Primary Rental Market
Average Rent ($)

By:

  1. Bedroom Type
  2. Year of Construction
  3. Structure Size

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Canada — Historical Average Rents by Bedroom Type

  Bachelor 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom + Total
1990 October 376 a 462 a 531 a 617 a 504 a
1991 October 388 a 483 a 555 a 641 a 526 a
1992 October 388 a 493 a 569 a 658 a 537 a
1993 October 397 a 501 a 576 a 662 a 545 a
1994 October 400 a 506 a 580 a 670 a 550 a
1995 October 409 a 515 a 590 a 680 a 559 a
1996 October 413 a 521 a 594 a 679 a 563 a
1997 October 419 a 527 a 598 a 686 a 568 a
1998 October 432 a 543 a 617 a 705 a 586 a
1999 October 448 a 560 a 629 a 722 a 601 a
2000 October 469 a 582 a 649 a 750 a 622 a
2001 October 490 a 606 a 673 a 780 a 647 a
2002 October 503 a 626 a 695 a 805 a 668 a
2003 October 516 a 637 a 705 a 818 a 678 a
2004 October 523 a 645 a 720 a 834 a 691 a
2005 October 529 a 659 a 733 a 842 a 703 a
2006 October 546 a 676 a 756 a 877 a 724 a
2007 October 563 a 699 a 775 a 902 a 746 a
2008 October 582 a 726 a 806 a 929 a 774 a
2009 October 594 a 736 a 814 a 933 a 782 a
2010 October 607 a 756 a 837 a 967 a 806 a
2011 October 636 a 774 a 858 a 983 a 826 a
2012 October 639 a 792 a 877 a 1,005 a 844 a
2013 October 659 a 808 a 897 a 1,024 a 862 a
2014 October 675 a 828 a 918 a 1,037 a 883 a
2015 October 694 a 851 a 942 a 1,068 a 907 a
2016 October 708 a 868 a 965 a 1,082 a 926 a
2017 October 734 a 902 a 992 a 1,113 a 956 a
2018 October 787 a 945 a 1,028 a 1,148 a 997 a
2019 October 820 a 1,000 a 1,080 a 1,199 a 1,049 a
2020 October 864 a 1,046 a 1,128 a 1,255 a 1,097 a
2021 October 887 a 1,071 a 1,169 a 1,310 a 1,134 a
Notes:
  • The following letter codes are used to indicate the reliability of the estimates: a - Excellent, b- Very good, c - Good, d - Fair (Use with Caution)
  • ** Data suppressed to protect confidentiality or data not statistically reliable
  • ++ Change in rent is not statistically significant. This means that the change in rent is not statistically different than zero (0). (Applies only to % Change of Average Rent Tables).
  • - No units exist in the universe for this category
  • n/a: Not applicable