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King City Apartments for Rent, King

With Zolo, you'll easily find the perfect King City rental. Search by location with our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate. King City homes can be filtered by home type, price, bedrooms, size, and more. As well as determining your monthly rent, you will also want to figure out how much space you will need and what kind of amenities you'd like. Features to consider when browsing King City apartments for rent include: washer and dryer included, concierge, waterfront view, and proximity to to restaurants, public transit, and shopping. If you're curious about King City townhouses for rent or King City house rentals, Zolo has those too. If you already have King City in mind as your new neighborhood, it will be much easier to shop for condos for rent. King has 5 vibrant neighborhoods, where the monthly rent averages $1,398. Residents that live in King City rentals make up 12% of the neighbourhood tenants, while 88% own homes.

If you're curious about about the different communities within the city, check out Zolo's King schools page and our hottest King neighbourhoods list to see all neighborhoods ranked by how quickly they sold. Can't find what you're looking for in King City? Explore some King rentals, Rural King rental listings, or consider renting in Nobleton.

If you're thinking about buying, there are about 143 homes on the King MLS® system and 57 homes for sale in King City, including 2 King City condos and 53 houses for sale in King City. For more info on the King housing market, take a look at our King real estate market report. Meet with one of our King REALTORS® to start seeing some King City condo rentals today!

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