Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

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$1,440Per Month

1050 Markham road 2 Bdrm available at 1050 Markham road, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#004052

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,440

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$1,205Per Month

1050 Markham road 1 Bdrm available at 1050 Markham road, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#004051

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,205

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$1,360Per Month

30 Tuxedo Court 2 Bdrm available at 30 Tuxedo Court, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#003893

  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,360

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$1,230Per Month

30 Tuxedo Court 1 Bdrm available at 30 Tuxedo Court, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#003892

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,230

Tuxed

$1,230Per Month

10 Tuxedo Court 1 Bdrm available at 10 Tuxedo Court, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#003775

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,230

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$1,680Per Month

1050 Markham road 3 Bdrm available at 1050 Markham road, Scarborough Scarborough, ON#003772

  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $1,680

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Apartments for rent Scarborough, ON

Scarborough is part of the city of Toronto.  Located along the east end and just north of the shores of Lake Ontario, this neighbourhood is known for affordable housing in one of the country’s costliest cities.

An area in high demand because of its many rental options, places for rent can be difficult to find especially when the thousands upon thousands of university students are in the city. Tenants fortunate enough to rent in this community can enjoy all that downtown living offers and at a fraction of the cost.  Residents breathe the fresh air that rolls in off Lake Ontario and watch as young families and romancing couples often stroll the tree lined streets amid the warm southern Ontario sun.  This area is known for its diverse culture which influences everything from the cuisine to music and art to architecture in the area. 

Scarborough rentals are generally smaller than those found in other suburban communities in and around the Greater Toronto Area, but they still afford tenants plenty of good quality living space for them to stretch out and enjoy.  For outdoor enthusiasts, the Rouge Park and Scarborough Bluffs are popular landmarks that attract residents and tourists alike to their sprawling green spaces and tranquil mood.  Home to thousands, apartments for rent often include various types of living options sure enough to satisfy. 

Cost of living

The cost of living in Scarborough is considerably less than in neighboring Toronto.  Known for its many cheaper options, this neighbourhood is an affordable rental option for first time renters and new families living on a budget. Everyday items such as clothing, food and household supplies are less expensive than in Toronto.  Prospective tenants considering this area are still advised to budget a good amount of their monthly income for necessities as living in and around the city of Toronto has a way of pushing your monthly expenditures higher than one may think or expect.

Apartment Rental Statistics Scarborough, ON

Rental Type Active
Listings
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Studio 1 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000
1 Bedroom 3 $1,205 $1,230 $1,222
2 Bedroom 3 $1,360 $1,440 $1,387
3 Bedroom 2 $1,555 $1,680 $1,618
Summary 9 $1,280 $1,306 $1,307
Updated: 06-Dec-2017 02:03:07 UTC

Renting tips & advice

Be Flexible With Expectations

Each separate location for rent are known to differ from one another as rents fluctuate with market prices and location factors heavily into every buying decision.  Features and amenities common in one area may not necessarily be available in another. When searching for something to rent in the area try and keep an open-mind and allow yourself to see each property for what it is worth.  Be careful not to get caught in the charm of a space and overlook the price, but have fun and enjoy the search.  With plenty of well-qualified options to choose from, you are sure to find a rental that suits your needs and dovetails with your expectations. 

Focus Your Search Efforts

It is essential that you set a budget you can afford, cheaper places for rent in the community can be found if looking in the right neighborhoods.  Knowing how much money you have coming in each month will be your primary guide and will allow you to narrow your search and focus your efforts on locations that fit your finances as well as your wish list for modern features and attractive, creative and fun amenities.  Once you have found a couple of locations that work for you, contact the landlords for each building and schedule some viewings.  After seeing the space and considering both the pros and cons of each property, make an informed rental decision and sign a lease for a place you are going to truly love!  

Visit The Community Before Signing A Lease

Always check the neighborhood before scheduling a showing.  If the neighborhood isn’t a match, it is very unlikely that you will enjoy even the best of apartments there.  Iron bars on the windows of private homes and garbage strewn across homeowners’ lawns are signs that you may want to look for another community.
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