Real Estate Choices
There are many small towns and villages in the Greater Toronto Area that were once independent and have since become swallowed up in the urban sprawl surrounding Toronto. These towns and villages now represent suburb options for Toronto workers who are looking to be able to afford a large enough piece of real estate to hold a family. When it comes to choosing a suburb, home buyers aren't so concerned with the town's industry or its amenities. Rather, they want to know two things: how long will it take them to commute to from their new home and how much will it cost them to buy a home? If you're considering a big move, this article should help.
If living right in the heart of Toronto is too expensive or just too busy for your taste, there are many different options. Mississauga, Markham, Brampton, Vaughan, Oakville and Milton being some of them. Real estate options tend to be more affordable in these areas.
The city of Mississauga makes an excellent choices for those that want to work and play in Toronto, but not live in the thick of it. Mississauga has tons of real estate options, plenty of amenities, a strong workforce and great schools.
The trade off, of course, to living in Mississauga is that the real estate can be competitive. A three or four bedroom home in Mississauga will only cost you $350,000 to $950,000 and even the largest, most expensive homes can be well in the millions - but still less than Toronto. Condos are very popular in Mississauga and there always seems to be new developments going up..
If the City of Mississauga sounds like the next place you want to call home, a call or email to RLPGTA is a great way to find a professional and experienced Realtor who can help you get started! You can also take a look at Mississauga real estate options here.