7 Apartments In Vancouver That Are Actually Super Cheap To Rent Right Now (PHOTOS)

"Cheap" for Vancouver, that is.
7 Cheap Apartments In Vancouver To Rent Right Now (PHOTOS)

Finding somewhere affordable to live in the city might seem like a daunting task. For all of you hoping to find somewhere to call home that won't break the bank, there are some budget-friendly options out there. But you will want to claim them quickly before they are gone. To help you find a new place to live, we've gathered up cheap apartments in Vancouver that are available right now.

Unlike other cities in Canada, the housing market is overly expensive for what you get. Many locals might feel like your entire paycheque goes to your landlord.

According to Rentals.ca, rent in Vancouver is 112% higher than the Canadian average. What that means for us, the market rate for a one-bedroom is $2,194.

Thankfully it isn't all bad news. With a bit of searching, you can find plenty of stylish condos well below that price.

This month we've spotted all sorts of cute places that you can afford. For example, there is an apartment with a den that could become the perfect office.

Or, if you are looking for a cozy spot to read, another listing has a fireplace in the living room. But that is not all, some also come with in-unit laundry and some of the utilities included.

With all the extra money you can save on your accommodations, you can put it towards saving up for your own tiny home.

4975 Elgin Street

vancouver rental

Price: $1600.00

Description: This two-bedroom suite is remarkably affordable. The interior boasts a bright and airy design, a kitchen with faux marble countertops, skylights and new tiles.

It also has a patio area, which will be perfect for lounging on when the warm weather arrives.

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5450 University Boulevard 

vancouver rental

Price: $1527.00

Description: It is hard not to fall in love with this modern apartment. The unit has a white kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave. Plus, there is even a faux fireplace that makes it feel extra cozy.

Included in the rent is also heat and hot water.

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1122 Gilford Street

vancouver rental

Price: $945.00

Description: It is hard to believe the low cost of this one-bedroom apartment. For under $1000, it even includes utilities (heating and water), dishwasher and stainless steel appliances.

Plus, if you move in by the end of the month, you get half a month of rent-free.

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8889 Hudson Street 

vancouver rental

Price: $1680.00

Description: This apartment is perfect for anyone dreaming about having a home office. It is a one-bedroom unit with a den that is perfect for those who work at home, or it could make a great guest bedroom.

The unit also has in-suite laundry and a dishwasher too.

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8655 Cartier Street

vancouver rental

Price: $1450.00

Description: It is a second-floor 705 square feet corner unit that has one bedroom. Located in a quiet neighbourhood, it has laundry facilities in the building, and your heating and water are included in the rent.

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1905 Robson Street 

vancouver rental

Price: $1750.00

Description: This one bedroom has a modern white kitchen with a dishwasher, a spacious balcony. Within the building, you can also take advantage of underground parking, free wifi in the common areas, and 24-hour laundry facilities.

Included in the monthly rent are your heat and hot water.

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840 Broughton Street

vancouver rental

Price: $1600.00

Description: This apartment comes with an open floor plan that makes it feel giant. It also has a balcony perfect for soaking up the sunshine and underground parking.

The listed price also includes hot water and heat.

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