This Place: This 4,400+ square foot homes boasts a fantastic ravine view and elegant, eye-popping finishes Address: 10 Desertpine CourtNeighbourhood: CastlemorePrice: $1,799,000
Brampton renters and those looking to buy a home, not just in this city but across Ontario, knew that the interventionalist provincial government led by Kathleen Wynne, who has not been shy about using the power of government to take measures in the economy, was looking to do something about the skyrocketing costs of living in this province. And those measures have arrived.
That crash/correction that some people say is right around the corner doesn't appear to be hitting the red hot GTA market anytime soon. According to a recent Royal LePage House Price Survey, overheated home price appreciation in the region showed double-digit growth in the prices of homes across the GTA.
This Place: This spacious 4,000 square foot home boasts an elegant interior and close proximity to the Lionhead Golf and Conference Centre Address: 14 Annual CircleNeighbourhood: Credit ValleyPrice: $1,700,000
If you're a Brampton or Mississauga resident who desperately needs to renovate your home to address accessibility needs—or if you want to rejuvenate a basement or secondary suite for additional income—the Region of Peel might fund your improvements to the tune of $25,000. 
The dramatic increase in house prices has commanded incredible attention over the past few years and rightfully so—detached homes are officially costing buyers over $1 million in the 905 and even
With rental rates climbing right alongside housing prices, many Brampton residents are grappling with a shrinking rental market that puts affordable housing even more out of their reach.
It's no exaggeration to say that an incredible amount of ink has been spilled on the subject of wildly escalating house prices in Brampton and the GTA.
Home sales in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) hit a record high last year and if you eavesdrop at any Brampton coffee shop, from Sweet Breeze to T By Daniel, you’ll hear people kvetching about real estate and the lack of supply.
There’s been quite a bit of talk about what condo boards can and cannot do in the wake of a recent court decision regarding Airbnb.