Rent To Own Homes Brampton, Ontario

We’re dedicated to helping you own your home and to building financial security for you and your family through our rent-to-own program. We offer alternative solutions for those that may not currently qualify for a traditional mortgage.

The JAAG Rent to Home Program is an obtainable opportunity for you to become a homeowner in less than 36 months without conventional financing. Join our program and benefit from our fast approval process, financial support, Real Estate Support, Credit Support, mentoring and Mortgage Financing. Our teams will guide you through the process of purchasing your dream home so you don’t have to do it on your own.

Have you always wanted to be a homeowner in Brampton, Ontario? Together we’ll make your dreams come true! Our rent-to-own program is flexible and fully customized to your situation.

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Brampton, Ontario, is a diverse and multicultural city that has become home to hundreds of thousands of immigrants – the fourth largest visible minority population in Canada. It is one of the fastest-growing cities in all of Canada, located in the Regional Municipality of Peel which includes the City of Mississauga, City of Brampton, and Town of Caledon. The region is also part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and is only 40 km away from the City of Toronto.

With a population of 648,100 (2021), it is the fourth most populated in Ontario and ninth-largest in Canada. 52% of the city’s population were born outside of Canada (over 300,000 residents).

The Peel District School Board runs the public schools, including 85 elementary and middle schools and 16 high schools. The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board runs catholic schools, including 44 Catholic elementary and middle schools and nine high schools.  If you prefer, you can enroll your children in one of the city’s private schools or English as a second language (ESL) schools.

Diversity is a top reason immigrants choose Brampton as their new home when they come to Canada. There are over 300,000 immigrants in the city, and this number increases by thousands each year. Over 70% of the population identify as a visible minority. In total, there are over 230 ethnicities represented in the region.

Based on the 2016 Census, the largest ethnic group is South Asian (44.3% of the population. This is followed by European (26%), Black (13.9%), Filipino (3.4%), Latin American (2.4%), East Asian (1.7%), and Southeast Asian (1.4%).

The most common languages spoken in the city are English (95.1%), Punjabi (24.0%), Hindi (11.4%), Urdu (5.4%), and French (5.2%).

Brampton’s proximity to Pearson International Airport, major highways and corporate tax structure attract many people and businesses to the region. It has become a destination for corporate head offices, warehouses, manufacturing facilities and factories. It is a prime location along the supply chain in the province. High growth is expected in the city until 2041.

The top industries in Brampton are advanced manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, information and communication technologies, innovation and technology, food and beverage, health and life sciences and other business services.

The top employers in Brampton are Amazon, Magna, Dynacare, BMP Metals, Coca-Cola Bottling Ltd. and Loblaw Companies Ltd.

Fun Fact: Not only is Brampton the third-largest city in the GTA, it is also the youngest with a median age of 33.7 years.

Getting Around Brampton

The city is surrounded by several major highways, including Highway 410, which runs through the middle of the town. Other Highways include 401, Highway 10, Highway 7, and Highway 407 ETR, a toll road.

Brampton Transit is the local transportation provider. Residents can get around on Zum bus rapid transit (BRT). You can also connect to other systems such as York Regional Transit and MiWay. If you work in downtown Toronto, it’s a convenient commute on the GO train or other areas across the GTA. The closest airport is Toronto Pearson Airport.

Life in Brampton

Enjoy the vibrant City of Brampton through gorgeous green spaces, indoor and outdoor art, and many cultural events. These are just a few of the best things to do in the ‘Flower Town of Canada.’ Stroll through Gage Park and spend a romantic afternoon among its garden gazebos, or get to know Brampton’s history at the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) or or watch migratory birds take flight in the Claireville Conservation Area.

Arts and Culture

The city has several unique attractions, including the Peel Art Gallery, Lester B. Pearson Theatre, Brampton Heritage Walk, Artway Gallery, and Great War Flying Museum. If you’re into the arts, The Rose and Lester B. Pearson Theatre hold multicultural productions throughout the year. Some of the annual festivals and events include Black History Month celebrations, Pride Festival, National Indigenous Peoples Day, Canada Day, Winter Lights Festival and more!

Shopping, Food and Drinks

Brampton is known for its international food. So you can find diverse cultural restaurants throughout the city. Some of the best Indian restaurants in Canada are located in Brampton. Brampton hosts an annual three day Food Truck Festival with over 40 trucks serving the best food from around the world.

Brampton is located next to many cities that offer the best shopping experiences in Canada – Mississauga’s Square One Mall is only 20 to 30 minutes away from the city.

Nature & Parks

Brampton is known as the “Flower City” of Canada; with over 400 roadside gardens, the city offers you a chance to enjoy these floral gardens through self-guided tours. There’s lots of green space all over Brampton for strolls, bike rides and picnics, such as Gage Park and Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park. To get away from the urban jungle, Claireville Conservation Area, Heart Lake Conservation Area, and Professor’s Lake are all excellent escapes to hike, play and explore.

Cool down in the summer by visiting the Heart Lake Conservation Area, which is popular among locals for its variety of outdoor water-based activities like fishing, boating, and canoeing.

Sporting Events & Concerts

The most notable is the Brampton Battalion of the Ontario Hockey League. And in the summer, Garden Square is a great place to see local music artists, live entertainment, cultural events, and much more.

You’ll benefit in more ways than one with JAAG Rent to Home Program.

We’ve helped over 200 families move into the home of their dreams. We’re excited for you to join the neighbourhood, and we’re here to help you whatever your situation may be. Get pre-approved today, and let’s find you your dream home.

Start the process. Get pre-approved today!