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These Ontario Cities Have The Cheapest Rent & The Prices Will Have You Fleeing Toronto

Smaller Ontario cities are having their moment in the limelight.
These Ontario Cities Have The Cheapest Rent & The Prices Will Have You Fleeing Toronto

If you're looking to save money on rental costs, you're likely going to want to consider moving further away from Toronto — perhaps into some smaller Ontario cities.

PadBlogger has just released their March 2021 Canadian Rent Report and a few Ontario cities were ranked as some of the cheapest for one and two-bedroom rentals in metropolitan areas of Canada.

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Windsor, London, Kingston, and St. Catharines were ranked the cheapest cities in Ontario for rentals, with one-bedrooms going for a median of $1,100, $1,230, $1,280, and $1,300, respectively  — a far cry from Toronto's $1,750.

The same four cities also snagged the rankings for the cheapest average two-bedroom rental prices in Ontario.

Ontario cities that, well, aren't Toronto are having a moment in real estate — last week, Cannington, Orléans, and Clarington were named Ontario's most Googled cities for buying a home.

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