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Rooms for Rent in Toronto

Rooms & Sublets for Rent in Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada with a population of 2.8 million. Because the city is one of the major centers of culture, business and arts in the world, it’s included in Forbes’ top ten “World’s Most Economically Powerful Cities”.

Renting a full apartment in Toronto can be more costly than some of its surrounding cities. Your best choice may be to rent rooms in Toronto. The average rooms for rent in Toronto are $850.

Another alternative is to room share in Toronto, a growing trend over the past few years. Sharing a room with a friend or fellow colleague could be the best option for your accommodation needs.

With so many types of rentals to choose from, Nestpick is here to help.

Featured Rooms

897 CAD

Great location and stay!

1,745 CAD

Basement apartment

1,500 CAD

Homeaway from Home

996 CAD

Best Area. Yonge & Eglinton Subway Close. Midtown.

1,300 CAD

Never feels away at my homestay

748 CAD

Nature at Rouge Park

622 CAD

Welcome to my family!!

700 CAD

Room in New Toronto

798 CAD

Honestay for students

1,000 CAD

Private Room + Private bathroom

950 CAD

☕24hr Priv Entrance, ❤Queen Bed,

897 CAD

Townhome in Leslieville!

1,197 CAD

Clean and Quiet

947 CAD

Come join our amazing Homestay

1,200 CAD

In the urban area, but not in the city center. Convenient transportati

900 CAD

Beautiful home

950 CAD

Toronto Danforth

1,097 CAD

Cozy room in a beautiful condominiu

1,440 CAD

LARGE/bright room in home

980 CAD

Family who loves to travel too

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Sublets in Toronto

If you’re in need of something temporary because you’re not looking to settle or look for permanent housing quite yet, there are sublet apartments in Toronto readily available to rent.

Apartments in Toronto can average $1170 a month. The cost of sublets in Toronto can vary depending on the building. The newer apartment and condo buildings aren’t rent controlled, so expect them to be more expensive than the vintage homes in the city.

You may want to consider the neighborhood as well. Living in suburban areas like North York and Markham are family-friendly neighborhoods vs. living downtown may be best for single men and women. Whichever are you choose, getting around town is a breeze due to the Toronto Transit Commission, North America’s third largest transit system.

Whatever you decide, Nestpick can find the perfect sublet for you.

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