These Are 6 Of The Cheapest Rentals In Toronto For July 2019

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According to the latest national rent report by, Toronto continues to be the most expensive city to rent in.  These days, a one-bedroom now has a price tag of $2,266, while a two-bedroom costs $2,782.

READ: National Rent Report Shows Absurdity Of Toronto’s Rental Rates

For those looking for a rental unit, these prices can be crushing. But there is some hope. According to Zoocasa, there are still rentals available in the city for under $1,500 if you know where to look.

Below, you’ll find six of the cheapest rentals on MLS (excluding room shares) in the City of Toronto between June 15 and July 15, 2019. There’s even a few still available from last month!

Check out this month’s listings below.

1. Lower – 20 Greenspire Rd., Toronto — $850/month

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Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 0

This two-bedroom apartment is just a short distance away from schools, parks and Malvern Mall. The apartment includes an open-concept kitchen and living room and includes separate laundry facilities.

2. Lower – 17 Lippincott St. W., Toronto — $900/month

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 0

If peace and quiet are important to you, this basement apartment was made for you. Located on a quaint tree-lined street near Humber River, this rental is well-maintained by respectful landlords.

3. Lower – 56 North Woodrow Blvd., Toronto — $980/month

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1

This vintage finished one-bedroom basement apartment is close to Kennedy and Warden subway stations, the GO Train, schools, parks, shopping centres and the Scarborough Bluffs.

4. Lower – 200 Bogert Ave., Toronto — $1,000/month

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking: 3

With a mere five minute walk to Yonge-Sheppard subway station and a two-minute drive to the 410, this basement apartment is ultra-convenient for those that commute to work. And, when you’re not commuting, you can also take advantage of the apartment’s beautiful, big backyard!

5. Lower – 28 Sandrift Sq., Toronto — $1,100/month

Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1

Looking for a place near Centennial College or U of T’s Scarborough campus?  This apartment might be just what you’re looking for. Utilities are split three ways with other tenants in the home while the fridge, stove, washer and dryer are shared with the main floor tenant.

6. 503 – 22 East Haven Dr., Toronto — $1,100/month

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking: 1

This low-rise apartment comes with all the amenities you’d ever need — including a rooftop garden! The spacious apartment is great for couples or singles who like to entertain. But the best part is, with the TTC at your doorstep, you’re just minutes away from the bright lights and busy streets of the downtown core.

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