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9 Ottawa Apartments That Offer Free Rent To Get You To Move In

Some even offer free gift cards and gym memberships.
Ottawa Apartments That Offer Free Rent To Get You To Move In

It is time to ditch your bachelor pad. Right now, several Ottawa apartments are offering free rent to get you to move in.

All the buildings below will give you at least one month complimentary if you sign a lease. But some spots add extra perks, like gift cards, gym memberships or a parking spot.

The process couldn't be more straightforward as you virtual tour units to pick your favourite. There are one and two-bedroom units available across the city, so you are bound to find one you'll love.

Two-Bedroom Apartment

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Price: $1399

Address: 10 Deerfield Dr., Ottawa, ON

Description: You can score one month of free living at this two-bedroom apartment in Nepean that comes with access to an outdoor swimming pool.

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West-End Rental

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Price: $1595

Address: 90 Woodridge Cres., Nepean, ON

Description: You can save $1595 when signing a new lease as part of The Cobalt's move-in special.

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Fully Renovated One-Bedroom

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Price: $1219

Address: 1975 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa, ON

Description: You can enjoy one month free when you sign a 13-month lease at this apartment that is only 5 minutes from public transit.

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Bayshore Apartment

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Price: $1665

Address: 25 Woodridge Cres., Nepean, ON

Description: They are currently offering a housewarming gift of a platinum fitness membership and one month of free rent.

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Two-Bedroom Townhouse

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Price: $1899

Address: 32-34 Northview Rd., Nepean, ON

Description: If you need more living space, this 2-bedroom would be perfect. If you sign a new lease, you can skip paying rent for a month and get a complimentary parking space for a year.

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Centrepointe One-Bedroom

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Price: $1469

Address: 239 Craig Henry Dr., Nepean, ON

Description: If you can move in by March 1, you can take advantage of their current deal that will save you $1469.

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East-End Rental

Price: $1501

Address: 550 Lang's Rd., Gloucester, ON

Description: They have a huge promotion when you sign a 13-month lease, and you can easily tour available units in Montfort Manor from your laptop.

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Apartment With A View Of The River

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Price: $1344

Address: 190 Lees Ave., Ottawa, ON

Description: They currently are offering a $500 gift card and one month free if you sign a lease. While living here, you can enjoy access to the tennis court, indoor pool, sauna, barbeque area and basketball court.

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Sandy Hill One-Bedroom Unit

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Price: $1350

Address: 240 Stewart St., Ottawa, ON

Description: The Sandhurst is having a fantastic move-in special on their one-bedroom apartments.

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