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Mississauga housing.

Quarterly reports published by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) show just how much average prices in the city have risen lately: by the third quarter of 2016, the average price of a home in Mississauga was close to $630,000, up from about $530,000 in the third quarter of 2015. What’s more, those increases came despite moves by the federal government to tighten mortgage lending rules by requiring higher qualifying rates for insured mortgages.

Interestingly, upscale areas in Mississauga, such as Lorne Park and Mineola, did not see faster price gains than other, more modest neighbourhoods in the city, bucking the GTA housing trend where pricier areas see the fastest home value appreciation.

Average Home Prices in Mississauga.

DateHome Prices
Q1/13$466,261
Q2/13$490,766
Q3/13$480,174
Q4/13$472,763
Q1/14$488,771
Q2/14$516,186
Q3/14$502,122
Q4/14$514,309
Q1/15$532,067
Q2/15$564,898
Q3/15$528,263
Q4/15$550,947
Q1/16$576,698
Q2/16$648,902
Q3/16$624,813

About Mississauga.

Perhaps the quintessential Toronto suburb, Mississauga has experienced scorching growth for the better part of three decades. According to Statistics Canada, the city now has over 700,000 residents and is the sixth most populous municipality in the country. It also has the distinction of being the fourth largest suburban community in North America.

Not surprisingly, residents have every reason to feel just as urban as they do suburban given Mississauga's excellent amenities and thriving downtown core. New residential and commercial towers can be seen popping up in the skyline every month. It's easy to see why so many people choose to call Mississauga home with attractions like the Square One Shopping Centre and the recently built Mississauga Celebration Square, which hosts year-round outdoor events and festivals.

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