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How to rent an apartment in Toronto

Posted by Erin Bury / August 31, 2010

apartment in TorontoFinding an apartment to rent in Toronto is all about decisions: what neighbourhood to live in, house or condo and price. If you're buying a property you can often leave the heavy lifting up to a real estate agent, and supplement their research with sites like Zoocasa and Homezilla to aid you in your search. It can be more difficult if you're renting - you have to search for gems that fit your specific criteria.

Using online resources to help renters find the perfect property isn't a recent trend - I can remember using ViewIt.ca years ago to find an apartment. But while several of these sites - ViewIt, Kijiji, Craigslist - are well-known, their features are quite basic and they can often be frustrating to navigate. Luckily, there's a crop of Toronto apartment rental sites that are helping connect renters with properties, and using new technology to do it. Here are the ones I like the best.

RentCompass

Toronto-based RentCompass bills itself as Canada's first apartment rental search provider on mobile devices using native applications. The company, active in several Canadian cities, allows renters to search for available places using criteria including number of bedrooms and keywords. Users can see available locations on a dynamic, interactive map on the homepage, and can click on each icon for more details and can even see a Google Street View image.

I like how the site has a resources tab that links to organizations like the Landlord and Tenant Board of Ontario, and tip sheets for landlords and tenants. Looking to rent out your property? Post an unlimited number of listings for free.

RentCompass is the only rental site I've seen with a full suite of free mobile applications. They have iPhone and iPad apps, and recently released the first Canadian apartment rental search application for Android. The mobile apps enhance the user's experience by adding geo location information to the search result using the phone's GPS. It also allows users to exchange information about rental vacancies via social media tools like Facebook or Twitter. Speaking of Twitter, you can connect with the company at @RentCompass.

RentSeeker.ca

RentSeeker.ca says the company is the #1 apartment rental search site for Toronto apartment rentals & apartments, condos & homes for rent. Visitors can use the search function to browse available properties in a list or on a map, though its map features aren't as extensive as RentCompass. The site has pages for tenants and landlords, and I like how they have a section devoted to students where they can search for roommates and read relevant articles. Regardless of whether you're looking or have already found a place to rent, the site encourages conversation on its Tenant Forums.

Users can sign up for a free account that provides them with features like the ability to favourite properties. RentSeeker really pushes the ability to share listings with family in friends via social media tools like Twitter and Facebook - the company itself tries to be active in social media as well. They're on Twitter at @RentSeeker, have a few videos on YouTube, and blog about topical issues in Toronto's housing industry.

MyHood.ca

MyHood.ca doesn't claim to be the #1 rental site, instead it bills itself as Toronto's largest community of renters. It was founded by Jeff Hersh in 2006 - he has a pretty funny bio on the About page that's worth reading. The site has a search engine, but instead of just searching listings it allows users to browse for roommates and property reviews. It also combines listings from NOW Magazine, Craigslist, real estate agents and property managers to create comprehensive listings. For anyone who's had a good or bad experience renting they can write a review - unfortunately you have to sign up for an account to post one.

I think the most useful part of the site is the neighbourhood profiles, something I would have found helpful when I moved to Toronto so I didn't end up living right next to the Eaton Centre. You can choose the area you're interested in learning more about and it provides information like the boundaries, transit access, written profile, and even an embedded audio tour. The site also has a Tips tab that links to articles on topics including avoiding tenants from hell and the amenities that matter.

Bed Bug Registry

Okay fine, this isn't a rental site. But unless you've been living under your bed, you've likely heard about the bugs that could be living in it. I strongly advise you to put your desired address into the Bed Bug Registry's search engine - it shows 248 addresses in the city with bed bug reports, and you really don't want one of them to be your new digs.

These aren't the only sites out there - there are a few I didn't mention including TorontoRentals.com, but the ones I did discuss in detail are either using new technology or have a really fleshed out feature set. Have you used any of the sites above? Or do you stick with the tried and true methods (Craigslist, etc)? Let us know.

