Buying a Home in Mississauga

Canada’s sixth largest city, Mississauga is a bustling, affluent, diverse collection of neighbourhoods with a top safety record and top schools. 

Living in Mississauga

The development of modern-day Mississauga is often credited to former Mayor Hazel McCallion (“Hurricane Hazel”). Under her guidance, and over almost four decades as the city’s longest-serving mayor, Mississauga grew exponentially from 1978 to 2014. It now features distinctive areas such as Square One, a bustling hive of downtown activity where many go to live, shop, play – and work. In fact, there has been an explosion of corporate interest in the city over the years, with many companies choosing to establish their headquarters here.

If you buy a home in Mississauga, you’ll also never lack for something to do. The city features several community centres, libraries and museums, a revitalized waterfront and abundant dining, entertainment and recreation opportunities, including several parks and more than 20 different trail systems. All of this, and the fact that it also boasts top schools and has been rated Canada’s safest city for years, also make Mississauga a family-friendly city.

Mississauga real estate

If you’re looking to buy a home in Mississauga, you will have many options, including condos, townhouses, and semi-detached and detached houses. A Mississauga real estate boom that began in the 1990s and continues today gives you the opportunity to own a new construction condo, townhouse or house at more affordable prices than in Toronto. Or you can choose some of the sprawling older neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, lots large enough for pools and spacious four-bedroom homes. 


mississauga: A western hub with an eclectic mix of neighbourhoods

Located west of Etobicoke and bordering Lake Ontario, Mississauga offers everything from palatial homes on the lakefront in Port Credit and high-end homes in Lorne Park to more affordable homes in many of its other distinctive communities.

Mississauga is also arguably the most connected city in the GTA, featuring the Toronto Pearson International Airport and hundreds of highways, including the major arteries of 401, QEW, The Queensway, Dundas and Lake Shore Blvd from Toronto. The city also features a vast public transportation network run by MiWay, consisting of local and express bus service with connection points to GO Transit commuter rail and intercity Toronto buses. It also connects to Brampton Transit in the north, Oakville Transit in the west, York Region Transit to the northeast and TTC Toronto Transit to the east, including buses to the Islington and Kipling subway stations.



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