PHOTOS: The most--and least--affordable houses that recently changed hands in Mississauga
Are you still looking to buy or sell a house (or both) this year?
While many real estate experts are confident the market—which has seen a significant decline in sales and a small month-over-month drop in 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 also says there were 532 new listings in Mississauga in April and 260 home sales; reflecting a steep 72 per cent year-over-year decline in transactions.
Average home prices in Mississauga grew faster than the regional average at 8 per cent annually, ending April at $832,112.
A closer look at housing types reveals that detached house prices grew 5 per cent year-over-year to $1,168,041, while semi-detached and condo apartments grew 6 per cent to $802,661 and $500,349, respectively.
Here's a look at some of the most (and least) expensive homes in Mississauga:
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo townhouse (which boasts up to 1,399 square feet of space), sold for $299,000 after being listed for $325,000. The unit features two parking spots, wood floors and a walk-out to a private, fenced-in yard. It also has a finished basement with a tenant renting the space.
This condo sold for $355,000 after being listed for $349,900. The approximately 699 square foot unit boasts one bedroom, one bathroom, and one parking spot. Located in Clarkson Village, the suite comes with a membership at the Walden Club, which has squash courts, tennis courts, a heated outdoor pool and a party room.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit sold for $369,900 after being listed for exactly that price. Offering about 599 square feet of space and one parking spot, the end unit also boasts cathedral ceilings.
This relatively rare studio unit sold for $373,000 after being listed for $289,000. Offering one bathroom, two parking spots and about 500 square feet of space, the suite has floor to ceiling windows and the maintenance fees cover all utilities.
This home sold for $375,000 after being listed for $319,000. The unit boasts one bedroom, one bathroom, two parking spots and about 699 square feet of space. It has an open concept living and dining area, and the kitchen has a ceramic backsplash.
This custom-built lakefront home sold for $11,999,000 after being listed for $12,888,000. It boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and seven parking spots. Offering over 12,000 square feet of living space, the home features a gourmet kitchen, a formal lounge, a master bedroom with his and hers walk-in closets and a basement with a theatre room.
This French country-inspired home sold for $4,130,000 after being listed for $4,349,850. The Lorne Park house boasts six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, eight parking spots and about 11,000 square feet of space. It also offers a second-floor nanny suite.
This 10,000 square foot Gordon Woods home sold for $3,975,000 after being listed for $4,099,000. The home offers five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 10 parking spaces and a large 75 x 442 "Muskoka-like" lot. The house boasts an in-ground saltwater pool, a hot tub and a cabana.
This Lorne Park home sold for $3,228,000 after being listed for $3,499,800. It offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and eight parking spots. It also boasts a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, wood flooring on the main and upper levels and a walk-out to a covered terrace.
This Mineola West home sold for $3,020,000 after being listed for $3,298,000. It boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, about 7,300 square feet of space and eight parking spaces. The home is set on a large private lot at the end of a quiet street.
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