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Mississauga’s Square One Shopping Centre to Become the Largest Mixed-Use Development in Canadian History [Retail-Insider]

Mississauga’s Square One Shopping Centre to Become the Largest Mixed-Use Development in Canadian History By Craig Patterson Landlord Oxford Properties has revealed details on a groundbreaking development that will transform the area around Mississauga’s Square One shopping centre into the largest mixed-use development in Canadian history. The massive ‘Square One District’ project will see thousands of residential units added to...

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“Sizzling” Mississauga, Brampton Housing Markets Lack Inventory

“Sizzling” Mississauga, Brampton Housing Markets Lack Inventory  Toronto Storeys - torontostoreys.com Mississauga and Brampton both continue to enjoy booming housing markets that are hampered by a continual lack of housing inventory.That’s one of the key takeaways for potential Peel Region homebuyers from the latest data released by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB). Across the GTA, realtors reported 8,491 residential sales through...

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Average Mississauga condo price jumps nearly 20 per cent in 12 months [Mississauga News]

Average Mississauga condo price jumps nearly 20 per cent in 12 months NEWS Dec 10, 2019 by Graeme Frisque  - Mississauga News   The average price for a condo in Mississauga has climbed nearly 20 per cent in just 12 months. The average price for condos in Canada’s sixth-largest city has grown significantly over the past year to more than $500,000 per unit....

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Six real estate trends to watch for in 2020 [Canadian Real Estate Wealth]

Six real estate trends to watch for in 2020 Thankfully, success in real estate doesn’t require an ability to predict the future. But having an idea where the market is heading is critical to making the right decisions. PropertyGuys.com recently released a list of six trends that the company feels will have a lasting, potentially transformative effect on Canada’s real...

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Sellers will be back in charge of the Canadian housing market next year [Livabl_]

Sellers will be back in charge of the Canadian housing market next year Sean MacKay | Dec 16, 2019 The Canadian housing market racked up another win in November, logging its ninth straight monthly increase in sales after struggling mightily through much of 2018 and early 2019. The November sales data, released today by the Canadian Real Estate Association, was a...

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