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1,226 Rentals in Alberta, Canada.

$980 CAD / month

577 N End Rd, Wembley, Alberta, Canada

  • 4 Beds
  • Internet Included
  • 1 Bath
  • Outdoor Play Area
$940 CAD / month

577 N End Rd, Wembley, Alberta, Canada

  • 7 Beds
  • Internet Included
  • 1 Bath
  • Outdoor Play Area
$1,005 CAD / month

135 Lynnview Road SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Management Office
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,329 CAD / month

150-8930 Jasper Ave. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Dishwasher
  • 2 Baths
  • Refrigerator
$1,199 CAD / month

150-8930 Jasper Ave. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Dishwasher
  • 1 Bath
  • Refrigerator
$1,195 CAD / month

924 7th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Secure Entry
  • 1 Bath
  • Management Office
$970 CAD / month

924 7th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Secure Entry
  • 1 Bath
  • Management Office
$1,380 CAD / month

135 Lynnview Road SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 3 Beds
  • Management Office
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$910 CAD / month

6707 Elbow Drive SW , Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • Studio
  • Gym / Fitness Centre
  • 1 Bath
  • Secure Entry
$1,080 CAD / month

342 15th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Secure Entry
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,295 CAD / month

915 13th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Heat Included
  • 1 Bath
  • Balcony / Deck
$1,295 CAD / month

1017 11th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 1.5 Beds
  • Transit Nearby
  • 1 Bath
  • Dishwasher
$1,225 CAD / month

912 6th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Management Office
  • 1 Bath
  • Furnished
$950 CAD / month

342 15th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • Studio
  • Secure Entry
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,145 CAD / month

9100 Bonaventure Drive SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Secure Entry
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,050 CAD / month

182 - 300 Marina Drive, Chestermere, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Dishwasher
  • 1 Bath
  • Refrigerator
$1,339 CAD / month

10167 118 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Dishwasher
  • 1 Bath
  • Refrigerator
$1,079 CAD / month

10250 115 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • Studio
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,399 CAD / month

10250 115 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$910 CAD / month

10250 115 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 1 Bed
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,459 CAD / month

8630 182 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 3 Beds
  • Dishwasher
  • 2 Baths
  • Refrigerator
$1,489 CAD / month

7424 141 Ave. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 2 Beds
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$979 CAD / month

10250 115 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • Studio
  • Refrigerator
  • 1 Bath
  • Heat Included
$1,289 CAD / month

8630 182 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

  • 3 Beds
  • Dishwasher
  • 2 Baths
  • Refrigerator
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Encompassing the beauty of the Rocky Mountains and the rolling plains of the prairies, the province of Alberta is one of Canada’s most desirable places to live and work.  Home to millions of permanent residents as well as many professional sports teams and is also known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding in the picturesque vacation towns in and around Banff, Alberta.  The province of Alberta is rich in natural resources and is the center of Canada’s billion-dollar energy sector.  From its capitol city in Edmonton to its business and innovation centers in Calgary and throughout the southern portion of the province, Alberta is quickly becoming a favorite place for students, professionals, families and retirees looking for open spaces without sacrificing connectivity and culture to call home. 

Alberta is an attractive apartment rental market because of its low tax rates, high average incomes, established and growing metropolitan cities and developing arts and cultural scenes.  From the many parks, museums, science centers, festivals and annual celebrations like the world famous “Calgary Stampede,” living in the province of Alberta is an energizing and exciting time of your life. Studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments and newly constructed downtown condos are abundant in Alberta’s two most major cities –Calgary and Edmonton.  With numerous universities and colleges across the province, cheap apartments and rooms for rent are also available and often near green spaces, downtown cores and university campuses.  As a progressive province in-tune with the needs and wants of today’s millennial generation, Alberta landlords are making rent to own homes more available as apartment owners, real estate investors and developers across Alberta seek to attract long-term and well-qualified tenants by providing the freedoms and flexibility afforded renters with the stability and financial security afforded by home ownership.

The cost of living in major metropolitan cities like Calgary and Edmonton is comparable to other large markets in Canada, but the government of Alberta has encouraged developers to build more affordable apartments and condos.  Additionally, Alberta is the only province in Canada with no provincial sales tax (only general sales tax “GST” which is paid by all Canadians), the lowest tax on gasoline and is among the lowest property tax bases in Canada.

Apartment Rentals Alberta ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 111 $625 $1,350
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 477 $675 $2,959
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 563 $799 $3,659
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 289 $739 $5,500

When looking for luxury apartments for rent, townhomes for rent or rooms for rent and cheap apartments for rent in Alberta, Canada; it’s best to consider the following before signing a lease:

Apartment Prices Vary from City to City

Ina province as diverse as Alberta it’s to be expected that the average apartment rent will vary from city to city.  The average cost of a 2-bedroom apt for rent in either Calgary or Fort McMurray are known to be considerably more expensive than the average cost of a comparable 2-bedroom apt for rent in Edmonton, Lethbridge, or Red Deer, Alberta.  

The best advice is to use your budget as your “apartment guide” and be receptive to the price changes in each market. Additionally, use the many search filters on ApartmentLove.com to create a custom “apartment finder” focusing on the aspects of your next rental home that are most important to you (price, location, features and amenities) and you’ll end up renting an apartment that fits your budget and dovetails with your lifestyle in any city. 

Features and Amenities vary from city to city

What’s commonly available in one province or state may not necessarily be common place in another.  For instance, outdoor swimming pools are the norm in warmer climates across the southern states, but less so in Alberta, Canada where there are four distinct seasons.  The best course of action is to itemize the features and amenities you desire the most and note the features and amenities you could live without – such as an outdoor swimming pool in a colder climate.  Flexibility in this regard will help you find an apartment that suits your lifestyle and will allow you to live the apartment life you want!

