RentSeeker.ca – Canada’s largest real estate search website and apartment finder, which provides real estate marketing services for most of Canada’s largest Landlords and REIT’s and also publishes real estate data which is used by economists, journalists, government, and media outlets, published a NEW INFOGRAPHIC today showing…
Finding apartments for rent has become a simple, easy and (some would even say fun) experience with apartment finders like RentSeeker.ca. Now, even living in an apartment doesn’t have to mean living in cramped quarters, small square footage can be home to a bright, spacious and functional living space with just a few tips and tricks.
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.
Relationships are an important part of life, and perhaps one of the most important involves someone that you may not want to spend time with. No, we’re not talking about that family member, but your landlord!
The term ‘affordable housing’ means very different things to different people. If you ask the average 30 something year old couple trying to find a house in downtown Toronto, affordable means anything under $1 000 000 as the average cost for a detached home hit $1.26 million this month. On the other end of the socio economic ladder, many Canadians are experiencing difficulties finding a place to live within their budget in neighbourhoods they have lived in for years, and the problem is only getting worse. … What Affordable Housing Means and Why It’s ImportantRead More
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.
RentSeeker.ca, Canada’s Leading Real Estate Website and Apartment Finder, has Launched the First Ever LIVE Web-Based Real Estate Panel Discussion featuring Real Estate Professionals, Top Business and Real Estate Journalists and MP’s from across the country to discuss Canada’s Real Estate Market.