Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

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$1,750 CAD

Rental Suite Amenities: Suites are fully renovated with laminate floors, tile kitchen and bathroom. New carpets and new appliances.Building Amenities: Greenwood rental apartment building is family friendly with onsite laundry, grounds include playground, outdoor and underground parking (fee required), outdoor swimming pool.Neighborhood: Greenwood rental apartments are only 10 minute walk to Sky Train. Walking distance to; transit, Patullo Bridge, schools, daycare, city ce

$1,750 CAD

Rental Unit Amenities: Refrigerator, range, balcony, blinds and laminate floors.Building Amenities: Outdoor swimming pool, full time maintenance, secured entry with intercom and covered parking (fee required).Neighborhood: Ashley Court rental apartment building is just within walking distance to; Reformed Theological College, shopping centers, superstores, schools, library, gym and transit stations.*Pet Clause: We are happy to welcome your family dog or cat to come

$1,800 CAD

Welcome to Cedartree VillageRental Suite Amenities: Renovated 1,2,3 bedroom suites. Most suites have fireplaces, laminate floors, ceramic tiles, new paint, blinds, light fixtures. Some suites have washer and dryer hook-ups.Building Amenities: CONDO-STYLED APARTMENTS. Family oriented complex in Newton area of Surrey.fulltime maintenance, secured entry with intercom and parking (fee required).Neighborhood: Cedartree rental apartment building is within walking distanc

$1,900 CAD

Welcome to Mainstreet EstatesModern Suites Available At The Best Location In SurreyWe are within walking distance to Superstore, Wal-Mart, Guildford mall, Guildford recreation center, the Guildford Library, two elementary schools and a high school. We are located on a busy bus route where you can get anywhere you may need to go (Surrey Central is 8 minutes away!), and we are also very close to Hwy #1!Our suites are newly renovated with laminate and tile flooring, pain

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Apartments for rent Surrey, BC

Surrey, British Columbia is a great city and is growing fast! It is the largest suburb in Vancouver and is known for its many diverse residents and unique culture.  Residents frequent the many vineyards in the region and play countless rounds of golf each year when not relaxing by the ocean and kicking-back with their feet in the cool sand on an otherwise warm summer afternoon.  As a satellite city to the much larger and more metropolitan city of Vancouver, Surrey attracts many tourists, thanks in large part to its well-kept and beautifully maintained parks and green spaces in addition to wonderful museums and shopping malls. 

Thanks to a mild climate and warm weather that blows in from the water, the area sees very little snowfall each year making renting attractive for many runners and bikers alike.  Home to many accredited post-secondary institutions, the city has a great number of well-educated residents and is attracting working professionals seeking jobs in any number of industries now commonly found here. Thanks to the influx in migration, places for rent have become a hot commodity and are in near constant demand.

The cost of living in Surrey, BC is considered expensive by many.  While less expensive than neighboring Vancouver, those considering renting are encouraged to set a narrowly defined list of needed features and amenities and to budget as much as they can reasonably afford before viewing any properties as expectations may not be in line with what’s available in such a heated marketplace.

Apartment Rental Statistics Surrey, BC

Rental Type Active
Studio Apartments for Rent 1 $1,100 $1,100 $1,100
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 9 $1,175 $1,365 $1,274
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 12 $1,375 $1,995 $1,593
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 12 $1,550 $2,600 $1,873

Renting tips & advice

Make Sure You Can Afford The Cost Of Rent And All Utilities

You need to make sure your monthly rent is an amount you can afford and that you’ve properly accounted for all the additional items like utilities and parking too.  At the absolute most, your rent should be no more than 50% of your after-tax net income.  Keeping at least half of your take-home pay will allow you to pay for everyday items such as groceries and everyday household items without overextending yourself. Know your rental budget and adhere to it when considering which place is best for you.  Some units for rent will pay for utilities such as garbage and water, try to rent one of those places to save money. 

View Places At Night As Well As On Weekends

To get the most complete understanding of what living and renting in this city is like, you are going to need to visit the property after hours, on weekends and even at night.  You will get a great feel of what the complex is really like during these times. Generally, when you visit a space during the day, there aren't a lot of people around and you may not get a true feel for what the location is really like. You do not want any surprises once you move in, so it is always best to look at the community in every way you can beforehand committing to a lease agreement and moving in.  Places to rent should be seen by your friends or family so they can give you a second opinion on the rental.

Have All Of Your Moving Information Ready

You want to have everything that you need ready when you are preparing to find a home. When you go to see a place, you should have your paperwork completed and that includes a copy of the rental application as well as a list of references, a recent credit report and a security clearance as well.  When you are going to sign your lease, make sure you have prior rental history, vehicular information, pay stubs and all other important information that you may need.  You can call ahead to the apartment leasing office to learn what materials are required and we encourage all prospective tenants to make that call.

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