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Cappellettiv…, Home Owner in 07086

how much can I rent my condo for?

Asked by Cappellettiveronica, 07086 Mon Sep 19, 2011

3 bedrooms 3 1/2 bathrooms 2 car garage stainless steel appliances granite kitchen, washer and dryer, central air hardwood floors, 2 underground car garage.

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How much to rent condo in Gibson Square building in North York (Yonge street and Park Home Ave.):

1340 square meters
35th Floor (lower penthouse)
South west orientation (corner unit)
2 bedroom + den + 2 bathrooms
parking and locker included
maintenance included except hydro.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 15, 2014
depends where it is. if it is a crappy area probably no more than 3000. good area possibly up to 5000ish.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 6, 2012
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 30, 2012
Good tip from Jerry - I plan to explore that site, hadn't heard of it before now.

From there, connect with a local agent to add a final touch to your analysis and assist you with listing your condo. As with a sale, you will do best with smart pricing and maximized exposure. An experienced agent can help you with both.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 26, 2011
Visit and plug in the info on your property and it will tell you what you should rent it for and what other places are being rented for and what other people are asking for rent in the same area, its actually a really great website and fairly accurate in my experience.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 20, 2011

There are different ways to find out how much you can competitively ask for rent for your condo.

1) Employ the services of a local agent that has experience in renting and listing properties in your area. This agent will be able to determine fair market value for your condo and they will also be able to market the unit to an abundance of qualified tenants, this will give you the advantage when choosing the right tenant.

2) You can also look at rental ads in your local paper, your local real estate magazines and also to investigate what other landlords are asking for comparable units.

I hope this helps.

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