September 14th 2016 – RentSeeker.ca – Canada’s Leading Real Estate Listing Website and Apartment Finder, published newly updated rental data in what’s become it’s highly popular [INFOGRAPHIC] format, which has become a popular resource for Renters, Landlords, Economists, and Journalists which shows Average Rent Prices for September 2016 with Data Provided for 20 Canadian Cities.
The Government of Ontario has set the 2017 guideline for rent increases to 1.5 per cent.
The guideline, which is set by the Province of Ontario, outlines the maximum percentage by which landlords can increase a tenant’s rent based on the Ontario Consumer Price Index. The guideline is the maximum a landlord can increase most tenants’ rent during a year without the approval of the Landlord and Tenant Board.
As the most heavily populated province in the country, Ontario is home to a number of world-class cities. These include the country’s capital and a globally recognized metropolis. However, it takes a deeper look to really appreciate the best that the province has to offer. Ottawa, Toronto, and several other Ontario cities are home to some of the coolest neighbourhoods in the country. The next time you’re exploring any of these Ontario cities, be sure to check out these neighbourhoods that have a unique flair and culture all of their own.
If you’ve got a great job and you’re looking to put down roots, buying a home is always a great investment, no matter if a bear or bull market rules the day. And lovely Kingston, Ontario is certainly an ideal place to settle down. Touted as the “smartest” city in Canada, with more PhD grads per capita than anywhere else in the country, it’s also frequently cited as one of the best places to live by multiple polls. … Rent An Apartment In Kingston, Ontario While You’re Saving Up To Buy