07 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Ways to Maximise Energy Efficiency in Your Toronto Rental Home

As southern Ontario braces for the onslaught of winter, it is wise to maximise the energy efficiency of your Toronto rental.  Conserving energy will save you money and is also good for the environment.  Luckily, for residents of Toronto rental properties, there are inexpensive alternatives to installing solar panels and double glazing the windows. Use […]

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15 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

How To Speed Up The Rental Process In Ontario

If you are moving to Ontario and need to sort out new accommodation quickly, there are ways to make the process faster. Firstly, choose a quick and efficient method of finding a suitable property. The online site rentspot.com provides a fast and user-friendly way of finding a good selection of rental apartments in any of […]

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13 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Toronto Rentals: How to protect yourself from Rental Scam

In August this year, a man accused of operating a rental scam in Toronto was arrested and later released on bail. Unfortunately this is far from the first case of reported rental fraud in the city. So if you are searching for Toronto rental properties make sure you do not fall prey to one of […]

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03 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Renting in Toronto: Home Insurance and How You Can Benefit from It

None of us likes to have to pay out for insurance but if something unfortunate happens then we are very glad that we did. Many people who are in rentals in Toronto and elsewhere wrongly believe that they will be covered by the landlord’s insurance in the event of a disaster. But it is important […]

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03 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Renting in Ontario: How rentspot.com Can Help Find the Most Desirable Location

Looking for apartments for rent in Ontario cities like London, Oakville, Ottawa, Mississauga, and Toronto? Perhaps you are new to renting or new to Ontario, or you just need to shift from your current rental. If this is the case then rentspot.com can offer you a fantastic resource. rentspot.com is Canada’s fastest growing rental website and […]

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02 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Post Graduation Move To Toronto

It’s amazing how it happens. One minute years of college are stretching ahead of you, then suddenly it’s all over and you have graduated and are ready to start out in the world. You blink hard and wonder where the time went. Suddenly all your friends are going in different directions. Some may have jobs; […]

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02 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Ways to score cheap rent in Ontario

These are hard times and, for most people, keeping a roof over one’s head is the single biggest monthly or weekly expense. If you live in a big city like Ottawa or Toronto, how do you keep your rent as low as possible? Firstly, select cheaper neighbourhoods when searching for your Ottawa or Toronto rental. […]

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02 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Ways you are violating your lease in Toronto

With Toronto ranked this year as the world’s fourth most liveable city, it’s no wonder that more people are looking for rentals in Toronto.  Do remember that when it comes to the lease for a Toronto rental, you need to review before you sign.  You might be tempted to skip over the turgid legal jargon, […]

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29 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Renting in Ontario: How rentspot.com can help you find your ideal rental

Looking for apartments for rent in Ontario cities like London, Oakville, Ottawa, Mississauga, and Toronto? Perhaps you are new to renting or new to Ontario, or you just need to shift from your current rental. If this is the case then rentspot.com can offer you a fantastic resource. rentspot.com is Canada’s fastest growing rental website and […]

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29 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Renting in Toronto: Why You Need Renters’ Insurance and How to Buy It

In August 2010, a fire in Dawes Road in eastern Toronto raged through a house-wares store and damaged some nearby apartments. It was later found that none of the tenants had contents insurance and a representative from the Toronto fire-service said this was common in Toronto rentals. In an interview with CBC, Dave Eckerman, Toronto’s […]

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