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There is nothing as discouraging as failing to spot a bargain when working with a limited budget. That is precisely why you have to get your figures right in salient matters such as looking an apartment. If you are in Alberta, that would mean taking your time to compare rental prices in different parts of the province. It is not an easy task, but it is worth your time and effort.
In 2002, the average apartment vacancy rate in neighborhoods across Alberta declined to 2% from 3.4% in October 2011. Vacancy rates in October the following year ranged from 1% in the Cold Lake Census Agglomeration to 8.8% in Lethbridge. 2013’s report is not out yet, but if last year’s report is anything to go by, then Alberta is by far a tricky province to call home. There was yet another decline in Calgary and Edmonton Census Metropolitan Areas with their apartment vacancy rates declining to 1.3 and 1.7 % in that order. Medicine Hat went down the records as Alberta’s lowest average rent for a two bedroom apartment at just $702 monthly. Wood Buffalo stood on its ground as it had the previous year as Alberta’s most expensive 2 bedroom apartments at $2002 per month. Lethbridge apartments are currently in need with more renters than units provided much of the time.
Edmonton, which is Alberta’s capital, boasts of several convenient neighborhoods. Whyte Avenue is one of its most popular neighborhoods and considering what it has to offer, it is easy to understand why. The neighborhood offers a little bit of everything. Quick and easy access to amenities, affordable apartments and warm friendly locals from all walks of life. Calgary apartments for rent are also increasingly difficult to find, especially in summer months, when several large festivities including the Calgary Stampede, engage the town residents and drive a plethora of tourists from around the world.