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Live in Canada

Live in Canada

Moving to live in Canada requires a lot of planning but finding a roof over your head is one of the most important priorities.

Where to live in Canada:


If you are lucky you may be able to organize it all before you arrive but you may find this difficult to do, or you may prefer to wait so you can see your new home in person before signing on the dotted line.

It is therefore unlikely that your new home will be ready for you the day you arrive to live in Canada. If you don't have family or friends you can stay with there are plenty of hotels and hostels that you could use on a temporary basis. The quality and facilities on offer will vary significantly and as a general rule, hotels will usually be of a higher standard than a hostel. 

If you are planned on looking for rented accommodation to live in Canada, a useful source of information could be the local immigration organisation in the town you will be living in. Many of them have temporary accommodation for new arrivals to live in Canada whilst they arrange something more permanent. 

When you are looking to find somewhere to live in Canada, the national federal agency, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) could be a very helpful source of information. CMHC have a website full of advice and tips, and has a specific section designed to help those who are new to the country. 

How long you think you will live in Canada could well determine whether you rent or buy. Whatever your decision there is a range of different property types to pick from.

Apartments are a common type of accommodation, and are available to both rent and buy. One, two and three bedroom options are frequently on the market, whilst those where the living area and bedroom are combined are often referred to as bachelor units. 

Condominiums are an option available to live in Canada which can work out as a more cost-effective choice, particularly if you are looking to buy. A monthly fee is payable to the condo owner who in turn handles all the maintenance and repairs. 

If you are particularly keen on a house rather than an apartment, you will be able to find detached, semi-detached and townhouses. The latter two share walls with their neighbors whilst detached houses have their own grounds. 

For those individuals looking for a budget option to rent rather than buy, a house share or rental room arrangement can usually be found with ease too. This provides a private area within a house but many of the facilities such as the kitchen and bathroom are shared. 

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