Saturday, November 16, 2019 / by Sergey Korostensky
British Columbia and Ontario continue to be the most expensive provinces to rent a room, or rooms, in Canada.
A new rent repot from PadMapper shows that Montreal is the only city in the country outside of those two provinces to crack the top 10.
Toronto takes the top spot for expensive one bedroom units with an average cost of $2,350, but Vancouver is easily the most expensive market for two bedroom units with an average cost of $3,190.
Alberta's major cities managed to steer clear of the top ten, with Calgary and Edmonton ranking 14th and 19th respectively.
In Calgary, one bedroom units average out at $1,130 a month, while in Edmonton the average cost of a one bedroom home is $950.
On the east coast, Halifax leads the way at 17th with one bedroom units at $1,110 and two bedroom units at $1,470.
Victoria, where one-bedroom pads cost an average of $1,390 land fifth in the real estate report.
Abbotsford is 17th on the list, beating out cities like Winnipeg and Regina, with an average monthly rent of $1,040 for a one-bedroom apartment.