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Victoria has some unique things going for it that cannot be said of many other Canadian cities. These qualities – nice beaches, moderate climate, sophistication in culture, low crime – can explain why the vacancy rate for apartments to rent in Victoria is oftentimes below one percent. With these qualities to make life fairly pleasant, finding Victoria houses for rent and Victoria apartments for rent can be very daunting.

Gorge Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V9A 1L1
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With access to the Gorge waterway, beautiful views, and just 2 km from downtown Victoria, this parkland community consisting of the Prince Charles,...
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Kamel Point Village Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8V 1A2
This water front low-rise apartment building is close to Macdonald Park, the Harbour and near James Bay square. It is surrounded by trees and other...
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Niagara Court Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8V 1H3
These picturesque apartments for rent in Victoria are conveniently located to schools, parks, shopping and major attractions. The National Geograph...
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Queens Avenue Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8T 1M9
This three-storey low-rise featuring apartments for rent in Victoria combines the atmosphere of a mature, residential neighbourhood with proximity ...
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Sansar Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8T 2A9
Sansar Apartments for rent in Victoria is a gorgeous community surrounded by plenty of shopping and provides easy access to downtown. The four-stor...
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Tara Place Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4V6
12th month free AND $500 Move-In Bonus
A beautifully maintained concrete high rise in an ideal location for an apartment for rent in Victoria. Tara Place is close to all necessary servic...
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Gorge Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V9A 1L1
With access to the Gorge waterway, beautiful views, and just 2 km from downtown Victoria, this parkland community consisting of the Prince Charles,...
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Gorge Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V9A 1L1
12th Month Free!
With access to the Gorge waterway, beautiful views, and just 2 km from downtown Victoria, this parkland community consisting of the Prince Charles,...
Listing by - CAPREIT

The Q Apartments - Victoria, British Columbia V8V 2P9
Currently under renovation, The Q Apartments will offer studio, one and two bedroom rental homes. From compact furnished or unfurnished studios to ...
Listing by - Concert Properties

Anondale Court - Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4S7
12th Month Free.
Located within easy walking distance of downtown Victoria and the picturesque Inner Harbour, Anondale Court is a popular rental option in a quiet r...
Units Available: 1
Starting at $13.85
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Three core neighborhoods of Victoria – Fairfield, Oak Bay, and Saanich East – are all within walking distances of Victoria beaches, and also extremely nice neighborhoods for shopping, dining, relaxing, and living. However, with these quality-of-life enhancers comes a price, and any opening for apartments to rent in Victoria is often snatched up quickly at a premium, meaning there are little chances to find value in the area. To be able to snag a place there, one must have the money available to match a landlord’s request (forget haggling) and the drive to find an open place as soon as it pops up and pounce on it.

The Gordon Head and Lansdowne neighborhoods are close to local universities. Therefore, potential residents may luck out on finding Victoria houses to rent or apartments for rent in Victoria depending on the time of year. If a potential resident is able to time their move with a mass student move out at the end of a term, they can oftentimes find themselves the beneficiary of a very good deal.

Most areas of Victoria allow people to get around quite easily without a car. Furthermore, most areas of Victoria are fairly safe –the incidence of crime across almost all of Victoria’s neighborhoods is extremely low for such a city. At almost 350,000 people, the provincial capital of British Columbia has grown over 13 percent over a ten-year period. With rapid growth and a nice environment and atmosphere, it is no wonder that finding apartments for rent in Victoria can be a challenging task.