Peel is located west of Toronto, extending from the northern shores of Lake Ontario all the way north to Highway 9.
With a total population of just under 1.5 million people, Peel is a bustling part of the Greater Toronto Area with a robust transit network, a multicultural population, and great options for food and shopping.
Peel Region is made up of three municipalities, Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon, creating a unique mix of urban centres, charming villages, and rural land.
- Population (2022): 745,374
- Population growth since 2016: -0.07%
- Density: 2,631/km2
Mississauga is home to Square One Shopping Centre, Pearson International Airport, and many parks bordering Lake Ontario. Take a stroll, and enjoy the lookout points, along the waterfront at the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area and Lakefront Promenade Park.
- Population (2022): 686,640
- Population growth since 2016: 11.9%
- Density: 2,708/km2
Fondly known as “The Flower City”, Brampton has more than 9,000 acres of parkland including year-round favourites like Gage Park and Professor’s Lake. With a diverse population and close proximity to Toronto, Brampton hosts many cultural events and festivals for its residents and visitors.
- Population (2022): 81,043
- Population growth since 2016: 15.24%
- Density: 117.4/km2
Caledon is made up of several charming communities and rural hamlets. Take in the country air and quiet roads, all while being within an hour away from some of Ontario’s largest urban centres. Crowd favourites include local craft breweries, the Millcroft Spa, and out-of-this-world landscapes at Cheltenham Badlands.
Peel Real Estate Market
|Average Resale Price (2016)||$615,826.79|
|Average Resale Price (2021)||$1,052,438.00|
|Average Resale Price by Property Type (2016)||Average Resale Price by Property Type (2021)||Change|
|All Home Types||$616,277||$1,052,438||70.77%|
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