With fall just around the corner, Montrealers across the city are starting to plan their end-of-year moves. Searching for apartments in Montreal can be daunting, especially in a city with so many remodeled and affordable choices. But while rents have been generally reasonable, they tend to fluctuate depending on your hood of choice.\nTo make your life easier during this second apartment hunting season, we’ve combed through recently posted local rentals to find an example of apartments in 18 Montreal boroughs, all under $1,200/month.\nEditor's Choice: A Quebec Landlord Has To Pay Over $13k For Refusing To Rent To A Family With A Service Dog\nFrom our famous bagels in Mile End to the foodie heaven that is Griffintown, each area has its own gems, so choose wisely!\nExcluded from this list are apartments in Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, where rental units are few and far betweem.\nAlso missing are locations in the West Island, Westmount, Montréal-Est, and Town of Mount Royal, as they are independent municipalities on the Island of Montreal.\nAll of the apartment listings below are sourced from Kijiji and Rentals.ca, and vary in cost. Most of the listings are similar in price, and each of them reflects rent value in their respective boroughs.\nIf you’re totally obsessed with a listing, feel free to reach out and verify if the apartment is still available.\nIf the listing has been rented since the date this post was published, the link will no longer be accessible.\nHappy hunting!\nAhuntsic-Cartierville\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps!\nRent: $950\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis warm-toned, renovated one-bedroom apartment in Ahuntsic-Cartierville sits at the top of a five-storey building and includes an elevator and sunshades. It's also close to three highways — a perfect location for a driver!\nAnjou\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $940\nSize: 5.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis renovated third-floor apartment in Anjou features floating floors and three closed bedrooms. The bathroom is completely renovated and has a space for a washer and dryer!\nCôte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $985\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis immaculate apartment in Côte-des-Neiges is every Instagrammer's dream. With its gorgeous grey wood floors and renovated marble countertops, just think of the photo-op possibilities!\nLachine\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,100\nSize: 4.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis sunny two-bedroom apartment in Lachine is newly renovated and part of a sixplex building. There are five daycares in close proximity to the complex, so it's perfect for a small, new family.\nLasalle\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,095\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis ambery apartment is the perfect bachelor pad! It even has wooden panels separating the kitchen from the main room. The apartment building has a pool and a gym. Hot water, heating and its stainless steel appliances are included in the rent.\nLe Plateau-Mont-Royal\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,045\nSize: 2.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis cute studio apartment is the perfect first-timer space. With its sleek all-white kitchen, new wooden floors and spotlights, it looks like it came straight out of an IKEA catalog.\nThere's also a smaller and cheap studio almost identical to this one in the same building. Hot water and Wi-Fi are included.\nLe Sud-Ouest\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,125\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis bright one-bedroom apartment has a balcony, new appliances and a washer-dryer unit. The kitchen has new quartz countertops, and the rest of the apartment is covered with new hardwood floors.\nBonus: it's only a 10-minute walk from Monk metro station.\nMercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,050\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis pedestrian-friendly one-bedroom apartment looks like a concealed chalet within the confines of our metropolis. It's close to Joliette metro station and its fridge, stove, washer and dryer are all included.\nMontréal-Nord\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,040\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis ultra-modern apartment on boulevard Henri-Bourassa E. has a gorgeous kitchen and is located in a building with 26 other apartments. There's also a huge balcony for your summer patio parties. Central air conditioning is included.\nOutremont\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,050\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis cozy apartment is about a 10-minute walk to the Édouard-Montpetit and Plamondon metro stations, and Wi-Fi, cable, heating and hot water are included.\nIt has a large single bedroom, a renovated kitchen and an exposed brick wall in the living room.\nPierrefonds-Roxboro\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $850\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis open-concept apartment has one closed bedroom and a renovated bathroom. It's located close to the Roxboro train station, includes washer/dryer connections and has a parking spot.\nRivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $825\nSize: 4.5\nKijiji\nKijiji\nIf you're a driver and like living in the East End, this vintage two-bedroom apartment in Rivière-des-Prairies is perfect for your October move.\nIt's freshly painted, with washer/dryer connections and brand new floors. No utilities are included and the owner has specifically stated a no-cannabis rule.\nRosemont–La Petite-Patrie\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $990\nSize: 4.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis affordable two-bedroom apartment is located in the heart of Vieux Rosemont and is perfect if you're looking for a simple place in the neighborhood.\nNothing is included, but there are two closed bedrooms, and it's a one-minute walk from Promenade Masson. The landlord has stipulated a no-dogs rule.\nSaint-Laurent\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,025\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis open-concept condo has one closed bedroom and wood accents. It's located within a building that has indoor parking and a gym. Appliances are included, and it's a ten-minute walk to Du College metro station.\nSaint-Léonard\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $995\nSize: 4.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis newly renovated basement apartment in Saint-Léonard is right around the corner from the future blue line metro extension. Nothing is included, but the landlord has offered the possibility of renting appliances monthly.\nVerdun\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,100\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nVerdun is chock-full of affordable and renovated apartments, and this one is no different. It's stylish, with unique wooden floors, counters and cabinets.\nIt has one closed bedroom, new appliances and is located a block away from LaSalle metro station. The fridge, stove, washer and dryer are all included.\nVille-Marie\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $950\nSize: 2.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nIt's not hard to find a suitable place downtown. This one is renovated and looks like an open-concept condo. What's more, it's located right near Concordia, so it's the perfect tiny loft for a student.\nIt's situated within an apartment building that includes heating, hot water, a fridge and a stove.\nVilleray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension\nCheck out the borough on Google Maps.\nRent: $1,100\nSize: 3.5\nRentals.ca\nRentals.ca\nThis cool, grey-toned apartment in Villeray is perfect for a single person. It's lit up with spotlights and features two different balconies.\nIt's located just 10 minutes on foot from Fabre metro station and the landlord has offered an arrangement for Wi-Fi and appliance rentals.