Property for rent in Canada
Canada is a country with a strong and stable economy, with an excellent labour market, a very good education and health system.
Vancouver and Toronto are the best cities to find a property for rent in Canada but they are also the most expensive. The district with the most expensive properties for rent ever is Bay Street Corridor in Toronto.
If we analyze the city of Toronto among the best neighbourhoods for a property for rent we find Oldtown also called Downtown. It is the financial centre of the city and to the north of the neighbourhood we find an area where many expats live.
York and East York are in great demand for properties for rent because they are not very far from the centre but they are well connected. York Mills in the North York district is one of the areas with the richest and most expensive properties for rent. There are properties for rent in luxury condos, but it stands out for being a quiet neighbourhood.
Glen Park receives many requests for properties for rent from families because here you will find apartments to suit all budgets.
In Willowdale the properties for rent are mainly in luxury condominiums, but there are also individual houses and it is a neighbourhood full of shopping centres.
Bedford Park is a neighbourhood especially for families with small children.
Davisville is ideal for those looking for a property for rent in a lively neighbourhood, with an intense nightlife, while Leaside is suited to medium to high incomes.
In Vancouver, the most suitable neighbourhoods for properties for rent in Canada are very touristic Gastown but with quality properties for rent. Mainstreet is an area compared to Brooklyn and it is renowned for its breweries.
Yaletown is the neighbourhood with the most expensive rental properties in Vancouver. Olympic Village has become a residential area.
If we analyze other Canadian cities we can highlight the capital Ottawa, with high quality of life, a student city and very clean.
We can also highlight interesting properties for rent in Markham, headquarters of IBM, Motorola and Toshiba, but also Oakville, Milton south of Toronto and Brampton