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London Townhouses for Rent

2 days ago
For Rent
$1,550 / Mo

14 - 3200 Singleton Ave, London

3 beds2 baths1400–1599 sq. ft.
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$1,800 / Mo

49 - 925 Lawson Rd, London

3 + 1 beds3 baths1600–1799 sq. ft.
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Renting a Townhouse in London

Zoocasa has 59 active townhouse listings for rent throughout London. For past listings, search our London sold and expired listings. The average listing price in London for a townhouse is $1,675. The average list price differs significantly for other property types. The average rental price of a house is $2,149, $1,675 for a townhouse, and $1,195 for a condo. There are many popular cities surrounding London, including Norfolk County, Waterloo, Kitchener, Brantford, Cambridge, Sarnia, Guelph that offer a variety of rental prices and unique areas to live. London also has many options for buyers looking for a townhouse with 2 active listings and an average list price of $549,915.

London Property Taxes

Residents of the city of London are expected to pay property taxes on all residences that they own. Property taxes can usually be found on each active Zoocasa listing, or can be looked up here. As of 2017, the estimated property tax residents can expect to pay is 1.360%.

There is currently no municipal land transfer tax in effect in London but the provincial land transfer tax still applies to all property purchases

See below for provincial land transfer tax rates.

Ontario Land Transfer Tax Rates
Purchase Price Rate
$0 - $55,000 0.5%
$55,000.01 - $250,000 1.0%
$250,000.01 - $400,000 1.5%
$400,000.01 - $2,000,000 2.0%
$2,000,000+ 2.5%

London Land Transfer Example:

Purchase price = $300,000

Ontario LTT
Purchase Price Subtract Tax Brackets Rate Non 1st Time Buyer Tax Payable 1st Time Buyer Tax Payable
$0 - $55,000 $55,000 0.5% $275 $0
$55,000 - $250,000 $195,000 1.0% $1,950 $0
$250,000 - $400,000 $150,000 1.5% $2,250 $475
$400,000 - $600,000 $200,000 2.0% $4,000 $4,000
Total LTT
Non 1st Time Buyer 1st Time Buyer
$8,475 $4,457

London City Guide

Located in the southwest corner of Ontario along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor, London is the province’s regional centre for health care and education. London has grown into Canada’s 11th largest metropolitan area, having annexed many smaller surrounding cities. Home to Western University, a large portion of the city’s population is made up of university students.

London hosts a number of musical and artistic festivals and exhibits that help drive its tourism industry, but most of its economic activity is centred around education, medical research and information systems.

Living in London

Demographics

The 2016 census reports 494,069 residents call London home, up 4.1% from 2011 levels. This is slightly lower than the average population growth of 4.6% in Ontario as a whole over the same time period.

The breakdown of the population in terms of ethnic background are as follows:

European 82%
Latin America 2.7%
Arab 2.6%
Black 2.4%
South Asian 2.2%
Chinese 2.0%
Aboriginal 1.9%
Southeast Asian 1.0%
West Asian 0.8%
Korean 0.8%
Fillipino 0.6%
Other 0.7%

Schools

The Thames Valley District School Board governs 154 elementary schools and 30 secondary schools across the city with 74,802 students.

Elementary School Name Fraser Rating (out of 10.0)
Jack Chambers 8.8
Stoneybrook 8.1
Masonville 7.9
University Heights 7.7
Byron Somserset 7.6
Secondary School Name Fraser Rating (out of 10.0)
London Central 8.9
Central Elgin 7.3
Oakridge 7.2
A B Lucas 7.1
Lord Dorchester 7.1

Retail

There are both large and small shopping malls and plazas in London, including the White Oaks Mall, CF Masonville Place, Westmount Shopping Centre, Citi Plaza, Cherryhill Village Mall, Oakridge Centre, and London Mall. Like most cities, Cadillac Fairview’s Masonville is a popular shopping destination for the residents in London.

Sports

There are currently no professional sports teams that call London home. Most residents in the city visit Toronto to watch professional sports.

London Airbnb Regulations

There are currently no regulations in place for short-term rental platforms like Airbnb in the city of London.

London Infrastructure

Public Transportation

London Transit Commission (LTC) is the main transit system and services the entire city with a fleet of buses. There are currently no plans for any rapid transit systems to be implemented in the city.

A majority of major bus routes run from 6:00 a.m. until 12:30 a.m., Monday to Saturday, and 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. A one-way fare on the London Transit system is $2.75 for adults and free for children under 12. A monthly pass can be purchased for $81 per month for adults and $70 per month for post-secondary students. LTC also offers a weekday pass for travel between Monday to Friday for $69 per month.

Airports

London is serviced by London International Airport and is one of the four international airports in Ontario. It is the 20th busiest airport in Canada in terms of aircraft movement. In 2016, more than 514,000 passengers pass through this airport with daily service from airlines including Air Canada, Air Transat, Sunwing and WestJet. Destinations include Ottawa, Toronto, Cancún, Punta Cana, Cayo Coco, Montego Bay, Varadero, Calgary, Orlando, and Winnipeg.

Taxi/Uber

The biggest taxi company that operates in London is Yellow London Taxi. Because taxis are difficult to hail on the go, it is best to book in advance or visit a train station or hotel where they are usually parked waiting for passengers.

An alternative to taking a taxi in London is Uber. Currently, the only Uber service available is the low-cost UberX. The platform has quickly become the most popular ride hailing service across Canada for its convenience.

Hospitals

There are currently four hospitals in the city of London. These include London Health Sciences Centre, Victoria Hospital, University Hospital, and St. Joseph’s Health Care London. All four hospitals are located across the city and are easily accessible by all residents.

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