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What is Different About our Rental Properties?


Sutton Rentals are Investor owned properties across the Greater Toronto Area. These are not properties in all "rental" buildings.

Often times they are vacant, we allow the existing tenant to move, we have our crews go in and prepare the property and then viewings begin. So if you are worried you need a property within a week or 30 days, we can usually help.

Many of our Investors plan on holding their properties for a long period of time and a minimum of 1 year lease is prefered. In some situations these tenants have the first opportunity to purchase the property.

Inventory can change daily so visit us often.

Things you should know about Renting from an Inventor. Frequently Asked Questions about Rentals.

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Give us at call 416-896-3333 we cover the entire GTA including Waterfront Condos for Rent, Mississauga Condos for Rent including the Absolute Building, Living Arts, Duke of York and Prince of Wales.

Many are vacant and move in dates can be almost immediate.



Tips for Tenants

1. Documents: Landlords are usually looking for the following documents. Having the information available in advance will help save you time and perhaps give you a little more power to negotiate price or terms of your lease.

a. Have a Rental Application completed. You can download a sample below
b. Job Letter or proof self employment.
c. A reference letter (not always required, but it's nice to have available)
d. Credit Check. The Landord will most likely ask your permission to obtain his own copy, but you can also obtain a free consumer report in advance by visiting

2. I'd like to move ... when should I start looking for new rental accommodations with Sutton?

Our investment rental properties are usually vacant and move in ready when we place them on the market. So our Landlords are looking for immediate to 30 day occupancy. With our properties, 60 days is usually sufficient timing to find the ideal premises.

3. Condo Rentals - What's included?

Usually a condominium rental in the Toronto and surrounding areas includings all utilities, so the rent is all inclusive. But, keep in mind the new buildings are now installing separate utility meters, and usage is not included in the Landlords monthly maintenance fee. Don't assume, look carefully to if utilities are included.

Landlords traditionally pay for property taxes, building insurance (not content insurance), maintenance fees.

4. Condo Facilities - Can we use them?

Many of our condominium buildings offer amazing facilities, outdoor tennis courts, indoor pools, gym, squash, saunas etc. The Landlord is already paying for the maintenance of these items through his monthly maintenance fee's, so why not ask that these items be included in the lease. If possible add a clause that a key to these facilities will be provided to you upon occupancy.

If you are already paying Gym fee's this might save you some money in the long run.

5. Pets and a Condo

Many condominium corporations have strict rules about pets. Ask for a copy of the Condominum Rules and Regulations if you are told they allow pets to confirm the restrictions that are place, such as size and numbers.

6. Detached and Townhomes - What's included?

Traditionally the tenant will pay their monthly rental fee with utilities extra. If utilities are separate, the tenant will usually be asked to transfer the utility bills into their own name.

The Landlord traditionally pays the property tax bill and building insurance. The tenant will most likely be asked to obtain content insurance.

7. Deposits. When you have negotiated your price, terms and occupancy you will want to secure the property so it's yours while you are waiting for your move-in date. Once an Offer to Lease has been accepted traditionally a "first and last" months deposit cheque is accompanied.

The Offer to Lease will be drafted by our staff, sales representative, outlining the monthly rental rate, what is included, occupancy date and other common terms and conditions which you will review in advance of signing.


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Renting may be the ideal situation until you decide which community you would like to live long term.

Click here for frequently asked questions about our rentals or feel free to call us at 905-896-3333 or 416-896-3333. Our staff will be happy to provide you with rental and community information to help you make a decision on the right location.

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