Burlington, Ontario, Canada

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$1,611Per Month

110 Plains Road, W. The Azalea at the Royal Gardens - The Poplar Burlington, ON#4445415

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,611

Need easy access to the QEW, Highway 403 and GO Station in Burlington? Then look no further - The Azalea at the Royal Gardens

$1,880Per Month

130 Plains Road, W. The Aster at the Royal Gardens - The Balsam Burlington, ON#4445393

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $1,880

Find the perfect place to live at The Aster at the Royal Gardens. This rental apartment building in Burlington, Ontario has lake views

$2,320Per Month

2500 Brant Street 2500 Brant - Three Bedroom Townhouse Burlington, ON#4259668

  • 3 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • $2,320

2500 Brant StThese town houses are situated in a quiet and beautiful neighborhood, just minutes away from downtown Burlington.The private complex contains only 10 Units

$2,024Per Month

168 Plains Road, W. The Trillium at the Royal Gardens - The Aspen Burlington, ON#4133726

  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • $2,024

The Trillium at the Royal Gardens an apartment for rent in Burlington Ontario is tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood, but conveniently

$2,075Per Month

2067 Prospect Street 2067 Prospect Street - 2 Bedroom Burlington, ON#4044266

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,075

2067 PROSPECT STREET  Prospect Street is located on a quiet and beautiful tree lined block, and offers the convenience of being minutes away from Burl

$1,845Per Month

2067 Prospect Street 2067 Prospect Street - 1 Bedroom Burlington, ON#4044265

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,845

2067 PROSPECT STREET  Prospect Street is located on a quiet and beautiful tree lined block, and offers the convenience of being minutes away from Burl

$2,095Per Month

2077 Prospect Street 2077 Prospect Street - 2 Bedroom Burlington, ON#3992136

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,095

2067 PROSPECT STREET  Prospect Street is located on a quiet and beautiful tree lined block, and offers the convenience of being minutes away from Burl

$1,850Per Month

1420 Tyandaga Park Drive, Unit 1C 3 Bdrm Townhouse available at 1420 Tyandaga Park Drive, Unit 1C Burlington, ON#383128

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,850

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$2,135Per Month

1440 Tyandaga Park Drive 3 Bdrm available at 1440 Tyandaga Park Drive, Burlington Burlington, ON#289788

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,135

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$1,650Per Month

1275 Elgin Street 1275 Elgin Street - Two Bedroom Apartment Burlington, ON#269097

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,650

Perfectly located in south Burlington with a brand new main floor gym!! 2 blocks to waterfront, transit at the door or walk to downtown shops. Upper floors have lake views. Suites feature pa

$1,850Per Month

1440 Tyandaga Park Drive 2 Bdrm available at 1440 Tyandaga Park Drive, Burlington Burlington, ON#004442

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,850

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$2,050Per Month

505 Locust Street 2 Bdrm available at 505 Locust Street, Burlington Burlington, ON#004040

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,050

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$1,630Per Month

5200 Lakeshore Road 1 Bdrm available at 5200 Lakeshore Road, Burlington Burlington, ON#004039

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,630

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$1,835Per Month

5200 Lakeshore Road 2 Bdrm available at 5200 Lakeshore Road, Burlington Burlington, ON#003872

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,835

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$1,695Per Month

4067 Longmoor Drive 2 Bdrm available at 4067 Longmoor Drive, Burlington Burlington, ON#003871

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,695

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$1,595Per Month

4067 Longmoor Drive 1 Bdrm available at 4067 Longmoor Drive, Burlington Burlington, ON#003870

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,595

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$1,650Per Month

640 Guelph Line 2 Bdrm available at 640 Guelph Line, Burlington Burlington, ON#003866

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,650

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Apartments for rent Burlington, ON

The city of Burlington, ON is part of the Greater Toronto Area Halton Region and rests along the western edge of Lake Ontario.  Officially counted in the Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area, residents in the area enjoy waterfront views at a fraction of the living costs of their neighbors in Toronto.  Located just a short drive from southern Ontario’s wine country in the Niagara valley, residents aren’t subject to the extreme real estate prices in Toronto despite being well-within driving distance to the all that life in Canada’s largest city has to offer.  It is easy to understand why this community has become such an attractive market and why the city continues to grow and attract new tenants each year. 

There are many kinds of homes for rent in the area, each of which offering different elements that appeal to the unique rental needs of each potential tenant.  One Bedroom apartments for rent are affordable, low-maintenance living spaces that appeal to the many college and university aged students attending the numerous post-secondary schools in the area.  Two Bedrooms include more living space, albeit at a slightly higher monthly rent than a one bedroom, and are generally coveted by young couples and working professionals in this area.  It is common for couples to convert one of the bedrooms into an office space or to make the extra bedroom available as a room for rent and cheap space for a well-qualified student.  Three bedrooms are less common in this city than in other places of a comparable size but are available for prospective tenants willing to pay the higher monthly rent.  

Cost of living

Burlington, ON is a vibrant area that attracts renters from across the province of Ontario.  Residents enjoy a very high standard of living and a low cost of living.  Real estate prices are nowhere near those in neighboring Toronto which means landlords, property manager and real estate investors can rent apartments at affordable price points and still earn a solid return on investment from the region.

Apartment Rental Statistics Burlington, ON

Rental Type Active
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Studio 1 $1,055 $1,055 $1,055
1 Bedroom 4 $1,595 $1,845 $1,670
2 Bedroom 10 $1,650 $2,095 $1,880
3 Bedroom 3 $1,850 $2,320 $2,102
Summary 18 $1,538 $1,711 $1,677
Updated: 17-Feb-2019 02:03:06 UTC

Renting tips & advice

When looking to rent in Burlington, consider the following tips:

Complete your research

Take your time and look through as many places as possible. Performing due diligence will make a more informed decision which will ultimately let you rest assured that you made the right decision. Looking at more locations increases the likelihood that you will find one that will check as many boxes on your checklist as possible.

Stay Grounded When Looking at Rental Spaces

Many people looking for rentals expect to find the place of their dreams.  It is very important to know what you’re looking for in a place, but you must remain reasonable especially when as it relates to your budget.  In simple terms, good complexes are costly and the best apartments are expensive!  Be realistic with your list of needs and wants.  Keep an open mind and be flexible with items that aren’t so important to you while standing firm on others that are.  With many available locations for rent; you are sure to find one that works for you.  

Know what you want

Some people are more free-spirited and will go looking for a place with no parameters in mind. Being unprepared may work for some, but in most cases planning is essential. Write down what you want from your home and establish a baseline or rough idea of what your next place should look like.  Careful planning will go a long way when you ultimately need to make an informed rental decision and sign a lease. 

Position Yourself as a likeable tenant

Increase your chances of getting something by paying the security deposit, a non-refundable application fee, a finder or a broker fee and any other fees upfront.  You may also ask your parents to co-sign for the lease if you do not have a long employment or credit history because their signatures will give the landlord an added measure of security and peace of mind when deciding whether to rent to you.  

Budget for miscellaneous costs

Apart from paying rent, you may also be expected to pay utility bills like electricity, cable and heat. You might also find that the costs of these extras can considerably increase your total monthly rent. Speak with the landlord before renting the place and ask them to detail the expected monthly costs of utilities or to have them included in the cost of your rent.

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