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Condos & Apartments for Sale in Brampton, ON

With 90 Brampton condos for sale, finding the ideal condominium with the amenities and attributes you're looking for will be easy. Search by location with our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate. Use our filters to explore condos for sale in Brampton by price, number of bedrooms, size, and keywords like "central air conditioning." The average sold price for a condo in Brampton is $364K, which is 2% higher than August 2017. Condos in Brampton are on the market for an average of 27 days. See our Brampton housing market report for more information on condo stats and other real estate trends

Zolo's Brampton condo listings are updated every 15 minutes, which means you get to look through the Brampton MLS® system in real-time. Each condo listing includes nearby and related properties for sale in Brampton, so you can compare features, amenities, and prices prior to buying a condo.

If you'd prefer to rent a condo or apartment instead of purchasing, Zolo provides a comprehensive set of 141 rental listings in Brampton with an average lease price of $1,022. Since 18% of Brampton residents rent, there's a steady market for the currently listed 76 houses and 6 apartments for rent in the city.

Need a bigger place but still want some amenities? Or want more square footage? Consider other property types including 354 townhouses and 719 houses currently listed for sale in Brampton. If you're still not seeing what you're looking for, check out condos for sale in nearby areas such as Toronto, Caledon, and Mississauga. Contact one of our Brampton real estate brokers to start touring condos today!

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