The Toronto Star reports that individuals looking to rent may be able to benefit from the current condo market conditions in the Greater Toronto area.
Renting can often be more volatile than buying because owners can have certain restrictions and rules that may lead to keeping some of their belongings in storage. By researching Toronto storage lockers, renters can be confident that they won't have to discard some of their things when moving into their new place..
The newspaper stated there were 13 percent fewer condos sold this June than in the previous year, and there are many other that have been unsold for one to two months. These factors open up even more renting opportunities in the city and surrounding area.
A few things renters should discuss with their landlords before agreeing to terms on a lease should include whether or not they will get a parking spot, as well as mandates on increased rent per year, the option to renew a lease and potential insurance policies that cover belongings.
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