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Home & House For Sale in Mississauga

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada is a major city with a population of 828,854 people that stretches 112 square miles. This lovely city has plenty of space for expansion. Mississauga is Canada's sixth most populous city. In a poll conducted in North and South America, the city was dubbed one of the cities of the future. This is a tremendous honour for this Canadian community.It is notable for having Canada's largest operational airport and for having a multi-cultural population in recent years.Because of its proximity to Toronto, the city has experienced substantial growth. The city intends to grow its central business district. Mississaugans or Saugans are the nicknames given to the inhabitants of this sprawling metropolis. The city is situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Toronto, in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area. Mississauga has a long and illustrious history.The city of York (now officially the city of Toronto) purchased 84,000 acres from the Mississauga tribe on August 2, 1805, and the city of York was born. People from all walks of life and from all over the world have flocked to the area. It is one of Canada's most popular places to visit


Population
110128

Area
363.22 km2

QOL Rank

New construction
0

Active listings
1105

Rental listings
732

Mississauga Real Estate Trends and Information

Mississauga homeowners are drawn to the city because of its wide range of affordable house for sale in Mississauga, ample green spaces, world-class facilities, and family-friendly neighbourhoods. Mississauga real estate is in high demand, with condos, townhomes, semi-detached and detached homes, and mansions all available.A home in Mississauga costs on average $900,000. In comparison to the same time last year, the average home value in Mississauga has increased by 5.5 percent.

Average Home Price

$1,215,970

Average Rent

$2,367

Average Condo Price

Not available

Average Detached Price

Not available

Exploring Mississauga

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Entertainment

Mississauga is the ideal shopping destination for you! One of Ontario's largest shopping centres, as well as vast factory outlets, designer malls, and specialty shops, can be found here. The Square One Shopping Centre, one of the top retail destinations in the Greater Toronto Area, is one of Mississauga's premier shopping destinations. Featuring premier lifestyle brands and 360 stores and services. At Mavis and Brittania Rd., Heartland Town Centre, one of Canada's largest power centres, includes 180 stores and restaurants. Hudson's Bay, Old Navy, and H&M are among the 220 stores and services at Erin Mills Town Centre, which is located on Erin Mills Pkwy.
Whatever your interests are, Mississauga has a wide range of attractions right on your doorstep. Take a stroll through Mississauga's historic districts. Attend one of Mississauga's many fantastic festivals held all over the region. Spend the day exploring Mississauga's many parks and open green spaces by hiking, walking, or driving. Enjoy a night out with friends and family on Mississauga's beautiful waterfront, or simply take in some of the city's fantastic dining, theatre, entertainment, and nightlife.
The Living Arts Centre is the place to be for performing arts in downtown Mississauga for art and culture lovers. The Living Arts Centre is home to the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra and hosts a number of performances ranging from theatre, dance, music, variety, and comedy to opera, symphony, jazz, blues, ballet, and big band.Mississauga has more than 522 parks and 225 kilometres of trails, woodlands, and generous green spaces for nature lovers and hiking and cycling enthusiasts to explore.
Check out Mississauga's amateur hockey, basketball, lacrosse, and rugby teams for sports fans. Mississauga's main sports and leisure centre, including hockey, figure skating, and other community activities, is the Hershey Centre. Mississauga also has 25 ice rinks, 163 baseball diamonds, and 203 soccer fields scattered across the city.Mississauga has a variety of indoor facilities for family entertainment, including: The Playdium on Rathburn Road in Mississauga is a 40,000-square-foot indoor family entertainment centre with over 200 high-tech attractions, rides, and simulators, as well as an 11-acre outdoor park, one of Canada's longest go-kart tracks, mini golf, and a bungee trampoline.Near the Pearson International Airport is the Wild Water Kingdom. The Dolphin Bay Children's Area, Water Sprayland, water slides, and a dry land playground are all part of the 100-acre facility.

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Education

Mississauga has more than 150 schools to meet the needs of the city. The Peel District School Board, which operates public Anglophone public schools, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, which operates Catholic Anglophone public schools, and the Conseil scolaire Viamonde, which operates Catholic Anglophone public schools, serve Mississauga. The Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud, which runs secular Francophone schools, and the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud, which runs Catholic Francophone schools.
French immersion schools, Extended French Programs, Regional Arts Programs, International Business and Technology Programs, International Baccalaureate Programs, Sci Tech Programs, and Regional Enhanced Programs are only a few of the unique educational opportunities available in Mississauga. The University of Toronto Mississauga and the Sheridan College Business Education Facility are also located in Mississauga.

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Economy

More than 60 Fortune 500 corporations have their headquarters in the area. This city is where these companies' global and Canadian headquarters are located. Banking and finance, communications and computers, aerospace, and transportation parts and equipment industries are all powerhouse industries. Mississauga is a crucial part of the region's economy and a major centre for international banking.
The city intends to use its globally recognised economy to meet the demands of the international knowledge-based economy over the next ten years. The city would place a greater emphasis on assessing its economic prosperity from a global perspective. In the coming years, it appears that the economy will remain critical and a subject of international attention.

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