PadMapper has released their annual report

Kelowna ranked tenth most expensive for renters

PadMapper has released their annual report

Kelowna has been ranked the tenth most expensive rental market in Canada by PadMapper.

After releasing their Canadian National Rent Report that analyzes listings to examine rental prices across the 26 largest cities in the country.

Related:FEATURE FRIDAY: Kelowna appears to be in a rental boom

Kelowna has the average prices of one and two bedroom units settling at medians of $1,140 and $1,620. Which has risen 10.70 per cent from the same time last year.

Related:Kelowna seventh most expensive rental market

For more information and the full report click here.

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