910 St. Andrews Street Bachelor available at 910 St. Andrews Street, New Westminster New Westminster, BC#004004
- 1 Bath
Rental office is located at 810 St. Andrews StreetWelcome to The Laurels offeiring spacious apartments for rent in New Westminster, British Columbia! Centrally located in a quiet residential neighbourhood in New Westminster`s Uptown District, this building is near restaurants
1210 Cameron St. Cameron Manor 1 - Bachelor New Westminster, BC#6016029
- 1 Bath
FULLY RENOVATED.Rental Suite Amenities: Newly renovated. New kitchen cabinets and appliances, sleek black granite countertop, ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen and bathroom. Wood laminate floors throughout. New bathrooms.Building Amenities: On-site laundry, secured entry with intercom, parking (fee required).Pet friendly.Neighborhood: Cameron 1 rental apartment building has easy access to: Hwy 1, Pattulo Bridge and Queensborough Bridge. Gorgeous panoramic
1211 Cameron St. Cameron Manor 2 - Bachelor New Westminster, BC#6016047
- 1 Bath
FULLY RENOVATED.Rental Suite Amenities: Newly renovated. New kitchen cabinets and appliances, sleek black granite counter top, ceramic tile flooring in the kitchen and bathroom. Wood laminate floors throughout. New bathrooms.Building Amenities: On-site laundry, secured entry with intercom, parking (fee required).Pet friendly.Neighborhood: Cameron 1 rental apartment building has easy access to: Hwy 1, Pattulo Bridge and Queensborough Bridge. Gorgeous panorami
Apartments for rent New Westminster, BC
New Westminster is the oldest city in Western Canada and has a rich history. Though recent developments have brought many changes to the city’s real estate scene including the construction of new condos for rent, studio apartments for rent and an increase in the number of student rooms for rent,the city has managed to maintain its small town aura over the years.
If public transportation is a mainstay of your lifestyle, then this is the most convenient place you will ever find! Most places are within walking distance of Sky train stations providing access throughout Metro Vancouver and the local city, affectionately referred to as New West by locals, the distinct honor of being a walker’s paradise.The Fraser River runs through the city adding to the activities in which a resident of the town can participate. Visiting a park like Westminster Pier Park which the river runs through gives you a sense of how beautiful the city is. Use our online finders and guides to seek out premiere locations for rent, and look forward to renting in the very near future! Utilizing our search platform will allow you to find more specific rentals.
Cost of living
New Westminster has considerably lower rental rates and associated cost of living than most areas in and around Vancouver. It is one of the least expensive cities to live in Metro Vancouver and residents take advantage of that fact by traveling extensively and frequenting the many excellent restaurants in Vancouver.
Apartment Rental Statistics New Westminster, BC
Renting tips & advice
When looking for New Westminster rentals; consider the following:
Do Your Best To Improve Your Credit Score
Having good credit is an excellent sales pitch to everyone even remotely involved in the real estate industry. Good credit shows that you are reliable and will do all that you can to ensure your financial obligations, such as paying rent in a timely manner, are done and done to the very best of your abilities.
Have Your Paperwork Complete And Ready For Presentation
At the very least, look presentable. Think of applying for renting in the same context as applying for a job. Dress nicely, be on-time and be polite. First impressions last and go a long way in establishing a good relationship with your landlord. Have a list of references who will give you a positive review and make sure their contact information is accurate. Students are encouraged to view listings with their parents as they may be asked to cosign the lease agreement especially for first time renters.
Inspect Before Moving In
Every prospective tenant should ask this question, "is what I am seeing what I am getting?" Different places have different features and amenities, but at the very core are your most basic needs been being satisfied? Before you move into a new place, bring a professional or someone whose opinion you trust to inspect the premises along with you. Check for any faults that you may have missed including the locks on doors and windows, the washrooms, pet policy, electrical wiring and structural issues. Ensure everything is in order before signing the lease and committing to a place to rent over another.
Talk To Existing Tenants
Before signing the lease, it is in your best interest to talk with existing residents and ask for their honest opinion of what renting in the area is like. This practice will give you a sort of inside out view of the apartment, the landlord and the community from those who know them best.