The Rental Housing Association is a good resource for such questions. They may not have the numbers in front of them, but are a beginning point. There is a published yearly report for apartments by a member that you need to pay for, which is quite detailed. Rent-o--meter is also a place to start, but it can be skewed by high turn-over buildings in the area, and won't always be accurate in places with little turn over, such as buildings and areas that will attract retired people.... more
I am getting a home ready for market there right now with an awesome view for about $350,000. It's closer to the border of Lakeridge to Bryn Mawr, and is not an "investment property" but more of a great home to live in vs rent out.
I'm not sure what the actual borders are separating Skyway, Lakeridge and Bryn Mawr from one another. I'm pretty sure this house is in Lakeridge and maybe one or two streets away from Bryn Mawr. Even possible that this house is in Lakeridge and the homes directly across the street are in Bryn Mawr.
If someone knows the actual border streets of Bryn Mawr, I'd appreciate any info on that. It's not an area I work in on an everyday basis. Any info greatly appreciated.