Apartments for Rent in Hamilton, ON

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There are 253 apartments for rent in Hamilton, ON to choose from, with prices between $60 and $10,000 per month.      

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Hamilton is the third largestcity in the province of Ontario. Hamilton has a large steel industry, hence the nickname “Steeltown.” Arts and culture in Hamilton areplentiful, with a growing and vibrant scene, and the city has been the backdrop of many movies. Hamilton celebrates itsmany different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, and hosts events throughout the year to celebrate their diversity. Hamilton also has a rich history, and there are many places to learn about the city’s roots.

Hamilton, Ontario

Hamilton, Ontario
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Real Estate Market Overview

Foreign buyers who would typically be interested in the Vancouver housing market are turning more towards the Greater Toronto Area, which includes Hamilton. Prices in the city have been increasing,although hey have not yet reached the heated situation in Toronto.Many people in the Greater Toronto Area have even chosen to move to Hamilton. An upgrade to the city’s transportation, an increase in building permits being issued, and a stable economy have been making Hamilton a more desirable place to live.

Rental Market

There is a good supply of rental units in the city, but the demand isn’t as highas for other properties in the area. The vacancy rate in Hamilton has been increasing, which can be attributed to the manyyoung people who do not have the means to leave their parents homes. Young adults are having trouble finding full time jobs and therefore stay with their parents a little longer instead of moving into their own apartment. Although the vacancy rate has been increasing, prices have kept to an upward trend as well. Two bedroom apartments are among the most common types of units in the city.

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The steel industry is a large sector in the city, and Dofasco - a company that manufactures steel - is one of the largest employers. Some other large employers include the City of Hamilton, and McMaster University. The creative industry is also prominentin Hamilton, and continues to grow and attract people to the city, offering many employment opportunities. The area has been losing jobs and it is experiencing an unemployment rate of about 5.8%, although the economy has been stable and in good condition. Services like Employment Hamilton aim to help job seekers and employers find their perfect fit in times of need.


There are many different options for transportation in Hamilton. The Hamilton Street Railway Company operates buses for residents to get around. There are many taxi services as well, such as Hamilton Cab and Blue Line Taxi. For national and international travel, the Hamilton International Airport is located in the city. Biking is another great way to get around as the city has many bike paths and designated bike lanes for cyclists.The bus system is convenient for cyclists as well, as there are bike racks on the front of the buses. Harbours and boat launches can be found in the city for anyone looking to travel by boat.



There are two English language school boards in the city, which are the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, and the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board, which is the Catholic English board. There are also two French language school boards, which are the Conseil scolaireViamonde, and the Catholic French language board, Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. There are many post-secondary options for students in the city to choose from. For students looking to attend university, McMaster University and Brock University are two of the universities located in the city. As for college, Hamilton is home toMohawk College and College Boreal.

Family Life

Hamilton has plenty of fun activities for the whole family. A few places families can visit in the city include the Art Gallery of Hamilton, and Adventure Village. For families who enjoy football, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a Canadian Football Team, call the city theirhome. Attending a game is sure to be fun for the whole family. The Canadian Football Hall of Fame is also located in Hamilton. In addition to these places the city also has parks and events for kids to enjoy. There are a variety of schools to choose from, and there are many daycares in the area. Summer camps can also be found throughout the city,making forfun summer breaks.


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