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Discussion

79 Comments

James / August 31, 2010 at 09:54 am
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Looks like you guys might want to check your formatting of this article. It looks like an anchor, and/or strong tag has gone awry.
Greg / August 31, 2010 at 10:00 am
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Looks like someone needs to think of a new way to deal with bedbugs. The current solutions seem too ineffective.
Andy / August 31, 2010 at 10:28 am
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Looks like these are all good options for residential searches. Any recommendations for live/work, commercial, office space search engines?
Trin / August 31, 2010 at 10:47 am
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Looks like all comments on this post must start with the words 'looks like' and consist of two curt sentences. This is the second sentence.
Langford / August 31, 2010 at 10:52 am
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Looks like this is a timely article considering I am looking for a place downtown. Thank you for this post.
JasonJ / August 31, 2010 at 10:59 am
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If you would like to find something affordable downtown, you should also check http://www.torontohousing.ca. Rental units are cheaper than renting from a individual landlord
Andy Barratt / August 31, 2010 at 11:12 am
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has anyone ever rented that apartment above FYEO?
R / August 31, 2010 at 11:19 am
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Another tip, and something not many people are aware of: many real estate agents will represent renters too, not just home buyers. Their services are generally only helpful with MLS listed rentals, but they can take criteria you give them (rent, location, size, etc.) and put together a list of candidate properties, and even set up viewings. The best part about this arrangement is that it's free! If you find a place through a real estate agent, the landlord who listed the place pays the commission, as opposed to the renter.
Nadine / August 31, 2010 at 11:59 am
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I've found www.padmapper.com to be really useful and fun to play around on. I always use the "super secret advanced features" in the filter section to really find out how good an area is.
Chris / August 31, 2010 at 01:28 pm
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craigslist and viewit.ca are really the only two sites you need. I took a look at the others, and unless you want to stare at the same regurgitated listings from metcap and all the other large firms over and over again they aren't much help. myhood is ok, but its still not as diverse as craigslist and viewit.
cathy replying to a comment from Chris / August 31, 2010 at 02:35 pm
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The only problem with Craigslist (and I know this because I check the listings several times a day) is it's packed with scammers right now. I can see the same ad with the same pictures listed with 10 different prices over the course of a week. It gets *really* frustrating.
KL / August 31, 2010 at 03:36 pm
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Craigslist and viewit.ca are all you need, though I found my current apartment (smaller management company, doesn't advertise much) on myhood, surprisingly. When I was looking for a place, I'd search through viewit and Craigslist and get as much info as possible (the address is important) and plug the info into myhood to read reviews and the bed bug registry.
Bill replying to a comment from Andy Barratt / August 31, 2010 at 03:54 pm
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Yeah, what's the deal with that? That sign has been there forever.
Bill replying to a comment from Andy Barratt / August 31, 2010 at 03:56 pm
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That last comment was in reference to the FYEO apartment sign.
Jesse / August 31, 2010 at 04:26 pm
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I'm a student, and I'm looking to rent from another student/landlord. Someone who own the house and is maybe renting out rooms. Does anyone know if there is a registry that lets me narrow my choices down to that?
Chris replying to a comment from cathy / August 31, 2010 at 06:49 pm
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the scammers on craigslist are usually really obvious. vague details, description of the area that makes no sense, photos that are not all from the same apartment. the price is usually way too low.
its annoying, but its no worse than the other sites where you click on "1br $700" link only to find a pricing list for a building that says "bach $750 + 1br $900+ 2br $1100+".

Jessica replying to a comment from Nadine / August 31, 2010 at 08:25 pm
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I was about to comment the same thing about www.padmapper.com as Nadine, it's really helpful.
pierre elliot trudeau / August 31, 2010 at 09:13 pm
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Why don't we release tons of those little spiders in apartment buildings and let them feed on the bedbugs?
JLanky replying to a comment from Chris / September 1, 2010 at 09:24 am
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I second craigslist.org + viewit.ca, and maybe a little kijiji.ca (although it overlaps with craigslist a bit). I personally hate 95% of all rental sites. They're a mess of ugly 1970s high rise buildings with the same-same looking apartments where pictures are rarely of the specific unit.
agentsmith replying to a comment from R / September 1, 2010 at 10:06 am
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True, there are plenty of rentals on the MLS website, especially if you're looking to rent a newer condo or a house, and almost all are private rentals. For rental buildings run by the big management companies, stick to ViewIt and such.
La / September 1, 2010 at 01:30 pm
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Hmm, that's useful, but how do I rent a guava?
The RentSeeker Team / September 1, 2010 at 11:37 pm
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Thanks for the write up Erin. Just want to let users know we also feature rental video throughout the site (a wonderful way of viewing property & area amenities in usually under 2 minutes see sample here: http://www.rentseeker.ca/PropertyList.aspx/Rentals/Toronto/730_Dovercourt_, as well as a new cool FREE tool called WalkScore, which gives each property listing a score 1-100 of how walkable a property is to nearby amenities (with 100 being the best).

