The difference in average prices between the most expensive rental borough in Montreal and the cheapest is over $300.
For the month of December, the most expensive Montreal borough to live in is Le Plateau, and the cheapest is Côte-des-Neiges.
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The numbers, courtesy of Canadian rental website liv.rent, show that December’s average one-bedroom rental price in Le Plateau is $1,433 compared to Côte-des-Neiges $1,100 — a difference of $333.
Live.rent says following last month’s yearly high averages, Montreal has once again returned to its average rent price. “There were a number of interesting declines, and we’re keeping a close eye on prices heading into the new year,” says the report.
Average rent in Montreal for one-bedroom apartments in December is $1,236.