Houses and Apartments for Rent in Windsor

Listings last updated 10/22/2018

Windsor Houses and Apartments for Rent

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    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • Single family
    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • Single family
    • 4 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • Single family
    • 1 Beds
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    • Single family
    • 3 Beds
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    • Single family
    • 2 Beds
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    • Single family
    Sat, 27 October 01:00:00 PM to 04:00:00 PM
    • 3 Beds
    • 1 Baths
    • Single family
  • $2,200 CAD / Monthly
    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • Single family
  • $1,200 CAD / Monthly
    • 2 Beds
    • 1 Baths
    • Single family
  • $2,975 CAD / Monthly
    • 4 Beds
    • 4 Baths
    • Single family
    • 4 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • Single family
  • $2,700 CAD / Monthly 300
    • 3 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • Single family

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Overview of Windsor, ON rentals

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There are 21 houses and apartments for rent in Windsor, ON

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CITY GUIDE
WINDSOR, ONTARIO

As the southernmost city in Canada, Windsor sits directly on the Canada/United States border and across the Detroit River from Detroit, Michigan. Covering over 146 square kilometres, the city is home to approximately 220,000 people and is situated near the communities of Leamington, Essex, Kingsville, and South Woodslee. Windsor’s lower housing costs and easily accessible public transportation options make it a family-friendly place to reside. The city’s close proximity to the Canada/United States border provides residents with short travel times to visit one of the United States’ larger cities.

Windsor, ON

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Real Estate Market Overview

Windsor is an affordable place to live, with average house prices ranging from $140,000 to $250,000. With a mix of affordable single-family homes, small commercial spaces, pricey vacant land, and condo options, the city’s northern section provides something for every budget. The central section, close to railway lines and the EC Row Expressway, has many older homes at reasonable prices. Newer development in the area offers larger and more expensive homes, and vacant land is also available. Commercial space includes industrial and retail options. With larger houses and yards, the city’s southern section has some of its more expensive real estate. Vacant lots are common in this section, but condo options and commercial spaces are harder to find.


Rental Market

Windsor has a fairly high vacancy rate, ranging from 4% to 6%, although it has been decreasing recently due to higher demand and fewer apartments being built. Smaller buildings tend to have higher vacancy rates in the city, as do older buildings, and the rent costs for these types of buildings reflect their availability. Windsor has affordable rent costs, with averages ranging from $500 for a bachelor apartment to $1,100 for a three-bedroom (or more) apartment. Rent tends to be lowest in the western and central areas of the city, and highest in the eastern areas.

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Employment

Windsor’s unemployment rate range of 5% to 7% is about the same as the national average, although the city has seen a decrease in the rate over the past couple of years. The city’s major industries include education, government services, tourism, and manufacturing. As one of Canada’s largest automobile manufacturing centres, Windsor is home to a minivan assembly plant, several tool and die manufacturers, two engine plants, and several automotive parts manufacturers. The FCA Canada (Chrysler Canada) headquarters is also located in Windsor.


Transportation

Transit Windsor is the city-owned bus company operating in Windsor. It has more than 100 vehicles and 13 bus routes, as well as services to downtown Detroit. About 75% of the buses operated by Transit Windsor are accessible for those with mobility issues or who are using strollers. The transit company’s downtown transit terminal was builtrecently, and the company shares the facility with Greyhound Lines, which also provides transportation for residents (long-distance buses). VIA Rail (train) and the Windsor Airport are other transportation options in the city.

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Transit Windsor is the city-owned bus company operating in Windsor. It has more than 100 vehicles and 13 bus routes, as well as services to downtown Detroit. About 75% of the buses operated by Transit Windsor are accessible for those with mobility issues or who are using strollers. The transit company’s downtown transit terminal was builtrecently, and the company shares the facility with Greyhound Lines, which also provides transportation for residents (long-distance buses). VIA Rail (train) and the Windsor Airport are other transportation options in the city.


Family Life

The Windsor Sculpture Park is an outdoor sculpture display featuring over 30 large-scale contemporary sculptures from artists around the world. The sculptures depict a variety of themes and styles, and the park’s location along the waterfront makes it especially interesting. The sculptures include a dinosaur, human figures, various animals, and numerous abstract pieces. The park is free and is open year-round. For indoor fun, Adventure Bay Family Water Park offers a wave pool, waterslides, a body surfing ride, a wading pool, a splash pad, a toddler area, and a dry play area. The park also has lounge areas, perfect for taking a rest or for parents who are watching their little ones play. A concession stand provides a convenient dining option, and the venue holds birthday parties and room rentals for large groups.

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