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Homes for Rent in Oconnor Parkview, Toronto

With Zolo, it's easy to find your perfect home out of the 8 O'Connor-Parkview rentals. Search by location with our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate. O'Connor-Parkview homes can be filtered by price, number of bedrooms, size, and keywords like "ensuite laundry." To begin your search, establish your monthy budget and what home characteristics you're looking for. If your family is looking for a roomy home, there are 6 detached O'Connor-Parkview house rentals. There are also 1 O'Connor-Parkview apartments for rent if amenities like a swimming pool or bike storage are important to you. Most residents of the neighbourhood own, while 37% live in rentals. O'Connor-Parkview monthly rent costs about $864.

Location is also an important factor when it comes to browsing homes for rent. O'Connor-Parkview is one of 143 neighborhoods in Toronto. To see how O'Connor-Parkview matches up against other neighbourhoods, take a look at our hottest Toronto neighbourhoods list, which scores each community by how rapidly homes sold for and their selling price. Not quite finding what you're looking for in O'Connor-Parkview? There are 2545 Toronto rentals out there. Consider East York rentals, or think about renting in Crescent Town. For more support, talk to one of our real estate agents in Toronto for a consultation on what to look out for while you're shopping for your next rental.

Thinking about buying? There are currently 24 homes for sale in O'Connor-Parkview, 1 of which are O'Connor-Parkview condos. Need more space? There are 19 houses for sale in O'Connor-Parkview too. Whether you're a first-time home buyer or just want to learn about the housing market, a look at Zolo's Toronto housing market stats will give you an idea of where the market is going and how it has changed.

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