Mississauga Real Estate

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Home Prices in Mississauga

The asking price of homes for sale in Mississauga has increased 50.1% since June last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 22.37%. See more Mississauga Home Prices & Values.

House
Median Asking Price
$1.1M
886 Houses
Townhouse
Median Asking Price
$670K
671 Townhouses
Condo
Median Asking Price
$400K
489 Condos

Mississauga MLS® Listings & Real Estate

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Mississauga City Guide

713K
Population
6.7%
Population Growth
9%
Unemployment

It’s easy to underestimate Mississauga. Neighbour to Canada’s largest city, Mississauga is often seen as a sleepy bedroom suburb in the west end of the Greater Toronto Area. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Stretching from the shores of Lake Ontario up to the border it shares with Brampton, the city is just under 290 square kilometres. It’s also the 6th-most populous municipality in Canada. Two major river valleys run through the city and this combined with all the green space gives residents great access to unspoilt nature trails right in the heart of their city.

What’s charming about Mississauga is that many of its neighbourhoods retain their small-town feel—a throwback when the area was once many smaller towns. For instance, Port Credit is a vibrant community, where tourists go to get a glimpse of harbour-town life. Streetsville is an extremely walkable small town in a city. Most residents ditch their cars on the weekend, choosing, instead, to walk to parks, recreational facilities and amenities.  

While Mississauga offers communities with a small-town feel, the city, itself, has plenty of economic possibilities. The economic opportunities combined with a community-focus are prompting more and more people to set down roots in this thriving piece of the Canadian real estate market.

Neighbourhoods

Imagine living in a small town that had the amenities of a city. That’s the experience of many Mississauga residents. Despite big developments, office towers and new houses being built, many of the communities in this city retain that small-town feeling.

For instance, in the south-west corner of the city, bordering Lake Ontario, there’s Clarkson Village. In this area, you’ll find larger family homes and it’s a great option for commuters. Located in the community is the Clarkson GO Station. The GO Train is a passenger commuter train that feeds commuters into Toronto’s Union Station. Helping to keep the small-town feeling are two historic museums in the community. Bradley Museum and Benares House offer a glimpse into the life of early Ontario settlers.

Another option is Cooksville, which got its start as an important stagecoach stop in the 1800s. Most houses were built in the 1960s and offer bigger lots. Recently, however, developers began building townhomes and condos in this area. Part of the reason was the community’s proximity to Mississauga’s urban core.

For a community closer to the water try Port Credit. Originally a Mississauga Ojibwe First Nations settlement, now it’s a family-centric community that offers great lakefront access. Each year in June the community hosts an annual Waterfront Festival that attracts visitors and residents, alike.

For more contemporary townhomes or condos in Mississauga check out the communities that surround Square One, the area’s largest shopping complex. Neighbourhoods like Fairview, Mississauga Valley and Erindale offer both new builds as well as older resale homes.

To get an up-to-date list of hot ‘hoods, check out our neighbourhood ranking. Based on the latest MLS data, the list helps determine what communities sell quickly and for over asking. For more details on specific communities talk to a local real estate agent or spend time at a few of Mississauga’s open houses.

Neighbourhood
(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Northeast 100% 100% $710K 1
2Lisgar 77% 72% $833K 73
3Rathwood 73% 71% $835K 50
4Streetsville 74% 67% $813K 37
5Erindale 70% 73% $760K 60

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger homes and lots but with good commuter access to Mississauga’s downtown core. Good options include Brampton, Milton and Oakville. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Churchville, Falgerwood or Glen Abbey. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Burlington, Hamilton and Guelph, are options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

 

City
(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Bradford West Gwillimbury 511%66%$749K231
2Pickering 70%75%$730K287
3Ajax 67%80%$681K364
4Milton 67%70%$760K593
5Halton Hills 65%66%$746K191

Demographics

Buying a home means buying into the neighbourhood lifestyle. To make sure the community is a good fit for you and your family, check out these Mississauga’s demographics. All information is from Statistics Canada census data.

25%
Rent
75%
Own
$1,062
Monthly Rent (Median)
$1,519
Monthly Mortgage (Median)
182,430
Total Families
$75,556
Family Income (Median)
39
Age (Median)
59%
College Educated

Schools

Families interested in setting down roots should take into consideration the top-rated elementary and secondary schools in the city. To help you narrow down your Mississauga housing market search, here are the top five Mississauga schools in each category.

Elementary Schools

9.1 Kenollie
8.8 Sts Martha & Mary
8.6 St Dunstan
8.4 Our Lady of Good Voyage
8.4 St Therese of the Child Jesus

Secondary Schools

8.5 St Aloysius Gonzaga
8.2 John Fraser
8.1 St Marcellinus
8.0 Cawthra Park
8.0 Gordon Graydon Memorial

Commuters

To get around the city you may need to rely on the city’s public transit system or your car. There’s a number of bus routes that provide access to most regions within the city. There’s also a rapid commuter passenger train, run by GO Train, that provides commuters easy access to neighbouring cities such as Hamilton and Toronto.

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

81%
Drive
16%
Transit
0%
Bike
2%
Walk

Local Scoop

There’s a good reason why people like to gather in the heart of downtown Mississauga at Celebration Square. No matter the season, the weather, or the time, there’s always something going on. In the winter you can ice-skate, while in the summer kids will run through the splash pad and water fountain. Then there’s festivals, outdoor movie nights, even communal gatherings to watch the local sports team play.

Older kids will enjoy spending an afternoon at Decode Adventures. Billed as an escape game facility, this entertainment complex offers five different themed rooms from family-friendly board games to historical De Code The Art Legacy. If escape games aren’t your thing, consider spending an afternoon sipping lattes and playing Monopoly in the on-site cafe.

Those looking for a bit more adult fun can always swing by the OLG Slots and Woodbine Racetrack. There are more than 2,500 slot machines as well as tables of Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette and Sic Bo.

If architecture is more your thing, Mississauga won’t disappoint. Check out the beautiful curves of the Absolute World Towers, a.k.a.: The Marilyn Monroe Towers, the historic Port Credit Lighthouse or the marble and granite columns of the city’s Civic Centre.

For those that want to unwind, consider spending a day in beautiful Streetsville. This “Village in the City” sits on the banks of the Credit River and offers a scenic, quaint trip back to a time when speciality shops lined the streets and everyone had time for a cup of tea.

A more historical perspective on Mississauga can be found at Bradley Museum Complex. This historic site sits on a two-acre plot of land nestled among a maple grove on the shores of Lake Ontario. The complex is home to a group of 19th-century buildings which give visitors a glimpse into what life was like back in this era. You can also check out the city’s oldest property: The Adamson Estate. The grand home dates back to 1809 and was once the home of Agar Adamson and Mabel Cawthra. Locals claim the house is haunted, but that doesn’t stop people from coming to marvel at the stunning views.

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