Renters Encouraged to Develop a Search Strategy

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Author: David McFarlane

The writer is associated with Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (CAPREIT), which is Canada's largest owner of multi-family rental communities; CAPREIT provides safe, secure, and comfortable accommodations in regions like Queens Avenue, Victoria BC Apartments for Rent,Aparment Rentals in Halifax and Apartments for Rent Toronto etc .

For those intent on finding an apartment in halifax a strategy is necessary. The competition for good rental apartments can be intense, particularly as newcomers to the city tend to arrive around the same time: the beginning of the school year. Since Halifax is home to several post secondary institutions as well as military personnel, those without a good plan for finding a place can easily become overwhelmed.

Renters are encouraged to begin with a detailed online search to narrow down not only the range options, but to better understand the city and where they hope to situate themselves.

While Halifax is not an especially large city, it has several distinct neighbourhoods, each offering a unique charm. The downtown core is filled with bars and restaurants. Those looking for a lively nightlife will have no shortage of options for easy-to-access entertainment. Travelling westward out of the downtown core, a public garden takes up an entire city block, offering passersby a quiet space in which to enjoy flowers, a fountain and a gazebo.

For renters looking to be situated more closely to libraries and university facilities such as labs, a running track or Olympic sized swimming pool should consider living even further west. Much of the Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College campuses spread across the west end and are surrounded by residential streets.

Halifax’s north end it full of culture and contains one of the city’s most historic churches, St. George’s. Known by many locals as the ‘Round Church’ it was built in the 1800s, as an annex to a smaller church that could not accommodate a growing Anglican congregation.

Halifax’s south end is popular among those looking for easy access to the ever-popular Point Pleasant Park. A sprawling space filled with trails that weave through an old forest, the Park is used daily by outdoor enthusiasts, animal lovers and athletes who use the terrain to train.

Though Halifax is small compared to Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal, it has made a name for itself as the home to many talented musicians and performance artists. There is no shortage of pubs and bars in the downtown core that showcase local musicians, particularly those who play string instruments such as the violin or fiddle.

With so much culture to soak up and such a range of lifestyles in which to participate, it’s no surprise how many people are keen to relocate, even temporarily, to Halifax.

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