Anyone have any Suggestions? Feedback? Ideas? @rentseeker on twitter, or send us an email to feedback@rentseeker.ca

-The RentSeeker Team
Justin replying to a comment from Nadine / September 2, 2010 at 12:13 am
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That *is* pretty awesome - I like the way it gives you the median price of similar places in the area... too bad the superfantastichappyfunslide feature (ie crime rates) only work in San Fran.
The RentSeeker Team / September 2, 2010 at 12:44 am
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Noticed the link invalid on the site. Was inputed wrongly, here is the proper working link: http://www.rentseeker.ca/PropertyList.aspx/Rentals/Toronto/730_Dovercourt_

-The RentSeeker Team
am / September 2, 2010 at 09:40 pm
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These sites are useless! Except the bed bugs one. MyHood, RentSeeker and RentCompass have given me nothing! Like actually nothing, not a single hit.
The RentSeeker Team replying to a comment from am / September 2, 2010 at 09:53 pm
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am,

Can you elaborate on what you mean by "not a single hit"? Have you listed a property on RentSeeker.ca? Our site offers real time stats and tracking on properties and would gladly forward you that information.

Looking forward to assisting you.

The RentSeeker Team
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Sarasota is considered the cultural center of Florida so finding museums, music and other performing arts will be easy if not at the front door of your Sarasota apartment.

Paul Gregg / September 3, 2010 at 04:49 am
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I'm sorry, but this article is a not very good. The majority of these sites are crap.

If your looking for a condo and have good credit, Use MLS. you'll get a dedicated real estate agent that will send weekly updates for you. The best thing about this is they set up all apointments ect for you. What's also good is that they are usualy young agents that are hungry to move up the chain and will work very hard for you.

If your looking for a condo/apartment with bad credit: Use the free sites like craigslist, kijiji. You'll be amazed at what you can get. I have also found that looking through the papers is also a great resource. It's a naiev assumption to think that all appartments are on the net. Again, you can find some serious gems!
Sean / September 3, 2010 at 09:19 am
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I (as someone in the market industry) must disagree with you regarding viewit, its very hard to search on their site, and the building description doesn't come close to rentseeker and gottarent. I believe the only reason viewit is still around is because the were the first ones to do online listings in Toronto, but i see the market shifting slowly to the new kids on the block (rentseeker, rentcompass etc). Regarding craigslist & kijiji, true I do use them often, however you need to shift through lots of garbage and spammy listings there, as apposed to the rental websites. I'd keep my eyes on rentseeker, they're the best of the bunch, with rentcompass closely behind them.
The RentSeeker Team replying to a comment from Sean / September 3, 2010 at 11:52 am
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Thank you Sean.

Our objective is to enhance the rental search process using tools not available on many free classified or pay per sites. We integrate floor plans, unlimited photos, videos, social sharing of listings, print friendly, map views and directions, favorites, compare tools, as well as detailed property management company and contact information to know who you'll be renting from. And we also include HTML code to post your ads on multiple FREE listing sites within seconds (inc Craigslist, OLX, Backpages & more!!)

We consider most classified sites as more of instant information of available rentals without much content or information.

RentSeeker.ca was designed to enable renters to properly research apartment listings in depth and be able to make a more informed decision and do most of the work ONLINE.

We always strive to improve and no feedback is more valuable than users like you! So let us know what features you'd like to see and how YOU think we can make our site even better and we'll try and make it happen :)

Wishing all a great long weekend and make sure to follow us on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rentseeker and feel free to @ us.

-The RentSeeker Team

am / September 4, 2010 at 11:05 pm
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Hey, I meant I'm seeking an apartment for my two friends and myself and all I get are apartment buildings, which we are not interested in. None of these other sites have come up with anything.

