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The top 10 apartment rental websites in Toronto

Apartment rentals in Toronto are a lot easier to find when you know where to look. Using a decent website is always a good first step. While Craigslist and Kijiji should be on every renter's list, there are other great options too.

Here are my picks for the top apartment rental websites in Toronto.

PadMapper

The intuitive map-based design really helps when your apartment search is neighbourhood-driven. Similar to View It, this site allows you to filter by number of rooms, price, and type of accommodation.

Toronto Rentals

Filter searches by price range, property type, bedrooms, bathrooms, furnished/unfurnished, and even pet friendliness. From there, you can browse hundreds of units in either a list or map format.

Walk Score

What sets this website apart from the others is that you can find apartments by using a variety of different filters. Search apartments by commute time, walk score, distance from public transit and desired neighbourhoods.

Rent Seeker

Not only does the website show you the average rent for different types of units in Toronto it also highlights three property details of each unit as you search. Once you select one you like, browse through photos, floor plans, and other details.

4Rent

Browse different units around the city through either their list view or map view. You can save units you like and read through their tenant tips which is great for first time renters.

Rentals.ca

Search for thousands of apartments by city, neighbourhood or even a specific address. From there you can filter rent, number of beds, and if pets are welcome. 

View It

Enabling the savvy apartment-seeker to search by rental company, neighbourhood, price, and preferred type of residence makes this website an easy online option. Most listings come with photos, and the site allows you to save queries and receive email notifications.

Casalova

Search hundreds of Toronto condo listings available through this website. Narrow down your search by selecting your budget, size, and availability date.

Condos.ca

For those looking to a rent a condo, this website can help you narrow down your hunt by allowing you to draw your desired area and searching for a unit within its location. The website is free to browse as long as you sign up.

Realtors

If you're condo hunting with a realtor, chances are they've guided you to this website. Find your dream home by narrowing down your search with preferences of budget, bedrooms, bathrooms and number of days on the market.

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