Rent To Own A Home
in Kitchener, Waterloo or Cambridge Ontario

Rent To Own A Home Kitchener Ontario
Dream of owning a home of your own one day? Have you had enough with paying rent? Tired of paying off someone else's mortgage? Our Rent-To-Own A Home Program in Kitchener, Waterloo or Cambridge can help you own your home in a few short years. Even if you've been turned down for a conventional mortgage, need to save a down payment or need to repair your credit history, our Rent-To-Own A Home Program in Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge is designed to help you stop renting and become a home owner.

Why Rent To Own A Home in Kitchener, Waterloo or Cambridge?


Here are some reasons:
  • Waterloo, Kitchener, and Cambridge make up what is called Canada's Technology Triangle (CTT), a joint economic development initiative designed to market the region.
  • Growing Population: 2011 population, City of Kitchener, 232,200 (Waterloo Region, 553,000). Cambridge, 124,000, Waterloo 99,000.
  • Waterloo is the smallest of the three cities, and is located directly adjacent to the city of Kitchener
  • Kitchener and Waterloo are often jointly referred to as "Kitchener-Waterloo" (K-W), or "the Twin Cities"
  • Waterloo has a large knowledge- and service-based economy with insurance and high-tech sectors as well as two universities. The city's largest employers are Sun Life Financial, the University of Waterloo, Manulife Financial, BlackBerry, Sandvine and Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Many high-tech companies take advantage of the concentration of high-tech employees in the Waterloo area, and have research and development centres there. Some of the large tech companies that have operations there include Google, Oracle, Intel, McAfee, NCR Corporation, and Electronic Arts
  • The city of Cambridge was created in January, 1973, formed by the amalgamation of the city of Galt, the Towns of Hespeler and Preston, and parts of the Townships of Waterloo and North Dumfries
  • Transportation throughout the region (Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge) is provided by Grand River Transit. There is a Kitchene GO Station providing train service.
  • The unemployment percentage in Kitchener is one of the lowest of all Ontario cities at 6.7%, below the national average of 7.1%
  • KWC has three major post-secondary institutions: Conestoga College, Wilfred Laurier University and the University of Waterloo
  • Top industries providing employment include the goods-producing sector, manufacturing, trade and education
  • KCW CMA is also known as the Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo Census Metropolitan Area (includes Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo, Woolwich and North Dumfries)
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  • Average household income in Kitchener (as of 2012) was $92,529
  • There are three hospitals serving the area with a total of 646 beds
  • In terms of recreation, the Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo area has seven pools, seven arenas and tons of tennis courts, baseball diamonds, soccer fields and playgrounds. There are two public golf courses, four library branches and 15 community centres, not to mention the Aud and the Kitchener Market that has been in operation for 140 years
  • Arts & Culture: Kitchener has many performance spaces, stages and galleries, as well as festivals celebrating diversity. Open-venue music, dinner theatre, dance performances and exhibits are just of the few cultural items the region has to offer. Enjoy the Artery Gallery, the Cambridge Gallery, the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Centre In The Square, Homer Watson Gallery, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Robert Langdon Gallery, Rotunda Gallery, the Registry Theatre and the Museum
  • Visit general attractions such as the Grand River, the Kitchener Market or Victoria Park
  • Historic attractions include Doon Heritage Village, Homer Watson House, Joseph Schneider Haus, Kitchener heritage conservation district and the Woodside National Historical Site.
Statistics Canada: Census metropolitan area of Kitchener Cambridge Waterloo, Ontario

Rent-To-Own-A-Home.ca helps people who are ready to make some positive changes in their lives and responsibly become home owners. If your credit score is less than desirable or you are trying to save a down payment, our Rent To Own A Home Program might be the answer. If you were you declined for a conventional mortgage and feel you deserve a second chance, contact us today. We are here to help those who want to help themselves.

Choose Your Own Dream Home


Instead of choosing a home from properties we have already purchased, our Rent-To-Own A Home Program is designed to allow you to shop for your own home! You choose the city to live (such as Kitchener, Cambridge or Waterloo), you discuss your wants and needs with one of our Realtors, and then you select your dream home. This allows you to choose from a much larger list of home types in multiple neighbourhoods throughout the metropolitan area of Kitchener, Cambridge or Waterloo.