Rent Smart. Rest Easy.

Share your rental experience to help the next tenant.

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Housing is a human right yet we treat it as a luxury. Renters are treated like they don't contribute to our community.

If people aren’t looking out for the community, then the benefits of a community erode. We work better together.

Good Neighbour seeks to revolutionize renting by empowering renters and landlords to be their best.

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Apartment listings don’t tell you the full story.

Listings are designed to sell, but the community has the lived experiences that come from spending time in an apartment. Noisy neighbours, accessibility, building maintainance and more. These details can only come from the community. Shout it out, anonymously.

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Be a voice. Not an echo.

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Renters deserve respect.

Renting is often your largest monthly expense and yet, we struggle to find housing that matches our expectations. As consumers, society treats us like we don't deserve the respect we should have.

We need each other.

Getting that first utility bill can be a shock. Find out about the average costs previous tenants have paid for utilities and more. You deserve the best.

Protect others with your voice.

We review everything else. Clothes, shoes, computers and yet apartments are often a roll of the dice. Telling your story helps others find safe and healthy housing.

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Good Neighbour recognizes that it was founded on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Good Neighbour recognizes that Hamilton is covered by Treaty 3 signed with the Mississaugas of the Credit.