A list of the Average Rents for various sized properties across Canada (18 Photos)

With 2016 approaching, a lot of Canadians are looking towards the future. Whether it’s a new job or a complete relocation, you better make sure you have your details straight.

The guys at Rentseeker have put together a list of the average rents for various sized properties across Canada.

While most expect Vancouver to be the most expensive to buy real estate, when it comes to renting, it comes in just slightly less than Toronto for a one bedroom.

They’ve put together a handy info graphic, which you can check it out below.

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A close up of the cities below:

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As a point of comparison, here’s what they look like for the top 5 cities in Canada:

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Toronto
Studio/bachelor: $937
One-bedroom: $1,103
Two-bedroom: $1,288
Three-bedroom: $1,510

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Montreal
Studio/bachelor: $573
One-bedroom: $668
Two-bedroom: $760
Three-bedroom: $952

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Calgary
Studio/bachelor: $900
One-bedroom: $1,122
Two-bedroom: $1,332
Three-bedroom: $1,286

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Winnipeg
Studio/bachelor: $613
One-bedroom: $813
Two-bedroom: $1,045
Three-bedroom: $1,230

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Vancouver
Studio/bachelor: $937
One-bedroom: $1,079
Two-bedroom: $1,368
Three-bedroom: $1,615

via – thechive

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