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Let’s face it, the story of renting an apartment in a city is the same across Canada; from Ontario to Quebec and British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador. Right?...wrong! It all depends with where one lives and of course what one is willing to pay for a decent apartment. But first things first. With a population of more than 514, 536 people as of 2011, this easternmost province is Canada’s 9th most populated province. It has only 3 major cities; Mount Pearl, Corner Brook and St. John’s. There are however other sizable communities spread throughout the province, especially along the coast. Find the perfect apartment for rent in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada at Canada Rental Guide today.
Of the three cites that make up Newfoundland and Labrador, St. Johns, which is the capital, claims the highest number of apartment rental options. The options range from individual room and house rentals to tall apartment buildings. Given its student population, St. John’s boasts of a wide array of apartment rental options, prices and locations. The other two cities have significantly fewer rental options. With just a handful of apartment buildings, most rental options are made up of individual house rentals.
As of April 2010, the average Newfoundland and Labrador rental price for a 2 bed apartment was $640 a month. This went down the record as the lowest rental price in Canada that year. The capital, St John’s has a slightly higher average rental price of $680 a month, which is still affordable. Other factors that easily determine house rental prices are proximity to amenities and most importantly, the concept of furnished and unfurnished apartments.