Apartments for Rent in Halton Hills, ON

Listings last updated 06/24/2022
    • 4 BedsBds
    • 4 BathsBa
    • Single Family
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    $5,500 CAD/mo.
    • 4 BedsBds
    • 4 BathsBa
    • Single Family
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    $3,500 CAD/mo.
    • 2 BedsBds
    • 1 BathBa
    • Single Family
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    $2,000 CAD/mo. 600
    • 4 BedsBds
    • 4 BathsBa
    • Single Family
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    $3,800 CAD/mo.
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    $1,600 CAD/mo.
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    $2,500 CAD/mo.
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There are 8 apartments for rent in Halton Hills, ON to choose from, with prices between $1,600 and $5,500 per month.      

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CITY GUIDE
Halton Hills, Ontario

Halton Hills is home to over 61,000 people and is located in the southern portion of the province. The city spans more than 276 square kilometres near the communities of Brampton, Guelph, Milton, and Mississauga. There is a small-town feel to Halton Hills, and there are a number of communities located within its boundaries, including Georgetown, Acton, Limehouse, and Scotch Block. The area has a number of conservation areas and golf clubs, providing outdoor recreation options for residents.

Halton Hills, Ontario

Halton Hills, Ontario
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Real Estate Market Overview

With average prices ranging from $550,000 to $900,000, real estate in Halton Hills can be on the expensive side.

Halton Hills’ northern section has a mix of large, newer built single-family homes and older, more affordable single-family homes. The newer homes tend to be on larger lots with long driveways. This section also offers newer built row houses and retail commercial space. The central and southern sections of the city also have a mix of newer and older single-family homes, with larger, more expensive homes situated along the edges of these sections.


Rental Market

With a vacancy rate normally at around less than 2%, the rental market in Halton Hills is tight. High demand, coupled with a lack of new rental buildings, has kept the vacancy rate low in the city. Vacancy rates are highest for three-bedroom apartments, and lowest for bachelor apartments. Average rent costs in the city are around $730 for a bachelor apartment, $1,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, $1,200 for a two-bedroom apartment, and $1,500 for a three-bedroom (or more) apartment. The overall average rent cost in Halton Hills is $1,100. Rent costs have increased slightly in the city, with one-bedroom and two-bedroom units seeing the highest increases.

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Employment

Clean technology, digital media, financial services, information technology, life sciences, manufacturing, professional services, tourism, and engineering are all major industries in Halton Hills. Clean technologies include waste remediation, smart grid, water and sewage treatment, and green chemistry. Some of the larger clean technology companies operating in the city include GE Water and Process Technologies, Emterra Group, and Ecosynthetix. Major employers in the manufacturing sector include Ford of Canada, Siemens Canada, Goodrich Landing Gear, and Cogent Power Inc. Digital media operations in the city include gaming products, design services, and software development, with companies like Rockstar Games and The Weather Network employing local residents. Halton Hills’ unemployment rate is around 5%, which is slightly lower than the national rate.


Transportation

GO Transit operates two bus routes (routes 31 and 33) in the city, along Highway 7, which go to the Georgetown GO Station on their way from Guelph to Toronto or York Mills and back. The Georgetown GO Station also provides access to GO Transit’s Kitchener train line, which runs from Kitchener to Toronto six times a day (each way). VIA Rail trains also stop at the Georgetown GO Station with their Corridor Service, which runs from Sarnia to Toronto. Residents with mobility issues can use the ActiVan accessible transit service to get around the city.

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Schools

The Halton District School Board and Halton Catholic District School Board operate primary and secondary schools in the city, including Park Public School, Harrison Public School, St. Brigid, St. Joseph, Glen Williams Public School, Limehouse Public School, Holy Cross, Silver Creek Public School, Christ the King Catholic Secondary School, Acton District High School, and Georgetown District High School. One private school also operates in the city.

There are no post-secondary options in the city, so residents must travel to Guelph, Brampton, or Mississauga to access institutions like Sheridan College, the University of Toronto, Algoma University, the University of Guelph, and Conestoga College.


Family Life

Limehouse Conservation Area features 190 acres of natural park space with forested areas, meadows, and limestone crevices and fissures. The area is home to Black Creek, Bruce Trail (walking trail), and restored limestone kilns and mill ruins. Popular activities in the area are hiking, birdwatching, and photography.

The John Elliott Theatre is both a performing arts centre, and a movie theatre. Residents can see live theatre and concert performances, as well as seminars, workshops, and presentations. Movies presented at the theatre include popular films, independent films, and documentaries.

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