Primary Rental Market
Vacancy Rate (%)

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Toronto — Vacancy Rates by Rent Quartile by Census Subdivision

  Vacancy Rate (Q1) Vacancy Rate (Q2) Vacancy Rate (Q3) Vacancy Rate (Q4)
Toronto 1.3 a 1.1 a 1.2 a 1.7 a
Ajax (T) 0.2 a 0.9 a 1.1 a **
Aurora (T) 3.0 c ** 0.6 a **
Bradford West Gwillimbury (T) ** ** ** **
Brampton (CY) 0.5 a 1.7 b 1.8 a 1.9 b
Caledon (T) ** ** ** **
East Gwillimbury (T)
Georgina (T) ** ** ** **
Halton Hills (T) ** ** ** **
Markham (CY) 0.3 a 0.8 a 0.3 a 0.3 a
Milton (T) ** 3.5 d 1.0 d 5.0 b
Mississauga (CY) 2.0 c 1.2 a 1.7 a 1.9 a
New Tecumseth (T) ** 0.0 d ** 6.7 c
Newmarket (T) ** 0.0 d 1.3 a 18.8 d
Oakville (T) 1.7 c 1.4 a 1.9 c 1.6 c
Orangeville (T) ** 0.0 d ** **
Pickering (CY) ** ** ** **
Richmond Hill (T) 1.2 d 0.0 d 2.3 c 0.6 b
Toronto (C) 1.3 a 1.1 a 1.2 a 1.6 a
Uxbridge (TP) 0.0 d ** ** **
Vaughan (CY) ** **
Whitchurch-Stouffville (T)
Notes:
  • The following letter codes are used to indicate the reliability of the estimates: a — Excellent, b — Very good, c — Good, d — Poor (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).
  • CMA, CA and CSD definitions are based on 2021 Census Geography Definitions