110 Charlton St W Beautiful Studio/1 Bedroom Apartment Available Hamilton, ON#1522540
- 1 Bed
- 1 Bath
110 Charlton St W Located in the heart of the highly sought after Durand Neighbourhood, this small, newly renovated, main level, studio/1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment is available May 1, 2017.
Apartments for rent Hamilton, ON
Hamilton, a port city in Ontario Canada, is attracting many people looking for a house, condo or apartment for rent due to its strong, growing and diversified economy. Located about an hour and 30-minute drive from Toronto, it is nicely distanced from the rush and excitement of Canada’s largest city while still being within commuting distance affording residents the benefits of big city living whenever so desired. For the outdoor enthusiasts, the city has many golf courses and green spaces as well as bowling alleys, shopping malls and movie theaters. About a 2-hour drive from Buffalo, NY those considering renting here will be pleased to know they can take advantage of cross-border shopping and leverage unprecedented discounts at outlet malls just over state lines.
Unlike many other cities in Ontario, this city has a sort of social cohesiveness that attracts and binds residents. From their love of the Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League to their passion for Tim Horton’s coffee and doughnuts, residents of the city are iconic Canadians and well celebrated in the greater Niagara region. Famously known as 'The City of Waterfalls' because of the many waterfall trails along the escarpments, this area is an attractive housing market and is among the more desirable places to live in Ontario.
Cost of living
Hamilton rentals are generally affordable and in good condition. The cost of living is less expensive than other larger cities in the region, such as Toronto, Etobicoke and Mississauga, but still costly. It is wise to view many properties before renting, as prices are known to vary even within city limits.
Apartment Rental Statistics Hamilton, ON
Renting tips & advice
Budget For A Rental You Can Afford
When looking for a home in Hamilton budget wisely. Your monthly rental expenses should be no more than 50% of your before-tax income. When searching for rental property be sure to know how much you can afford to spend. Remember that many units for rent here will require you to pay security deposits in advance of moving in. Having a narrowly defined budget will make your search run much more smoothly.
Utilities Are Extra
Unless renting a whole unit that includes all common charges such as cable, power, water, gas and electrical, you will be required to pay additional living costs so make sure to leave room in your rental budget for them. Landlords in Ontario frequently ask tenants to post first and last month’s rent in advance of moving in. For those considering a move here, it is best to speak with the various landlords and property managers to understand what they want and how you can work and live together.
Focus On The Features & Amenities You Truly Need
When searching for a place to rent, consider the things that are most important to you and use those features and amenities (location, cost, extras) as your guide. Take advantage of the many finder tools on ApartmentLove.com (including the Search By Map) too focus your rental efforts on places that dovetail with your needs and wants. For instance, if you do not own a car there’s no reason to require reserved parking spaces. If you have pets, make sure to be looking at places for rent that allow pets.
Sign A Lease After Agreeing To All Terms
Make a point to personally view the rental property before signing any lease agreements. When viewing the property, be sure to take plenty of notes so that you can carefully consider the pros and cons of available property rental options. If you notice damages, confirm with the landlord that they will repair the space before you take possession.
Get Everything In Writing
Most individual property owners and landlords are good about producing lease agreements and especially so if dealing with a proper management company or commercial landlord. Make sure that you understand the terms of the lease and if necessary have an attorney review the contract details before signing. A strong lease agreement is in your best interest and is an area of the rental engine that is extremely important.