Apartments for Rent in Regina, SK

Listings last updated 06/22/2021

Only 18 listings are available in Regina. Below you can find apartments for rent from nearby areas in Saskatchewan:

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How many apartments for rent are available in Regina, SK?

There are 18 apartments for rent in Regina, SK to choose from, with prices between $750 and $3,970 per month.

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CITY GUIDE
REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN

While it is Saskatchewan’s capital city, Regina is not the province’s largest one, with a population of around 215,000 people. The 179-square-kilometre city is located in the southern portion of the province, close to the communities of Pense, Pilot Butte, Emerald Park, and Grand Coulee. One of the main focuses in the city is Wascana Lake, which breaks up the surrounding prairie landscape. The lake was created by early planners of the area, who dammed Wascana Creek to create it.

Regina, SK

Regina, SK
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Real Estate Market Overview

The average residential sale prices in Regina range between $210,000 and $360,000, making the city an affordable place to live. A mix of affordable condos/townhouses and single-family homes can be found in the city’s northern section. Vacant land and commercial options are not as common. The central section offers mostly oldersingle-family homes at slightly lower prices compared to those in the northern section.Many condo options are also available in this area, as are vacant land and commercial properties (mostly retail). For a wider range of housing options, from mobile dwellings at lower prices to large newer homes that come with higher price tags, residents can look to Regina’s southern section. There are also condo options, but fewer vacant lots and commercial options.


Rental Market

Vacancy rates in Regina have increased slightly over the past few years, shifting from around 3% to about5%. Rent costs have not changed much over the same period.Minimal rent increases, increased apartment supply, and affordable home ownership have all contributed to the increased vacancy rates in the city.Depending on the area of the city, rent costs can range between $900 for a one-bedroom apartment and $1,300 for a three-bedroom (or more) apartment. Condos, traditional apartments, and townhouses are all rental options in Regina.

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Employment

Major industries in Regina include potash, oil and natural gas, kaolin, sodium sulphite, and bentonite. Federated Co-op has an oil refinery in the city that handles over 100,000 barrels per day.Agriculture (wheat, canola, barley, and livestock) has traditionally been a large industry in the area, and remains an important economic contributor. Viterra Inc., a large grain-handling operation, is headquartered in Regina. Manufacturing is also a major employer in the area, with products such as steel plate and pipe.The city’s unemployment rate tends to sit between4% and 5% each year, which is lower than national averages.


Transportation

Regina Transit operates a fleet ofover100buses that service close to20 public transit routes throughout the city at all times of the day.Many of these are accessible for those with children, disabilities, or mobility issues. Other transportation services in the city include Greyhound (long-distance bus) and the Regina International Airport.

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Schools

Schools

Regina has two school boards: the Regina Public School Board and the Roman Catholic Separate School Board. The city has about70 elementary schools and 13 high schools. Examples of schools in the city include Albert Community School, Glen Elm School, Lakeview School, George Lee School, Argyle School, Walker School, Thomson Community School, St. Gabriel School, Holy Rosary Community School, St. Peter School, Scott Collegiate, Campbell Collegiate, and Miller Comprehensive High School. There are also a number of private schools in the city. Post-secondary institutions in the city include the University of Regina (undergraduate and graduate programs offered), Saskatchewan Polytechnic, College Mathieu, INtouch Career College, and First Nations University of Canada.


Family Life

Regina has two school boards: the Regina Public School Board and the Roman Catholic Separate School Board. The city has about70 elementary schools and 13 high schools. Examples of schools in the city include Albert Community School, Glen Elm School, Lakeview School, George Lee School, Argyle School, Walker School, Thomson Community School, St. Gabriel School, Holy Rosary Community School, St. Peter School, Scott Collegiate, Campbell Collegiate, and Miller Comprehensive High School. There are also a number of private schools in the city. Post-secondary institutions in the city include the University of Regina (undergraduate and graduate programs offered), Saskatchewan Polytechnic, College Mathieu, INtouch Career College, and First Nations University of Canada.

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