5 Condo Rental Websites You Should Consult For Your Next Move

Jan 10, 2023

Apartment rental websites are a good place to start when scouting out your next rental or if you are simply looking for a good laugh or shock (usually the latter in this market). 

Here are some apartment rental websites in Toronto you might find useful.

  1. Zumper: allows you to choose the area you want to search in, not only for Toronto. It provides the option to look for either short-term (0-6 months) or long-term (>6 months) and allows you to filter by amenities, area, price, room count, and rental policy. For long-term rentals, you can typically find >3k listings on their platform. Zumper is also equipped with notifications to keep you up to date on new developments in your search.

  2. Zillow: is one of the most popular real estate websites writ large. It hosts around 7000 rentals listings in and around the GTA and allows users to filter according to a myriad of factors in contrast to its competitors more limited search capabilities. Zillow can also be used to find real estate agents and even calculate affordability across listings.

  3. Rentals.ca: provides insider knowledge into the market through rent reports and blog posts. Users can create alerts. Has the ability to do 3D tours. Specializes on rentals.

  4. Rent Seeker: Gives you the option to search rentals according to your segment (i.e student, senior, commercial etc). For students, it shows rentals near campuses directly. Reports rent data such as average yearly rents, etc.

  5. Condos.ca: allows you to create listing alerts, compare different listings, has the largest portfolio of listings in the GTA compared to other sites. Most popular among renters and landlords. Enables to border the area one searches for rentals. The interface is the easiest to use with great map usage.

Apartment rental websites are a good place to start when scouting out your next rental or if you are simply looking for a good laugh or shock (usually the latter in this market). 

Here are some apartment rental websites in Toronto you might find useful.

  1. Zumper: allows you to choose the area you want to search in, not only for Toronto. It provides the option to look for either short-term (0-6 months) or long-term (>6 months) and allows you to filter by amenities, area, price, room count, and rental policy. For long-term rentals, you can typically find >3k listings on their platform. Zumper is also equipped with notifications to keep you up to date on new developments in your search.

  2. Zillow: is one of the most popular real estate websites writ large. It hosts around 7000 rentals listings in and around the GTA and allows users to filter according to a myriad of factors in contrast to its competitors more limited search capabilities. Zillow can also be used to find real estate agents and even calculate affordability across listings.

  3. Rentals.ca: provides insider knowledge into the market through rent reports and blog posts. Users can create alerts. Has the ability to do 3D tours. Specializes on rentals.

  4. Rent Seeker: Gives you the option to search rentals according to your segment (i.e student, senior, commercial etc). For students, it shows rentals near campuses directly. Reports rent data such as average yearly rents, etc.

  5. Condos.ca: allows you to create listing alerts, compare different listings, has the largest portfolio of listings in the GTA compared to other sites. Most popular among renters and landlords. Enables to border the area one searches for rentals. The interface is the easiest to use with great map usage.