Rent To Own in London, 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 London? 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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There are many things to love about London! Enjoy the city life in the heart of southwestern Ontario. It has the second fastest-growing population of all Canadian cities. There are over 550,000 residents in London and the surrounding area. It is a growing city with a local community spirit. You will find all the amenities you need, including a network of hospitals, a world’s top one percent University – Western University, an outstanding community college – Fanshawe College, recreation facilities, arts & cultural facilities, etc.

London has a strong community focus with an appreciation for inclusion and diversity. Over 20 percent of London’s population was born outside of Canada, and 11 percent of the population are visible minorities.

Opportunity is abundant in this growing city! London is a hub for higher education, medical research, technology, and manufacturing. Its location within southwestern Ontario makes it a key supply chain and transportation hub for the province. The strength of the manufacturing sector, rich agricultural lands and the proximity to the United States border make it an important economic region.

Fun Fact: Both The Notebook stars Ryan Gosling, and Rachael McAdams were born in London!

Getting Around London

London is situated on the main highway in Ontario, Highway 401, also known as the King’s Highway 401 or colloquially referred to as “the four-oh-one.” Highway 401 stretches from Windsor to the west and passes directly through Toronto and all the way to the Ontario-Quebec border. London is also around an hour’s drive from the US-Canada border. London is on the Via Rail route, Canada’s railway service, connected to eight provinces in Canada.

The London Transit Commission (LTC) offers accessible bus services that connect you to all of the city’s main areas. LTC accommodates people with disabilities, including paratransit services for those with special needs. Licensed taxi companies and Uber are also readily available. The city is currently planning a rapid transit system.

Walking and cycling are accessible, given the city’s layout. There are extensive bike routes, including on-street, off-street, and multi-use pathways.

Go Transit offers daily transportation to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The London International Airport offers domestic and international flights.

Life in London

Whether you are into sports, nature, music or cultural events, there is something for everyone to enjoy in London, ON. There is something for everyone all year round.

Arts and Culture

London has a vibrant culture enhanced by its museums, theatres, farmer’s markets and libraries. It is known for the annual Western Fair, which hosts over 120 special events each year, including Sunfest, Ribfest, and Home County Music & Art Festival.

Shopping, Food and Drinks

London has vibrant restaurants throughout the city. For nightlife, you can head downtown to Richmond Row, stroll through the market for some good eats, or grab a bite to eat at local eateries in Wortley Village and other neighbourhoods.

Nature & Parks

The “Forest City” has many trails and acres of rolling parkland with more than 200 parks and areas to walk, jog, picnic, play games, and cycle. And, if you enjoy skiing, Bolar Mountain is the place to be during the winter. London is only a short drive to the beach in Grand Bend or Port Stanley on the shores of Lake Huron or Lake Erie.

Sporting Events & Concerts

London is home to the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), London Lightning of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL), and the Western Mustangs Football team. London is a prime destination for concerts. Each year, it hosts a series of music festivals, including Rock The Park and Trackside. It’s home to many venues such as Budweiser Gardens, London Music Hall, Centennial Hall, Rum Runners, Aeolian Hall, and others.

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

We’ve helped over 50 families move into the home of their dreams in London and its surrounding areas. 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!