PHOTOS: The least (and most) expensive homes that recently sold in Mississauga
Are you still looking to buy or sell a house (or both) this year? If you are, it’s difficult to say what the market will look like in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak that’s brought Canada--and the world--to a standstill.
While many real estate experts are confident the market—which has seen a decline in both sales and prices—will recover in the fall, it's hard to say how the pandemic will affect buyers and sellers going forward.
Real estate brokerage and website Zoocasa says that sales and price gains and March occurred before the pandemic became real to sellers and buyers.
Zoocasa says there were 1,355 new listings in Mississauga in March, with 756 homes changing hands. That’s up 6 per cent from the same period last year and 10 per cent since February.
According to Zoocasa, average prices in the city grew 16 per cent year-over-year but dropped by 3 per cent from February to $860,158. Prices for condo apartments and semi-detached homes have remained flat since February (but grew 19 per cent and 16 per cent year-over-year respectively), while condo townhouses saw a modest average price decline of 2 per cent month-over-month (but a larger growth of 14 per cent year-over-year).
Detached home average prices grew by 3 per cent since February, and 18 per cent annually to reach $1,273,225.
Here's a look at some of the most (and least) expensive homes in Mississauga:
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit sold for $299,000 after being listed for $325,000. The spacious unit, which spans over 1,200 square feet, boasts two parking spots, wood floors, a walk-out to a patio and a fenced-in yard.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit sold for $355,000 after being listed for $349,900. The Clarkson Village suite offers about 700 square feet of space and one parking spot. Interestingly enough, ownership of the unit automatically comes with a membership to the Walden Club, which has squash courts, tennis courts, a pool, and a party room.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit sold for $369,900—exactly what it was listed for. It boasts about 599 square feet of space and one parking spot. The building is located close to major highways, transit and shopping areas.
One month ago, this unit sold for $373,000—way above its $289,000 asking price. The studio suite boasts one bathroom, two parking spots and up to 599 square feet of space. The monthly maintenance fee includes all utilities, even hydro (which is pretty rare).
This unit, which also changed hands a month ago, sold for $375,000 after being listed for $319,000. It offers one bedroom, one bathroom, two parking spaces and up to 699 square feet of space. It also boasts a ceramic backsplash and stainless steel appliances.
This absolutely beautiful lakefront home sold for a whopping $11,999,000 after being listed for $12,888,000—and it sold just 20 days ago! The home boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven parking spots and over 12,000 square feet of living space. While the view alone is worth the price, the house also boasts a theatre, wine cellar and sauna.
This luxurious Lorne Park home sold for $4,130,000 after being listed for $4,349,850. The home features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, eight parking spaces and close to 11,000 square feet of space. It also boasts a home theatre, wet bar and games room.
This luxurious home sold for $3,975,000 after being listed $4,099,000. It boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 10,000 square feet of living space, and 10 parking spaces. It also features a saltwater pool, hot tub and cabana with a TV and fireplace.
This executive Lorne Park home sold for $3,228,000 after being listed for $3,499,800. The home boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and eight parking spots. The house also features a gourmet kitchen and a spacious backyard with mature trees.
This elegant Mineola Home sold for $3,020,000 after being listed for $3,298,000. The house boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, eight parking spots and over 7,000 square feet of space. The home is set on a spacious lot and features high ceilings.
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