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affordability

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Affordability worse for renting Canadians: Report

New data from Rentals.ca shows that affordability for low-income Canadian renters is worse than what was reported in mid-July by the CCPA.
rent increase guideline

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average monthly rents continue to trend upward

The average monthly rents in Canada increased another 1.9 per cent in June , according to the latest National Rent Report produced by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
Toronto

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average monthly rent in Canada up 4% in May

Following two months of decline, the average monthly rental rate in Canada increased four per cent in May, according to the June national rent report produced by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
vacancy rates

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average rents decline slightly in March

Overall, average rents in Canada declined slightly in March after three straight months of increasing rental rates, according to the April national rent report produced by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
multi-unit

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rental rates rise in Canada for third straight month

Average rents for all property types in Canada have risen for third consecutive month as rental demand increases with the arrival of the prime spring leasing season.
digital rental marketplace

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Rent across Canada continues to rise: Report

The median monthly rent across Canada increased nearly 6 per cent in January over December to $1,747, according to the February national rent report created by Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research & Consulting.
downtown Toronto

REMI Network

Survey says: Rent in Toronto highest in Canada

A new report from Rentals.ca reveals that rent in Toronto is the highest in Canada for one- and two-bedroom apartments, while Ontario is still the most expensive province.
rent increase guideline

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Average rent in Canada to rise 6 to 11 per cent

A new report released by Rentals.ca predicts that the average rent in Canada will increase 6 per cent in 2019. Municipally, it foresees increases by as much as 11 per cent in Toronto and 7 per cent in Vancouver.