With rental prices increasing every year, I'm often asked how to find affordable housing in Mississauga.

The urbanization of Mississauga is continuing with the emergence of another stylish, modern high-rise condominium.

When I started chatting with Don Pugh, the vice-president of the Daniels Corporation, I was initially surprised to learn that the company's new Eglinton and Erin Mills Parkway Skyrise Rental Reside

Are you interested in dropping over 10,000 bones a month on a house in Cooksville? Do you think that's crazy talk?

Think again!

To rent or buy a condo in Mississauga, that is the question.

For some of you fine Sheridan and UTM students, this might be your first year in your very own apartment. Congratulations! Even if the apartment is shared with roomies or paid for by student loans or your parents, you've struck out on your own for the first time.

I moved to City Centre a little over a year ago and I haven't looked back. My condo, though small (some would say "cozy"), is centrally located and has more than enough space for one person with mediocre cooking skills (I don't need a large kitchen to prepare a beautiful roast for my non-existent children who would likely hate it anyways and demand pizza or something), a super-cool espresso machine (there's always room for a basic bitch latte apparatus), apartment-sized furniture and more clothing than necessary. 

As one might expect, living on a budget in Mississauga is quite possible if you're willing to make some compromises in terms of space, location and upgrades.

Finding housing can be stressful, but luckily there are tons of renters and homeowners looking for people to take bedrooms off their hands for long and short-term leases.

As one might expect, living on a budget in Mississauga is quite possible if you’re willing to make some compromises in terms of space, location and upgrades.