the macro level – such as the fact that a one-bedroom apartment is nearly 50 per cent more expensive to lease in Toronto versus Montreal or that it costs a mere $384 to rent a studio in Troi-Rivieres, Quebec; the “cheapest city to rent” a bachelor in Canada.
When it feels like the Canadian dollar is becoming more and more like monopoly money everyday, there is — at least — good news on the horizon for renters.
Vacancy rates are going up in many metropolitan centres across the country and rent prices are remaining stable or dropping.
Toronto is Ontario’s largest city. It’s a metropolis with incredible culture, a great nightlife, and tons of options for every renter. If you want to live in a diverse city that can offer shopping, entertainment, art hubs, and an urban lifestyle, Toronto is a fantastic bet. Here are some things to keep in mind before making the big move to T-Dot.
December 17th 2015 – RentSeeker.ca – Canada’s Leading Apartment Finder and Real Estate Listing Website, today published it’s Fall – 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC] showing: Average Rental Costs of Apartments across Canada.
RentSeeker.ca, Canada’s Leading Apartment Finder and Real Estate Marketing and Data Company today published it’s Annual Housing Market Report INFOGRAPHIC – showing the cost to purchase a home in cities across Canada, and the salary needed to support the purchase. The Housing Market Report also includes year-over-year changes (listed below).
With housing prices out of reach for many Torontonians and the surrounding Greater Toronto Area (GTA), RentSeeker.ca, one of Canada’s largest and most visited online apartment finders, published new data showing the average rent costs for apartments for rent in Toronto and the surrounding Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
When you rent an apartment, you might be moving to a new city for the first time. While searching for an apartment today has gotten easier with websites and apartment finders like RentSeeker.ca offering a large selection of apartment rentals available for rent, moving can be overwhelming — all the more so when you’re in a totally new environment.
Most renters and home buyers today start their search for apartment rentals, condos for rent or sale, and homes for rent or sale, by utilizing some digital medium or another. Whether it’s the web, social media, or any other digital platform.
In fact, almost ALL renters and home buyers these days start their search online.