Kingston has a wide variety of rental alternatives, whether you are looking for a bachelor apartment or space to accommodate a family. Renting can give you time to become familiar with a particular neighbourhood without making the commitment of purchasing a home.
Most landlords in Kingston will ask you to sign a lease for one year, and to pay for the first and last month's rent when you move in. A number of local accommodation providers such as hotels and bed and breakfasts offer short-term rental options - for more information please visit the tourism section of our website.
Property Management Firms
Real estate agents/agencies can also be a source of information on rental apartments, and Kingston has several property management firms that handle rental properties.
Please find below a partial listing of property management firms which specialize in rentals - a comprehensive list can be found in the Yellow Pages under Real Estate Management.
The Kingston Rental Property Owners Association has one of the most comprehensive lists of rental properties found within Kingston and the surrounding communities. Their website features a searchable database of properties - please visit their site at: http://www.kingstonrentals.com
Other great sources of information on available property rentals can be found on:
Queen's University Housing Services
Queen's University Housing Services lists everything from student apartments to faculty homes. You can view their extensive and searchable database of listings online at
Information for Renters
The Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal covers the legal rights of Ontario's renters and landlords. They can be reached at 1-888-332-3234.
The City of Kingston's Property Standards Office can be reached at 613-546-0000.
Kingston Economic Development Corporation
945 Princess Street at Innovation Park
Kingston, ON Canada K7L 3N6
Tel: 1-866-665-3326 or 613-544-2725 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org