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Hello Out of Town Renters!
Out of Town renters are any persons moving to downtown Toronto from other parts of Canada or the world. Due to the fact that we may be dealing with each other from distance, it is imperative that you understand the rental cost per unit size which I have listed below for you and what documentation you will need to provide for any future landlord and in order for me to successfully negotiate a deal for you.
Please note that below prices reflect 1 year lease term only. Of course after 1 year term expires, it turns into a month to month lease, just so you know. I do not deal with leases that are less then 1 year term.
Rental Condos Pricing per Unit Size:
Bachelor Condos: $1,000 - $1,450
One Bedroom Condos: $1,450 - $1,700
One Bedroom + Den: $1,650 - $1,950
Two Bedroom Condos: $1,800 - $2,100
Two Bedroom + Den: $2,100 - $2,500
Documents Renters Need to Provide:
1. Credit Report with FICO Score - Landlord needs to see this in order to learn about your pattern of paying bills. You can instantaneously
obtain your own report from Equifax web site for a fee. If you are not from Canada or USA, please provide a credit report from what ever credit bureau is used in your own country.
2. Employment Letter or Bank Statement - Landlord needs to know that you are working and are financially capable of paying rent which is why an Employment Letter is required.
or If employed for less than 3 months or currently between jobs or in school, you need to provide a Bank Statement showing you have funds on your account to pay rent with. In this case you may be required to have a Guarantor who will ensure the rent will be paid, if you cannot.
3. First & Last Month's Rent - You need to be prepared to provide a Certified Check/Bank Draft in the amount of first & last month's rent. Prior
to move in day and in exchange for condo keys, you need to provide 10 post-dated checks, each in the amount of your monthly rent and
in some cases a check for the key deposit which will be returned at the time you move out.
4. Two References - Your future landlord will want to contact two references in order to learn more about you as a person. Although friends can be a reference, strongest ones are by your employer, past landlords, colleagues. Family is not perceived as a viable reference. Names and
contact information would be enough.
I do not deal with temporary accommodation, shared accommodation (unless two people wish to rent a condo together) nor lease of bedrooms only nor units that do not fall in above stated approximate price ranges per unit size. Thank you.
More of Helpful Information for Out of Town Renters:
Since some of you will be moving to Toronto, a city unfamiliar to you, I encourage you to visit different pages of TorontoHomeShopping.com web site to learn more about our great city! Below are some tips to start you with:
* How to get around Downtown Toronto using Public Transit - click here.
* Information on Demographic Profiles in different Toronto Neighborhoods - click here.
* What Toronto Parks you could frequent to relax - click here.
Above information and more has been provided for your benefit too and I invite you to take advantage of it!