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Originally built in 1947, the main house only has seven rooms, including two bedrooms, one bathroom and a powder room, so it's far from palatial, but it still packs a lot of splendour into a relatively small space.
Tired of your wages being devoured by your rent? It may be time to move to Quebec City.
The provincial capital has been named the least expensive place to rent out of the top 24 most populous metropolitan areas in Canada, with a one-bedroom apartment going for a very reasonable $790, according to Zumper's monthly Canadian Rent Report.
That's $90 cheaper than the next most affordable city, St. John's, N.L. — where the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment is $880 — despite Quebec City seeing the largest monthly rental growth rate in the country at 5.3%.
On the other end of the spectrum, Vancouver and Burnaby, British Columbia, have been deemed the most expensive cities for renters, where you can expect to pay $2,000 and $1,750 for a one-bedroom apartment, respectively, knocking Toronto out of the top two spots, "for the first time ever," according to the report.
In Montreal — the eleventh most expensive city on the list, just behind Hamilton and Kitchener, Ontario – median rent for a one-bedroom apartment was down 5.6% from last year at $1,360, while rent for a two-bedroom was unchanged at $1,800, according to the report.
But overall, rent is going up: "16 cities experienced rents on an upward trend, 5 markets went downward, and 3 remained flat. The Canadian rental market seems to be recovering steadily as the trend of growing rent prices in the majority of markets has continued from the previous 2 months," the report states.
Vancouver is still the most expensive, Toronto is second, Calgary is fourth and Ottawa comes in fifth, but overall, Montreal still a comparably affordable place to live for overseas workers, according to this year's Mercer Cost of Living Survey.
Despite the loonie gaining strength relative to the U.S. dollar, "globally, Canada remains a relatively affordable place to live and an attractive destination for remote workers," Gordon Frost, partner at Mercer Canada, stated in a news release.
Using New York City as a baseline, the survey ranks 209 cities according to the cost of necessities such as transportation, housing, clothing, food, and entertainment.
The world's most expensive cities for expatriates are Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; Hong Kong, and Beirut, Lebanon, which climbed 42 spots this year thanks to economic turmoil compounded by the pandemic and the Port of Beirut explosion, according to the report.