Apartments for Rent in Calgary, AB

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Overview of apartments for rent in Calgary, AB

Your dream rental apartment in Calgary, AB, is just a few clicks away on Point2. Whether you're searching for 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom apartments, studio apartments or any other rental condos, browsing through Point2 listings has never been easier. Just use the filtering options to obtain a list of properties tailored to your needs.

There are 43 apartments for rent in Calgary, AB

Point2 offers a lot of extra information about apartments in Calgary, AB, from property type and square footage to area demographics and amenities. The name and contact details of the real estate agents handling the rental are also available on all listings. You can use the map view to check if the condos for rent you're looking at are close to the facilities and services you need. Moreover, you can take advantage of bargains and use the Price Drop filter to see whether there were any recent rent drops for the apartments of your choice.

What is the rent in Calgary, AB?

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Calgary, is a city in the province of Alberta. It is largely known for its annual festival, the Calgary Stampede, something that the citizens of Calgary value and look forward to every year. It has even been given the nickname “Stampede City.” One great feature of life in Calgary is that the taxes are very low, with citizenspaying a GST rate of 5%. The city is very close to the Rocky Mountains, which not only provides beautiful scenery but also a great place for citizens to get into the outdoors. Some activities that citizens can participate in are skiing and snowboarding.

Calgary, Ontario

Calgary, Ontario
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Real Estate Market Overview

The real estate market in Calgary has been slow, but shows no signs of slowing down anymore than it has. It has managed to stay steady after the oil and gas industry, a major sector in the city, suffered from low oil pricesand a massive cut in jobs. This has led many people to find employmentelsewhere. Both the amount of sales and the prices of properties in Calgary fell after the tough times that the city experienced, but these have levelled out since their decline. All in all, this is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in purchasing a property in Calgary, as there are plenty of options to choose from for a lower price.

Rental Market

The vacancy rate in Calgary is currently the highest it has been and it is also one of the highest in the country. This is partly due to the suffering oil and gas industry mentioned earlier. Sales on condominiums have dropped drastically and so have the prices on these units. The vacancy rate hascaused some landlords to become more competitive, offering incentives to potential renters to fill their units faster. Some of these incentives have included free rent for a month and others have even offered free utilities. This is a great opportunity for renters to take advantage of.

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Job seekers in Calgary can look forward to companies expanding into the city in the near future, resulting in the creation of more jobs. Simons will be opening their first location in Calgary, which will create more jobs. Ben Moss Jewellers will also be reopening multiple locations. The City of Calgary, which is also one of the top employers in the city, reported that home-based businesses are booming. 7,376 business licenses were issued in 2016 to these types of businesses. Calgary Economic Development also reported that Calgary has had the highest average salary and wages per worker for 12 years.


There are many ways to get around in the city of Calgary. Calgary Transit operates the C-Train, a light rail transit system, and the bus system. For anyone living with a disability, the Calgary Transit Access is present to help these citizens to get where they need to go. For anyone who uses public transit, Park and Ride is an available option -there are both free and reserved parking spaces available. For national and international travel by air, travellers would go to the Calgary International Airport. For cyclists and pedestrians, the city has a large network of paved pathways. Skyways and walkways can also be found in Calgary.



The Calgary Board of Education runs the public schools and the Calgary Catholic School Districtruns the Catholic schools within the city. Private schools are also present for students and families who would like their children to attend a private institution. Schools under the Calgary Board of Education and Calgary Catholic School District,as well as a few select private schools, offer French Immersion. As for post-secondary education, there are plenty of options available in the city. A couple of the universities in the area are the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University. The colleges in the city includeBow Valley College and Alberta College of Art and Design.

Family Life

There is plenty of fun for the whole family in Calgary. The Rocky Mountains are close by the city and provide a perfect place for families to participate in their favourite winter sports. The Calgary Zoo, which is the second largest zoo in Canada, is another great spot in which to spend a day out. The zoo even has a summer camp for children in the city to attend. Additionally, there are parks and museums to provide endless fun for the entire family. Calgary has been becoming increasingly safer, even considering its population growth, according to Calgary Economic Development.


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