Thorwin Properties would like to welcome you to our country and offer the best apartments for rent in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
We look forward to showing you everything that we have to offer in an apartment, townhome, and house rental property. This page section showcases what you need to know when renting your first apartment home, a quick tutorial video on how to apply online, and information on our fourteen-plus communities and amenities. All our Winnipeg rental properties are pet-friendly (Cat or Dog) and you can read more about our pet policy by visiting the link below.
You can pre-qualify for one of our rental units if you have one of the following:
Your rental reference can be an organization or church that is sponsoring you, a family or friend or a designated professional in Canada.
Thorwin Properties strives to set up newcomers to Canada with an apartment home they love and can afford. With the rising cost of living and increased market prices we must ensure that newcomers can afford where they are being housed. For newcomers without current employment, you may be required to provide proof that you have at least 1 year’s worth of rent depending on the apartment home you apply for.
Thorwin Properties is here to help newcomers to Canada. As long as you have full-time employment or sufficient money saved in your account, we will waive the requirements for rental and credit history.
Before you consider renting or applying online for an apartment suite, you are required to schedule an appointment to see the unit. If you’re unable to see the apartment suite, you can do one of the following:
Click on the "Apply Now" link located on the top-left of your screen. Fill in all the necessary fields correctly to start your online application.
If you need help, you can contact our Receptionist at 204-222-2422 to walk you through the process and answer any other questions.
We also have a quick online video tutorial on How to Apply for an Apartment on Thorwin.ca - www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UNVHUN3JqI
It’s important to know what you’re getting into before you sign that lease. Renters should always read their lease carefully before signing it so that they know exactly what it covers and what they're responsible for paying according to the terms of their agreement with their landlord.
Many landlords require a deposit of half a month’s rent. This deposit will cover any damages that occur during your tenancy and/or cleaning costs when the landlord wants the unit back after the lease expires.
Don’t forget to budget for moving costs. If you don’t have much money saved up for your move, expect to pay $200-$300 per person for moving costs including insurance, transportation, storage, and cleaning supplies (if needed).
Rent is paid on the first of every month. Please remember to pay your rent on time.
Any late rent payment will result in a penalty fee. You can get a Notice of Termination after three days, which leads to eviction. It will also create a bad rental history on your record and make it hard to rent a home in the future.
The condition report is an essential step in renting a home. Best practice in protecting yourself as a renter; you should always get a copy of the condition report and attach it with your lease. Your landlord should do a condition report when you pick up your keys. The report describes the condition of the home before you move in. Make sure you list any damages you find. The condition report is a great tool to use as evidence should a damage claim be made after moving out of the home.
"We recently just moved here from BC to Winnipeg, MB and the process was really smooth! Sarah Nabess is absolutely amazing, and she helped us throughout and ensured that we have a top-notch moving experience. The process was easy, and they will respond to any questions you may have as fast as they could.If you guys want a convenient location in the heart of the city, I definitely recommend moving here!"