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Mississauga

Why you'd want to live in Mississauga

Mississauga has grown over the years from a suburb of Toronto to the sixth largest city in Canada. It has recently developed an urban skyline of its own, and has seen many years of prosperity under legendary former mayor, Hazel McCallion — known as Hurricane Hazel — who served for 36 years before her retirement in 2014. A strong economy, good infrastructure, decent property sizes, recognition for being the safest city in Canada, and relative proximity to Toronto, among other factors, have all contributed to Mississauga’s explosive growth. The city’s population has nearly doubled over the past two decades, welcoming many new immigrants. With its close proximity to Toronto, the city has become a post-secondary hub. Mississauga is home to a satellite campus for University of Toronto (with enrollment growing by roughly 1,000 students each year), and the opening of the Hazel McCallion Campus of Sheridan College in 2011. Housing With its robust economy, the cost of housing has gone up in Mississauga in recent years with the average cost for a single family now at $480,000. This is still below the average Toronto price but it is above the $400,000 average cost of a single family home in Canada. The cost of rental housing averages $1,325 per month for a one bedroom apartment in the city centre and $2,075 for a three bedroom apartment. Rental costs can be brought down by renting outside the city centre where one bedroom rents are an average of $915 per month and a three bedroom apartment averages $1,435 per month. While the cost of living in Mississauga is still less than in Toronto, as the economy and reputation of the city grows, so do the costs of living. Given its proximity to Toronto, and its lower housing prices, Mississauga is a popular place to live for commuters. Overall, general consumer prices are 2.4 per cent lower than in Toronto, and rental costs are a significant 19.5 per cent lower, making it an attractive option for newcomers. via Canadian Immigrant

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Mississauga Market Report

$1,365,665

AVERAGE PRICE OF 1,813 HOMES

$2,157,778

AVERAGE PRICE OF 839 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$3,105,521

AVERAGE PRICE OF 210 HOMES WITH A POOL

$1,030,111

AVERAGE PRICE OF 32 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $1,365,665
Avg Bedrooms 3.06 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.11 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $529,019
2 bedrooms $730,052
3 bedrooms $973,863
4 bedrooms $1,741,783
5 bedrooms $2,677,710
Mississauga Home Price Trends
  2/2020 1/2020 12/2019 11/2019 10/2019
Total Listings 1,267 1,171 1,448 2,057 2,630
Average Price $1,555,313 $1,559,526 $1,538,713 $1,401,481 $1,314,202
Avg Price Change -0.27% +1.35% +9.79% +6.64% +7.98%
Median Price $1,122,603 $1,081,989 $1,059,859 $977,356 $938,548
Med Price Change +3.75% +2.09% +8.44% +4.13% +3.88%
Avg Bedrooms 3.1 beds 3.11 beds 3.12 beds 3.17 beds 3.2 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.27 baths 3.3 baths 3.31 baths 3.25 baths 3.25 baths
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 1,813 $1,365,665 25 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 839 $2,157,778 35 days
Homes with a Pool 210 $3,105,521 39 days
Reduced Price Homes 32 $1,030,111 20 days
REMAX Realty One Inc. - The Gill Team
Ameil Gill
50 Burnhamthorpe Road West Sussex Centre Ste #102
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C2
416-884-1359

Information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS®.
Information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS®. Copyright 2020 Last Updated March 31, 2020