Have your paperwork ready when meeting landlords

With a limited supply of apartments for rent in Alberta on the market at any given time, its best to have your rental application and supporting documentation ready when meeting with landlords so you can act quickly when you find an apartment for rent in Alberta that excites you.  Having a recent copy of your credit report along with a letter stating your monthly income from your employer and a list of character references including your former landlord will show that you’re a qualified and motivated potential tenant which will increase your chances of signing a new apartment lease. 

Expect to pay a damage deposit when renting apartments in Alberta

It is customary in the province of Alberta for landlords to request a refundable damage deposit from tenants.  Damage deposits are rarely more than 1-month’s rent but for first time renters or high-end luxury properties a landlord could request a larger damage deposit for added security.  While some landlords waive the damage deposit as a rental incentive, it’s best that prospective tenants budget for the added cost of a damage deposit when beginning their apartment search in Alberta.  At the end of your tenancy, Alberta landlords are required by law to return your damage deposit after settling the costs of all or any repairs to the apartment that are beyond the scope of “reasonable wear and tear” resulting from your renting the apartment, condo or town home. 

Apartment Rentals Alberta ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 111 $625 $1,350
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 477 $675 $2,959
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 563 $799 $3,659
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 289 $739 $5,500

Encompassing the beauty of the Rocky Mountains and the rolling plains of the prairies, the province of Alberta is one of Canada’s most desirable places to live and work.  Home to millions of permanent residents as well as many professional sports teams and is also known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding in the picturesque vacation towns in and around Banff, Alberta.  The province of Alberta is rich in natural resources and is the center of Canada’s billion-dollar energy sector.  From its capitol city in Edmonton to its business and innovation centers in Calgary and throughout the southern portion of the province, Alberta is quickly becoming a favorite place for students, professionals, families and retirees looking for open spaces without sacrificing connectivity and culture to call home. 

Alberta is an attractive apartment rental market because of its low tax rates, high average incomes, established and growing metropolitan cities and developing arts and cultural scenes.  From the many parks, museums, science centers, festivals and annual celebrations like the world famous “Calgary Stampede,” living in the province of Alberta is an energizing and exciting time of your life. Studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments and newly constructed downtown condos are abundant in Alberta’s two most major cities –Calgary and Edmonton.  With numerous universities and colleges across the province, cheap apartments and rooms for rent are also available and often near green spaces, downtown cores and university campuses.  As a progressive province in-tune with the needs and wants of today’s millennial generation, Alberta landlords are making rent to own homes more available as apartment owners, real estate investors and developers across Alberta seek to attract long-term and well-qualified tenants by providing the freedoms and flexibility afforded renters with the stability and financial security afforded by home ownership.

The cost of living in major metropolitan cities like Calgary and Edmonton is comparable to other large markets in Canada, but the government of Alberta has encouraged developers to build more affordable apartments and condos.  Additionally, Alberta is the only province in Canada with no provincial sales tax (only general sales tax “GST” which is paid by all Canadians), the lowest tax on gasoline and is among the lowest property tax bases in Canada.

When looking for luxury apartments for rent, townhomes for rent or rooms for rent and cheap apartments for rent in Alberta, Canada; it’s best to consider the following before signing a lease:

Apartment Prices Vary from City to City

Ina province as diverse as Alberta it’s to be expected that the average apartment rent will vary from city to city.  The average cost of a 2-bedroom apt for rent in either Calgary or Fort McMurray are known to be considerably more expensive than the average cost of a comparable 2-bedroom apt for rent in Edmonton, Lethbridge, or Red Deer, Alberta.  

The best advice is to use your budget as your “apartment guide” and be receptive to the price changes in each market. Additionally, use the many search filters on ApartmentLove.com to create a custom “apartment finder” focusing on the aspects of your next rental home that are most important to you (price, location, features and amenities) and you’ll end up renting an apartment that fits your budget and dovetails with your lifestyle in any city. 

Features and Amenities vary from city to city

What’s commonly available in one province or state may not necessarily be common place in another.  For instance, outdoor swimming pools are the norm in warmer climates across the southern states, but less so in Alberta, Canada where there are four distinct seasons.  The best course of action is to itemize the features and amenities you desire the most and note the features and amenities you could live without – such as an outdoor swimming pool in a colder climate.  Flexibility in this regard will help you find an apartment that suits your lifestyle and will allow you to live the apartment life you want!

Have your paperwork ready when meeting landlords

With a limited supply of apartments for rent in Alberta on the market at any given time, its best to have your rental application and supporting documentation ready when meeting with landlords so you can act quickly when you find an apartment for rent in Alberta that excites you.  Having a recent copy of your credit report along with a letter stating your monthly income from your employer and a list of character references including your former landlord will show that you’re a qualified and motivated potential tenant which will increase your chances of signing a new apartment lease. 

Expect to pay a damage deposit when renting apartments in Alberta

It is customary in the province of Alberta for landlords to request a refundable damage deposit from tenants.  Damage deposits are rarely more than 1-month’s rent but for first time renters or high-end luxury properties a landlord could request a larger damage deposit for added security.  While some landlords waive the damage deposit as a rental incentive, it’s best that prospective tenants budget for the added cost of a damage deposit when beginning their apartment search in Alberta.  At the end of your tenancy, Alberta landlords are required by law to return your damage deposit after settling the costs of all or any repairs to the apartment that are beyond the scope of “reasonable wear and tear” resulting from your renting the apartment, condo or town home. 

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