About Mississauga Real Estate
Mississauga real estate agents all agree—and Sam McDadi concurs— that Mississauga is a great place to raise a family, start a business or to retire.
Mississauga has a proven track record. The city placed fourth for “large cities of the future” by fDi Magazine (a foreign direct investment magazine) for North and South American cities. Mississauga was also rated as Canada’s 11th best city to live, in terms of prosperity, according to MoneySense magazine.
Mississauga real estate agents understand that Mississauga is a city that combines all the wonderful attributes of a great place to live—it is safe, fun and prospering.
Mississauga real estate agents are also keen to point out to prospective buyers that the city has maintained wonderful green spaces throughout its neighborhoods.
Mississauga real estate agents are also well aware that Mississauga has been a burgeoning real estate community for many decades. Mississauga real estate is prime property, as it includes everything from townhomes, to condos, mansions, semi-detached homes and lovely detached properties. As for businesses, Mississauga real estate agents are keen to point out how popular Mississauga is for companies, both large and small, national and international.
History of Mississauga Real Estate
Mississauga real estate has been burgeoning for many decades. As a popular suburban Canadian city in Southern Ontario, the city has seen its population explode to more than 710,000, as of the 2011 Census. Mississauga is Canada’s sixth-most populous municipality. For these reasons, Mississauga real estate agents continue to be presented with an increasing number of buyers and sellers.
As Mississauga real estate agents know, Mississauga was developed as a suburb of Toronto, and thus Mississauga’s growth was attributed to its proximity to that city. Most of present-day Mississauga was formerly known as Toronto Township. It was largely agricultural land, including fruit orchards, through much of the 19th and first half of the 20th century.
In the late 1930s, the first prototypical suburban developments occurred in the area south of the Dixie Road/QEW interchange. As Mississauga real estate agents will concur, development in general moved north and west. Large-scale developments, such as in Meadowvale and Erin Mills, sprang up in the 1960s and 70s.
Mississauga real estate has continued to expand and grow. New developments, particularly in the north and in the east, have eroded much of the city’s agricultural lands. As well, Mississauga purchased 400 acres from the Town of Milton on January 1, 2010.
As Mississauga continues to develop and expand, so too has the number of Mississauga real estate agents. One fact that has remained constant though, is that for more than a decade, Team McDadi has been ranked as the number one RE/MAX team in Mississauga.
Future of Mississauga Real Estate
Mississauga real estate agents are as busy as ever, and Team McDadi is no different.
As Mississauga real estate agents know, the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation has predicted that the 2012 housing market will remain steady.
As a Mississauga real estate agent with a complete understanding of the market and how it operates, Sam McDadi is a salient market watcher. With the Canadian economy set to expand in 2012 and with mortgage rates to remain low, Mississauga real estate agents are confident in the Mississuaga real estate market.
Already for 2012, total sales were up from 2011. Most Mississauga real estate agents are predicting 2012 to continue to be a good year for the real estate business.