View It and Kijiji have been alright to us, at least.
nenAnaerielom / September 9, 2010 at 03:08 am
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Excellent post!! Very interesting... Looking for more posts like this!! Do you have twitter or an RSS feed?
Anyway thank you for this info.
PadMapper Apartments / September 15, 2010 at 02:06 am
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Let's not forget PadMapper (http://www.padmapper.com), which lets you search through Craigslist, Kijiji, and others. It also offers an iPhone and Android app for apartment hunting on the go.
kitya / September 15, 2010 at 04:33 pm
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most of the sites either have rat hole basement price for an average price.OR THEY ARE ALL OUTDATED , LOT OF SCAMS I RUN INTO WHILE I AM SEARCHING IN TORONTO FOR A SINGLE APT. wish someone would write on an article only when they knew what to talk about. hope you got loaded by me clicking on your site.
JP / September 26, 2010 at 01:17 pm
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An excellent resource I would recommend to all is Ontario Tenants' Rights http://www.ontariotenants.ca

I have learned a lot from that site.
Jeremy / November 25, 2010 at 08:47 am
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The title of the article and the content are not congruent. The sites profiled are either new, with limited property options, or old with limited property options. You title should have been "How to find apartment marketing entrepeneurs and innnovators".

If you actually want to find apartment options in Toronto, you need Viewit.ca, Craigslist or Kijiji.

Viewit.ca charges a small fee to owners, so you're probably dealing 100% real landlords (no scams). Viewit.ca also attracts professional landlords that know the law, because they're too busy to put up dozens of Craigslist and Kijiji postings everyday.

Kijiji and Craigslist have a lot of income property landlords, so you might find a gem, character property, at a better price, because the landlord isn't watching market trends, and puts all their TLC into that place. On the flip-side, you might find a landlord that has no care for the unit, and is just collecting rent. That's possible anywhere though, unfortunatelly!

All the best...

Jeremy / November 25, 2010 at 09:03 am
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Also...

Innovation means nothing in apartment advertising until you have the content. You can have the smoothest feeds, social links, graphics, and more, but, if your content is limited, the renters won't stick around.



tickleux / February 8, 2011 at 09:10 pm
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I do like housingmap and padmapper. They make browsing Craigslist rental ads a lot easier. Kijiji has too many spam ads, that is why I don't use it. The search on Craigslist is too limited.
I like viewit.ca and urbanrenters.ca. I found their maps are more detailed and you can narrowed down to specific neighborhood.
lulu / September 22, 2011 at 01:06 pm
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when it comes right down to it, myhood.ca has the most valuable content.....thousands of reviews? it's kind of priceless actually. and the fact that you don't have to pay to access them is pretty great. it's probably only a matter of time before that changes.
margoux / January 25, 2012 at 12:16 pm
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i really think we can find out a nice place to live if you're still making music...
the problem is i really wanted to find a perfect place.
im' looking at the moment for something else. kind of apt.-studio. really afforsable.
yes. i make sometimes some noise and id' rather to say if you play professional. do yo make noise or music?
i'll see the advertising for that apt. in downtown. would you let me know where's located, so i can call.
thanks and bye.
me
i just need a different place across the GTA in ON. canada.
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John Kelly / February 28, 2012 at 02:29 pm
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You guys should check out www.Solas.ca - A website I just launched. We aggregate listings from a bunch of different rental sites in the GTA and present them to you in a easy to read way.

