Brampton Real Estate

1353 homes for sale in Brampton, ON.

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Home Prices in Brampton

The asking price of homes for sale in Brampton has increased 3.34% since March last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 177.39%. See more Brampton Home Prices & Values.

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840 Houses
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421 Townhouses
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82 Condos

Brampton MLS® Listings & Real Estate

Zolo has the most comprehensive, up-to-date set of Brampton real estate listings. Find homes listed on the Brampton MLS® system, including nearby cities, property types, and neighbourhoods. Currently, Brampton has 1,353 homes for sale, including 840 houses, 82 condos, and 421 townhouses on the market. The average sold price for all home types in Brampton is $689K, which is -10% lower than March 2017. See our Brampton housing market stats for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

Brampton is home to 33 unique neighbourhoods. With Zolo you'll be able to find the hottest Brampton neighbourhoods, the top schools in the city, and evaluate nearby amenities. See the upcoming open houses in Brampton to tour homes in person. Narrow down your home search to filter by price, bedrooms, size or search by our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate.

If you’re looking for rentals instead of properties for sale, Zolo has a comprehensive set of 292 Brampton rental listings, including 156 houses and 13 apartments for rent. Most residents in the city own their homes, while 18% live in rentals with an average lease price of $1,022.

Our Brampton MLS® Listing data is added every 15 minutes to provide you the most-up-to-date home listings. Contact one of our Brampton REALTORS® to get started on landing your dream home today.

Brampton City Guide

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Brampton is in the top 10 of Canada’s most populous municipalities—coming in at No. 9. This southern Ontario city is also the third largest in the Greater Golden Horseshoe region with a population just under 600,000. Its major economic drivers are technology, business and life science-based. Yet, it’s origin was far more aesthetically pleasing. When it was first incorporated as a village in 1853 it was known as the “Flower Town” of Canada.

The centrepiece of Brampton’s downtown is the Civic Centre. Built in 1972 it includes City Hall, a live theatre, a central library and a long, underground tunnel that connects it to Bramalea City Centre, the city’s main shopping complex. Even the origins of the shopping centre have a tale to tell. Decades ago, Bramalea was constructed as Canada’s first satellite community. Developed and built by one the country’s largest real estate developers, Bramalea Limited, who insisted that the Master Plan include a parkland trail system of greenbelts. These parks follow the creeks and streams that feed the Etobicoke Creek.

These days Brampton is a youthful city with a median age just under 35. It’s actually the youngest city in the Greater Toronto Area and it’s diverse—very diverse. Brampton residents represent more than 209 distinct ethnic backgrounds and speak more than 89 different languages. This inclusive, multicultural community makes Brampton an ideal city for anyone looking to set down roots in the Canadian real estate marketplace.


Brampton is a young, vibrant city and it’s easy to see why the city has become a popular choice for young families. The city offers excellent amenities, plus it’s an easy to commute to major Ontario economic centres, such as Barrie or Toronto. Add in the very low crime rate and over 6,000 acres of green space and it sounds like an ideal place to raise kids.

For those looking to buy a family home consider a detached house in Credit Valley, Brampton East or Vales of Castlemore. While homes in these communities are pricier, the schools and parks are excellent.

If you’re an investor, there are a few areas that can offer great cash-flow and future growth. Consider purchasing a property in either Fletcher’s Meadow or Sandringham-Wellington. Both neighbourhoods offer affordable detached homes for sale, great family communities and close proximity to commuter routes.

For even more options, consider talking to a local Brampton Realtor, or check out our neighbourhood rankings. Using the latest data, we rank all the communities. We base the list on how quickly homes sell, the final sale price and how many MLS listings are currently on the market. Once you’ve narrowed down your list, consider spending a weekend soaking in all the community has to offer. By checking out a few Brampton open houses and spending time at local shops and restaurants, you’ll quickly get a feel for the community.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Madoc 49% 23% $587K 48
2Northwood Park 42% 42% $668K 16
3Vales Of Castlemore 47% 26% $881K 26
4Heart Lake East 48% 13% $649K 18
5Sandringham-wellington North 40% 30% $604K 4

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger houses and lots but with good commuter access to Brampton’s downtown core. Good options include Milton, Georgetown and Caledon. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Heartlake Road or Mountainview Road. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Orangeville, Schomberg and Guelph, are options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Ajax 1691%24%$643K209
2Toronto 40%31%$850K4578
3Halton Hills 34%21%$760K146
4Pickering 30%19%$687K233
5Milton 31%14%$683K464


Buying a home in Brampton means becoming part of the community. Before selecting a street, consider taking a glimpse into the city’s demographics. Based on data from the Census, you can determine the median age, school information, average income, among other data. All of this can help develop a good synopsis of the city you want to call home.

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If your family is interested buying in Brampton’s housing market, scan the list of the top-rated elementary and secondary schools in the city. Here are the top five Brampton schools in each category.

Elementary Schools

7.2 St Patrick
7.2 St Brigid
7.1 Holy Spirit
7.0 Roberta Bondar
6.9 St Stephen

Secondary Schools

8.0 Holy Name of Mary
7.0 St Edmund Campion
6.8 Turner Fenton
6.7 North Park
6.3 St Marguerite d'Youville


To get around, most locals use the Brampton bus service. For commuters, Highway 410 and the 407 Express Toll Route are good options, although access to Highway 401 is very easy from most southern Brampton communities.

To get a better idea of how city residents commute, consider the data collected by Statistics Canada.



Local Scoop

Brampton is part of the southern Ontario’s Peel Region and, because of its massive greenhouse industry, is known as the province’s Flower City. Yet, despite the emphasis on gardening and green space—the city boasts a huge conservation area—the city’s biggest claim to fame is manufacturing. True, this is the city’s largest employment sector with more than 22% jobs in this area, but Brampton residents will quickly tell you there is so much more to this city than what it makes.

For instance, Heart Lake Conservation Area offers a wide range of activities. In the conservation area, you can enjoy birdwatching, fishing, taking the dog for a walk or just relaxing with the family for a picnic. In the summer, many residents will spend the day at Heart Lake, either renting boats or letting the kids swim in the pool or run through the splash pad sprinklers. For those with an adventurous heart, try the treetop trekking. There’s zip-lining through the forest canopy or run over log bridges, traverse cable crossings or swing Tarzan-style in the Aerial Game Park. There are even day camps for kids.

On Thursday nights the place to be in Brampton is in Gage Park. Starting in June there are free concerts in the park every Thursday starting at 7 p.m. On Saturdays from June to October, Main Street in downtown Brampton becomes the gathering place as locals bring in their fresh produce and homemade goods the weekly Brampton Farmers’ Market. If you love watching films outdoors, consider spending a July or August Saturday evening at Garden Square, where the city hosts free outdoor films.

Families will be interested in the Brampton Fall Fair. The annual event offers fun for the entire family with a demolition derby, horse and dog shows, an agricultural area as well as an antique and classic car show. You can also get to know the different cultural groups that make up the city’s population at the annual Brampton Culture Days. Held at various locations throughout the city, these events help to raise awareness of the arts and cultural life of Canada’s various multi-ethnic communities.

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