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February 26, 2024

The most expensive city in Ontario Canada to rent a 3-bedroom apartment in the city centre is …

Dear future neighbour,

In the city of Toronto, Ontario you can rent a three bedroom apartment for an average of $4,384 in the city centre. This is according to statistics available on Numbeo.com which are gathered from residents of the city.

Unfortunately, accommodation cannot be the only factor you consider when moving to a new city. It’s worth noting that rental prices can vary depending on the neighborhood, building amenities, and other factors. While Toronto offers a wide range of cultural, entertainment, and employment opportunities, the cost of housing remains a significant consideration for residents. For the next month, we will review these factors and recommend cities based on statistics to help you make an informed decision.

See below in descending order the full list of the cities where rent is most expensive in the city centre in the province of Ontario:

  1. Toronto – $4,384
  2. Markham – $3,766
  3. Mississauga – $3,733
  4. Richmond Hill – $3,666
  5. Vaughan – $3,600
  6. London – $3,350
  7. Ottawa – $3,311
  8. Sarnia – $3,250
  9. Woodstock – $3,250
  10. Waterloo- $3,225
  11. Orillia – $3,200
  12. Burlington – $3,150
  13. Guelph -$3,128
  14. Brampton – $3,125
  15. Pickering – $3,033
  16. Stratford – $3,000

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