We put a lot of thought into the way our site looks and feels so it should be real easy find a place you like.
Pauline / April 21, 2012 at 01:23 pm
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At first I thought this was a blog done by someone with apartment hunting experience sharing their info. A closer look shows that Erin is a writing pro - see her Linkedin page. Just another social marketing ploy. Everyone knows View it and Craigslist are better options than the ones listed here.
business online marketing / April 29, 2012 at 01:41 pm
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Admiring the time and effort you put into your site and detailed information you
present. It's great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn't the same unwanted rehashed information. Great read! I've saved your site and I'm adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.
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At this moment I am going to do my breakfast, after having my breakfast
coming over again to read other news.
Keithan / June 21, 2012 at 10:38 am
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A lot of people find this website helpful especially if they live out of town or just don't have the knowledge or time.
http://keitha9.wix.com/apartmenthunter#!home/mainPage
Miles / July 8, 2012 at 06:44 pm
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As a small-property landlord (I own a six-plex in the High Park area), I only use Craig's List and Kijiji, and if queries are sparse (like in Jan & Feb), then I'll shell out the extra bucks for a Viewit.ca listing. Because I have a slow turn-over, I'll usually do a little web research to make sure any new listing I have is in line with local market prices, and I get enough comparative listings from CL & Kijiji for that.
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Neil / October 18, 2012 at 07:27 pm
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We've designed CitySavvy to help you navigate the waters! Good luck with your search!
Kristi replying to a comment from Trin / January 20, 2013 at 10:54 am
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Haha! I noticed that too. Nicely said!
Andy / January 30, 2013 at 04:05 pm
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Great list - want to add Rooof.com to the list. We launched in 2012 and it's a tremendous resource for renters, landlords and property managers. Would love to hear your professional opinion if you get a moment to look at it. Thanks! Andy
Tom / April 3, 2013 at 11:30 pm
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If you are interested in renting rooms or any type of property in Toronto check out http://www.meant4rent.ca, I found my student rentals here easily.
Jen / April 8, 2013 at 02:07 am
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Don't bother paying to advertise. There are plenty of free well known sites out there.
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Jamie / May 24, 2013 at 01:20 am
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Try http://www.rentpicnic.com. It's a new site that provides a unique social environment unlike any other site.
Diana / June 7, 2013 at 04:29 pm
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Great info I am moving to Toronto for grad School and some of these sites I did not hear about and some I did,I had experience with http://www.meant4rent.ca and it is free to post and view ads.
RentersPages.com / June 15, 2013 at 09:26 am
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All of the sites mentioned above are great, but don't overlook www.RentersPages.com, that site has over 600 listings in the GTA that might come in handy to some of you apartment hunters out there. If you're looking for apartments on the go on your Iphone or Android, you can download the app www.ApartmentMapp.com, which will locate apartments nearest you on a map on your phone or tablet. This app is also integrated with Walkscore which comes in handy.
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Apartment:
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Move-in Date:
Need someone to move in by Aug. 1st.

Me:
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Location:
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What to do:
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John / August 21, 2013 at 10:56 am
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There is good website for finding apartments for rent : http://www.placebee.com
I like their email search alert function..
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I recommend mobile android app issued by apartido.com https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.proosto.apartido.android Offers fast & simple online short-term property booking around the World. Very attractive incentive program may bring users measurable benefits. Install, search, book & relax.
Alex / September 18, 2013 at 07:37 pm
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If you are looking for nice place to rent /TOWNHOUSE/ in downtown TORONTO, look at this webpage.
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Katelouise / November 19, 2013 at 01:02 am
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Hi Everyone,
Me too know a website which can help you finding a condo or property for you. It is www.rentinto.ca . I personally filled the application form ion here and now own acondo according to my needs and requirements.
Jazz / November 20, 2013 at 04:03 am
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Craigslist and padmapper are good. I also find one website even better, with well organized house rental information.
www.rentalguru.ca
WARNING DO NOT RENT / January 9, 2014 at 01:31 pm
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DO NOT rent anywhere in the Dovercour Bloor apartment buildings 730 Dovercourt road and its other buildings 1100$ a month nothing included coin laundry HORRIBLE landlords and staff BEDBUGS LOTS OF THEM MICE ETC SO MANY PROBLEMS save yourself.
Jennifer / February 11, 2014 at 06:59 am
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I searched my rental apartment at http://toronto.localmartca.com/apartments-condos/ also very useful website. The prices are reasonable there and you can also search according different criteria, like price, location, photos, pet-friendly apartments etc. I agree that using online resources to help renters find the perfect property isn't a recent trend, but it’s really a good way to find property or other things staying at home, when you have time to think it over and talk to your relatives.
jen / May 28, 2014 at 02:03 pm
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Kijiji has way too many listings that repeat. It's a bit hard to filter through the noise. I like www.viewit.ca, www.rentersconnect.ca, and www.myhood.ca
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