Apartments for Rent in Quebec City, QC

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Quebec City, Quebec has a population of over 530,000 people and is the province’s capital city. Itis situated in the southern portion of the province, along the St. Lawrence River. Quebec City spans over 485 square kilometres and is located close to the communities of Levis (across the river), Shannon, Wendake, and L’Ancienne-Lorette. The city is one of the oldest European settlements in North America, and this can be seen in the architecture and historic sites that remain today, particularly in Old Quebec (Vieux-Québec). Quebec City is also rich in culture, arts, and culinary experiences.

Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec City, Quebec
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Real Estate Market Overview

The average residential sale prices in Quebec City rangebetween $250,000 and $300,000. In the northern section, older homes and condos are reasonably priced, while newer builds come with higher price tags. There are many reasonably priced commercial properties, as well as vacant land (price depends on location). The central section offers many condo options, most of which are in older buildings that have been renovated. There are also some reasonably priced single-family homes, as well as higher priced commercial properties and limited vacant land. The southern section has a mix of condos and single-family homes that tend to be more expensive than in other areas. High-priced commercial properties and vacant land are also available.

Rental Market

Vacancy rates in Quebec City have increased slightly over the past few years, as has the average rent cost in the city. Quebec City has a mix of conventional rental apartments and condominium rentals, with condo rentals offering more amenities such as pools, gardens, and common areas. A number of newly built apartments in the city have created additional options for renters, which has caused vacancy rates for older apartment buildings to increase as people move to newer buildings. Depending on the area of the city, rent costs can range between $700 (two-bedroom apartment) and $1,100 (two-bedroom condominium rental).

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Major industries in Quebec City include public administration, transport, defence, tourism, services, and commerce. Other industries include manufacturing (pulp and paper, chemicals, processed food, electronics, metal/wood products, and printing), technology, and pharmaceuticals. As Quebec City is the capital city of Quebec, the provincial government is the largest employer in the city. Major companies headquartered in the city include SSQ Financial Group, Desjardins Group, Ubisoft, Roche Ltd., and Industrial Alliance. Most new jobs created in the city are in the knowledge sector (research, development, technology, etc.). The city’s unemployment rate tends to sit at or below 5% each year, which is below national averages.


Public transportation in the city is operated by Réseau de transport de la Capitale, which has a fleet of buses that service over 150 routes throughout the city at all times of the day, and many are accessible for those with children, disabilities, or mobility issues. The city is also serviced by VIA Rail (train), Greyhound Canada and Orleans Express (long-distance bus), the Jean Lesage International Airport, and the Quebec City-Lévis Ferry.



Quebec City has a number of school boards, including Central Quebec School Board, Commission scolaire de la Capitale, Commission scolaire des Découvreurs, and Commission scolaire des Premieres-Seigneuries. These boards operate primary and secondary schools in the region, some examples of which are Ste-Foy Elementary School, Holland Elementary School, École de La Chanterelle, École des Explorateurs, École Fernand-Seguin, École Trois-Saisons, École Guillaume-Mathieu, École du Parc-Orléans, Quebec High School, and École Cardinal-Roy. Most schools operate in French, although some provide English-language instruction. Post-secondary institutions in the city include Laval University, Université du Québec, College François-Xavier-Garneau, Champlain College St. Lawrence, as well as private institutions such as College CDI and College Bart.

Family Life

Quebec City holds its famous Winter Carnival each year from the end of January to mid-February. The carnival includes parades, outdoor sporting events such as dogsledding and snowboarding, free outdoor dining experiences, snow sculpture contests, outdoor dance parties, and an Ice Palace (a building made completely of ice). Many species of mammals, reptiles, and fish can be seen at Parc Aquarium du Québec, which overlooks the St. Lawrence River. The interior of the aquarium includes numerous large tanks showcasing various types of marine life, while the exterior features a garden, several outdoor pools, and a wetlands area. Quebec City is also home to numerous parks, historic sites, and community centres.


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