Rent to Own Homes in Windsor, 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 Windsor, 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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Windsor, also known as the Rose City, is the third-largest city in Southwestern Ontario after London and Kitchener, with over 230,000 residents. It’s a four-hour drive from Toronto, about five hours from Chicago and five minutes from Detroit. Windsor is in Essex County, which comprises Tecumseh, Lakeshore, LaSalle and Amherstburg.

Windsor is home to the University of Windsor and St. Clair College, Hiram Walker distillery and Windsor Salt. Windsor is situated on the Detroit River, allowing the residents to have the Detroit skyline as the backdrop to their city. There are two hospitals in Windsor, both with 24-hour emergency services. Four school boards govern windsor’s elementary and secondary schools; Greater Essex County District School Board (Public English Board), Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board (Catholic English Board), Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence (Catholic French Board) and The Conseil Scolaire Viamonde (Public French Board).

Windsor is known as The Automotive Capital of Canada, with more than 30,000 employed in automotive production at Chrysler, Ford and General Motors and hundreds of auto-related suppliers. Being so close to the border means you can look for jobs in Windsor, Detroit and other parts of Michigan.

Fun Fact: Chicago’s Al Capone was a frequent visitor to Windsor, ON. Because Windsor is in the middle of North America’s Great Lakes system, it’s a historically strategic location for the run-running days of prohibition, which is why Windsor is also known as ‘Whiskeytown’.

Getting Around Windsor

Downtown Windsor, Ontario

Transit Windsor buses operate seven days a week across 14 routes. One of those routes passes through the Detroit/Windsor Tunnel and crosses the border! The VIA Rail line has its own Windsor International Airport (YQG) airport.

Life in Windsor

Windsor is situated on the bank of the Detroit River, minutes away from the Canadian-American border so life in Windsor can be quite exciting. Windsor is a lively hub of culture, food, nature and attractions, with something for everyone.

Arts and Culture

Windsor hosts many festivals throughout the year, including Bluesfest Windsor, Carousel of Nations, and the Summer Fest, which celebrates both Canada Day and Fourth of July across the border with parades, a carnival by the river and fireworks on the Detroit River. Art Gallery of Windsor provides scope for the arts, and the Windsor symphony orchestra is one of the best small orchestras in Canada. Windsor International Film Festival is also a big draw with drive-in movie showcases at Festival Plaza, located on the river.

Shopping, Food and Drinks

Windsor is vibrant, beautiful and diverse! The Downtown area boasts many great restaurants, bars, nightclubs and cafes and even has a Cuban cigar shop downtown! Other parts of the city like Little Italy and Walkerville provide great escapes to diverse culinary experiences and boutique stores. There are a couple of farmers’ markets held in the spring, summer and fall months, and there is always something to do at Caesars Casino. Windsor and its surrounding area have several wineries, breweries, and even two whiskey distilleries!

Nature & Parks

The riverside trails and gardens are a must in Windsor. You can observe the finest gardens and landscaping at Dieppe Gardens, Sculpture Gardens and Coventry Gardens, all of which have the riverwalk where you can walk, jog, bike or use the city’s new electric scooters. Ojibway Prairie Complex and Malden park are great places to take your family for a picnic and even go sledding down Malden Hill in the winter.

Sporting Events & Concerts

Caesars Casino is one of four casinos in the Windsor-Detroit area, which hosts concerts, comedians and shows of all kinds all year round. Windsor has one of the best small symphony orchestras performing an entire season in Canada. Windsor Feminist Theatre, Windsor Light Opera, and University Players provide another night out, and the refurbished Capitol Theatre pinch hits with other plays and concerts.

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!