Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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$2,600Per Month

8 Timberline Private 3 Bdrm Townhouse available at 8 Timberline Private, Ottawa Ottawa, ON#393220

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,600

Rental office is located at 8 Timberline PrivatePicture yourself enjoying the perfect balance of city and suburban life in our Timberland townhomes for rent in Ottawa. Situated in an elegant rental enclave among a quiet, peaceful neighbourhood, you’ll live in close proximity to all the amenit

$2,000Per Month

650 Woodcliffe Private 3 Bdrm Townhouse available at 650 Woodcliffe Private, Ottawa Ottawa, ON#393217

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $2,000

Rental office is located at 650 Woodcliffe PrivateIt's easy to fall in love with our Forestview townhomes for rent in Ottawa, located in a mature, family-friendly community in Orléans in East Ottawa.  The area is bursting with parks, forests, restaurants and cafés, bilingual schools, and w

$1,950Per Month

1749 Aspenview Way 3 Bdrm Townhouse available at 1749 Aspenview Way, Ottawa Ottawa, ON#393213

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,950

Rental office is located at 650 Woodcliffe Private Picture yourself among the spacious and friendly neighbourhood of Orleans while living in these townhomes for rent in Ottawa. Situated a short drive from the heart of Ottawa, Aspen Village townhomes feature a vibrant neighbourhood

$1,665Per Month

Hathaway Drive 2 Bdrm Townhouse available at Hathaway Drive, Ottawa Ottawa, ON#393219

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,665

Rental Office Located at 8 Timberline PrivateThere's something to be said about living in a community that makes you smile every time you enter it. Whether it's a welcoming wave from a friendly neighbour or the sense of pride you'll feel as you enter these stacked townhomes from your own private ent

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Apartments for rent Ottawa, ON

Canada’s national capital, is a powerhouse on the global scene and is frequently making international news for ground breaking legislation and other acts of worldwide importance.  Home to more than a million full-time residents, the city of Ottawa, ON is celebrated as a wonderful place to live and raise a family.  From skating dates along the frozen Rideau Canal that winds gracefully through the city’s downtown, to gallery showings and live theater at the Nation Arts Center which is now a National Historic Site of Canada; few cities in the world let alone Canada have as much to offer as this city does.

Those considering a move to Ottawa, ON are in for a special treat.  Many complexes have been converted to trendy and modern living spaces flush with exposed brick and pipes overhead.  Thanks, in large part to wide-reading presence and influence of government in the region, the city is known for its well-paying jobs and long-term job security.  Celebrated as a destination city for students, especially those considering political sciences, the capital offers a vibrant and energetic restaurant and nightlife environment featuring music, food, drink and dance influenced by all regions of the world.  

The cost of living is within in reason with the nature of life in the city.  Given that many residents earn a good annual income, rent in addition to everyday items like groceries, clothing and gasoline are reasonably in line with wages.  For those who are new to the local landscape it is recommended that you budget a little extra if considering downtown rentals or those near the Rideau Canal and prominent government buildings. 

Apartment Rental Statistics Ottawa, ON

Rental Type Active
Studio 4 $1,400 $1,500 $1,450
1 Bedroom 1 $1,600 $1,600 $1,600
2 Bedroom 1 $1,665 $1,665 $1,665
3 Bedroom 3 $1,950 $2,150 $2,032

Renting tips & advice

Make sure you can afford to pay the monthly rent

You do not want to find yourself carrying a monthly rent that you simply cannot afford.  Take a good look at your monthly income and make sure the rent they are asking for is something you can manage to pay without too much strain on your financial resources.  

Keep a list of priorities

Know what features and amenities you’re looking for in an apartment.  Make sure that you are getting what you want before you sign the paperwork. You need to make sure the things you would like to see in a place where you are staying are where you decide to be. You don't want to pay for something and not getting your money's worth.

Inquire about the pet policy before moving

If you have a pet or if you want to get a pet, make sure that you find out all the information about the landlord's pet policy. There may be an extra deposit for your pet, you may have to pay more money each month for your pet(s), and they may not accept certain breeds to be allowed in their complex. You don't want any surprises when you rent, and you don't want your pet(s) to be rejected.

Act Quickly

When you get to a rental that you like don't hesitate to move on it. Once you have done all your research and you feel good about it, you don't want to wait too long to let the landlord know you are interested. Any hesitation and you could lose the apartment to a more aggressive prospect meaning you’ll have to start your search all over again.
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