In Brantford, Ontario, the average price of a two bedroom rental unit is 846 CAD, according to Settlement.org. The average cost of a three bedroom or larger unit is 980 CAD. The average price of a bachelor-style rental unit is 630 CAD, while the average rent for a one-bedroom unit is 765 CAD. In 2013, the average vacancy rate in Brantford was 1.4 percent, and in 2014, this rate was 2.4 percent.
Brantford is a city located in the center of southern Ontario and is close to main highways and railways, reports the city's website. In addition, Brantford offers access to highway 403 and is close to Canadian ports of entry, such as Niagara Falls, Toronto and Windsor. The city lies along the Grand River. On July 26, 1874 Alexander Graham Bell developed the idea for the telephone in Brantford, earning the location the nickname of the Telephone City.
Brantford is also the hometown of Wayne Gretzky, notes the city's website. The town is also home to Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, which was the first Protestant church in Ontario and the first Royal Chapel to belong to native people. It is also the location in which the Mohawk leader, Captain Joseph Thayendanegea Brant, whom the city is named for, is buried. Brantford also hosts the large annual festival known as the International Villages Festival, and the city is also where the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts is located. The city has more than 40 kilometers of trails and houses a four-season portion of the Trans Canada Trail.