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Finding A Place To Live

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One of your first priorities when you come to Peel Region will be finding a home. Our area offers a wide variety of housing options that are safe, affordable and in close proximity to excellent amenities and services. Our communities offer friendly, welcoming neighbourhoods where you can start to build your new life.

Temporary Housing

When you first arrive, you may need to find a temporary place to live until you find a permanent home. There are a variety of motels, hotels and bed and breakfast accommodations available in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon depending on your budget.

Resources for Finding a Place to Live

There are many factors to consider when looking for a new place to call home. The Canadian government, Settlement.org and other organizations have lots of resources and information available to help you find the perfect place to live.

Average Monthly Rental Costs

You can find affordable apartments for rent across Peel Region. The 2015 average monthly rental costs in various Peel Region areas for different types of apartments are listed below:

Average Monthly Rental Costs in Peel Region for Fall 2015 (Canadian dollars)

Municipality

Bachelor

1 Bedroom

2 Bedroom

3 Bedroom

Average Rent

Mississauga

$827

$1,066

$1,245

$1,362

$1,182

Brampton

$769

$1,049

$1,211

$1,350

$1,158

Caledon

$-

$977

$1,017

$-

$1,003

Peel

$812

$1,062

$1,235

$1,359

$1,175

This data is from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Rental Market Report for the Greater Toronto Area in fall 2015. 

Detached Houses

In addition to apartment rentals, Peel Region has social housing options with subsidized rent available for those who qualify.

Average House Prices

The Toronto Real Estate Board publishes the average prices of homes in Peel Region. Their January 2016 Real Estate report includes the latest average home prices, although home prices across Peel Region vary.

Average Prices of Homes in Peel December 2015 (Canadian dollars)

Municipality

Detached House

Semi-detached House

Attached Row/Townhouse

Condominium Townhouse

Condominium Apartment

Brampton

$570,029

$454,262

$408,948

$331,777

$244,059

Caledon

$842,153

$487,000

$481,286

$390,000

$472,500

Mississauga

$868,380

$552,464

$574,779

$408,848

$278,269

Peel

$707,813

$495,088

$467,212

$384,520

$282,914