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16:05  28 may  2019
16:05  28 may  2019 Source:   narcity.com

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It's no secret that renting in Vancouver is expensive – so expensive that the city is home to some of the highest rental prices in the entire country. The prices do not come cheap – one bedroom apartment rentals are being listed for as high as $ 3750 per month right now in downtown Vancouver .

$ 3750 / month - 570 square feet, 1 Bedroom Condo in Downtown Vancouver . Micro Loft Tiny Apartments in Vancouver Rent for 0 a Month . The thirty tiny apartments at 18 West Hastings Street are ideally located for young professionals who The new complex offers compact, high-end

Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Russ Heinl | Dreamstime.com

It's no secret that renting in Vancouver is expensive – so expensive that the city is home to some of the highest rental prices in the entire country. So how expensive actually are Vancouver rental prices? These apartments will show you just how much it can cost to live in the city. You're about to find out how painfully high rental costs are for just a small, one-bedroom apartment in Vancouver.

Vancouver has become infamous for its high living costs not just in Canada, but also internationally. Vancouver was even ranked as having one of the worst housing markets in the entire world. According to Rentals.ca's May 2019 rent report, Vancouver has the most expensive two-bedroom rentals in the country.

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Renting in Vancouver does not come cheap. The city is currently home to some of the highest rental prices in the entire country. If you wanted a concrete example of what Situated within an apartment in Vancouver , a graffiti-covered room is renting out for 0 a month , at a non-negotiable price.

Apartments for rent in Vancouver are unfortunately some of the most expensive in Canada due to the high demand for property here and fierce competition has driven rents up in recent years. The best part about renting a room in Vancouver is the fact that rent is split between each bedroom, so you

Several properties are currently being listed on Craigslist Vancouver for monthly rentals. The prices do not come cheap – one bedroom apartment rentals are being listed for as high as $3750 per month right now in downtown Vancouver.

Several of the one-bedroom condos in downtown Vancouver are currently listing their monthly rent as between $2300 and $3750.

So what do these apartments look like? Considering their price tag, you might be expecting them to be large, penthouse style suites. However, many of the places are actually just between 500 to 600 square feet.

Check out some of the Vancouver apartments that are being rented out on Craigslist right now.

$3750/month - 570 square feet, 1 Bedroom Condo in Downtown Vancouver

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This Graffiti-Covered Room In Vancouver Will Actually Cost You $600 A Month To Rent (PHOTOS) Another example of what Vancouver's housing situation is like currently.

Welcome to my amazing, tiny micro apartment in Vancouver , British Columbia, where the average price for a full 1 bedroom apartment is 16 CAD a month . Do you think this is a reasonable amount to pay to live in a big city in 2018? How much is your rent ?

The thirty tiny apartments at 18 West Hastings Street are ideally located for young professionals who otherwise couldn’t afford to live downtown in notoriously expensive Vancouver , Canada. On the flipside

Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver

$2700/month - Studio Apartment

Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver

$2200 - 645 square feet, 1 Bedroom Suite

Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver

$2975/month - Studio Condo

Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver Tiny Vancouver apartments are renting for up to $3750 a month © Craigslist Vancouver

So you may have known that rent prices in Vancouver were expensive, but you may not have realized exactly how costly it could be.

However, Vancouver is not the only city with high rent prices. Toronto has the most expensive one-bedroom rentals in the city, according to Rentals.ca. Right now, renting in some GTA suburbs is overall more expensive than renting in Vancouver.

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