Primary Rental Market
Median Rent ($)

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

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Ontario — Historical Median Rent by Bedroom Type

  Bachelor 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom + Total
1990 October 401 a 490 a 578 a 700 a 550 a
1991 October 430 a 520 a 610 a 740 a 575 a
1992 October 450 a 549 a 650 a 772 a 600 a
1993 October 465 a 560 a 667 a 798 a 622 a
1994 October 475 a 577 a 680 a 810 a 637 a
1995 October 487 a 595 a 695 a 830 a 650 a
1996 October 495 a 600 a 700 a 842 a 654 a
1997 October 497 a 600 a 700 a 849 a 660 a
1998 October 518 a 636 a 737 a 875 a 695 a
1999 October 550 a 655 a 750 a 900 a 715 a
2000 October 595 a 705 a 800 a 970 a 755 a
2001 October 600 a 744 a 825 a 1,000 a 790 a
2002 October 645 a 763 a 850 a 1,041 a 814 a
2003 October 650 a 769 a 870 a 1,040 a 824 a
2004 October 650 a 771 a 875 a 1,039 a 825 a
2005 October 650 a 775 a 875 a 1,050 a 825 a
2006 October 650 a 775 a 888 a 1,050 a 840 a
2007 October 652 a 785 a 898 a 1,050 a 850 a
2008 October 680 a 800 a 900 a 1,096 a 855 a
2009 October 685 a 800 a 915 a 1,100 a 865 a
2010 October 700 a 825 a 940 a 1,125 a 892 a
2011 October 725 a 850 a 960 a 1,167 a 905 a
2012 October 749 a 871 a 989 a 1,200 a 935 a
2013 October 773 a 890 a 1,005 a 1,240 a 954 a
2014 October 792 a 900 a 1,033 a 1,250 a 978 a
2015 October 821 a 945 a 1,073 a 1,290 a 1,009 a
2016 October 846 a 960 a 1,100 a 1,310 a 1,040 a
2017 October 875 a 1,000 a 1,149 a 1,369 a 1,095 a
2018 October 910 a 1,049 a 1,200 a 1,418 a 1,137 a
2019 October 950 a 1,100 a 1,250 a 1,462 a 1,200 a
2020 October 1,035 a 1,180 a 1,320 a 1,560 a 1,278 a
2021 October 1,079 a 1,229 a 1,397 a 1,600 a 1,330 a
2022 October 1,150 a 1,300 a 1,470 a 1,647 a 1,400 a
2023 October 1,200 a 1,413 a 1,581 a 1,749 a 1,500 a
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).