Airdrie, Alberta, Canada

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$2,000Per Month

1530 Bayside Ave SW Immaculately Designed 3 Bedroom Townhome Airdrie, AB#2780619

  • 3 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • $2,000

Brand new townhome in new Airdrie community of Bayside. Our unit features three bedrooms on the third floor - the master bedroom has en-suite bathroom with his and her sinks! There is an additional fu

$1,400Per Month

700 - Willowbrook Road NW Central Apartments - 1 Bedroom Airdrie, AB#2727101

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,400

Quality long term rental or bridge to new home ownership (single family or attached) – we’re your best choice in town!  Let’s talk!Units Now Available: • 1 Bedroom units starting at on

$1,395Per Month

12 Windford Link 2 Bedroom Townhouse for Rent in Airdrie Airdrie, AB#2640296

  • 2 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • $1,395

2 bedroom, 1.5 baths townhouse located in Windsong. The town home features single attached garage, natural light all day long, and great view of the mountains. Inside you will find a ver

$1,200Per Month

20 Kingsland Close SE King's Heights - 2 Bedroom Airdrie, AB#2606062

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,200

SPRING SAVINGS! Ask us how you can save $100 per room per month for ONE YEAR!Ask about business leases and our discounts for seniors, EMS and military personnel. Get to know u

$974Per Month

400 Tower Lane Dr. 2 Bedroom Airdrie, AB#001805

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $974

Celebrate savings in 2017! Sign a 1 year lease and receive 3 months free rent. Call today for details! INCENTIVES $699 Security Deposit! Telus High Speed

$862Per Month

400 Tower Lane Dr. 1 Bedroom Airdrie, AB#001804

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $862

Celebrate savings in 2017! Sign a 1 year lease and receive 3 months free rent. Call today for details! INCENTIVES $699 Security Deposit! Telus High Speed

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Apartments for rent Airdrie, AB

Located in Alberta, Canada within the Calgary Region, Airdrie is home to thousands of people. This city is one of the fastest developing communities. Because it is located ten minutes north of Calgary, workers can easily commute to the larger metropolitan area. This city offers an array of attractions, shopping districts, serene neighborhoods, and beautiful scenery. Visitors often overlook one of the city’s finest attractions, Nose Creek Valley Museum. With thousands of places for rent, prospective tenants can live in a small town setting with big city conveniences.

Many residents are between the ages 25-44. The city has stable economic growth and shows no signs of slowing. Its increasing employment opportunities, growing population, sturdy provincial economy, and proximity to the Calgary International Airport make it poised to continue its development. Prospective tenants will find plenty locations for rent near places of worship, schools, shopping districts, and centers for recreation. Complexes for rent are clean, well-kept, pet-friendly, located in quiet neighborhoods and offer a host of amenities. Use the various finder tools on to help speed up your search and narrow results.

Cost of living

The cost of living in the city of Airdrie is significantly cheaper than most cities. Prospective tenants are encouraged to move here to give themselves a financial break. Although it is relatively cost efficient, it is always wise to remain mindful of one's budget. Develop a monthly plan that includes all possible expenses and act accordingly.

Apartment Rental Statistics Airdrie, AB

Rental Type Active
Studio 0 $0 $0 $0
1 Bedroom 2 $862 $1,400 $1,131
2 Bedroom 3 $974 $1,395 $1,190
3 Bedroom 1 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
Summary 6 $959 $1,199 $1,080
Updated: 21-Apr-2018 02:03:04 UTC

Renting tips & advice

When choosing a place to rent in Airdrie, Alberta it is a good idea to be well-informed. The following renting tips combined with can help you find an ideal home:

Develop A Budget Based On The Area

Set a plan for your monthly expenditures based on the area you choose to live in. Items or services expensive in one area may be significantly lower in another, so it is best to determine financial trends and spend accordingly. Although most prefer to spend no more than half of their after-tax net income on housing cost, spending will depend on income level and the cost of living for the area.

Make Yourself A Desirable Tenant

The housing market is competitive, so prepare your check book and references before you begin searching for places for rent. In a few markets, tenants will be expected to pay for the first and last month's rent, security deposit, and a few additional fees. It is suggested renters guarantee extra money upfront to show financial responsibility. Carrying a letter from an employer as proof of employment is another way.

Scope Out The Community

Before deciding on an specific location to rent, a prospective tenant must consider the neighborhood. Some tenants decide solely on amenities, rent, and landowner, and to their regret, end up living in an undesirable area. Talk to existing residents, look at online reviews, or visit the area during all times of the day to get a realistic view on how it is.

Thoroughly View The Space

It is risky to rent based solely on online photos and information, and may result in unseen difficulties in the future. Conduct a thorough walk through in person. Make sure everything works, including any appliances. Also, document any pre-existing damages before moving in and the state your rental is in before moving out.

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