These Are the Cheapest Homes in Brampton Right Now

 

You might be wondering how the housing market is doing these days in Brampton.

Real estate brokerage and website Zoocasa says the Brampton remained a seller's market throughout the remainder of 2018, enjoying some of the strongest price growth with 78 per cent of new inventory sold. That is up 7.2 per cent to an average of $695,975, despite sales activity falling 29% with 379 homes sold.

As is the case throughout the region, a steep decline in new listings kept things competitive, with only 483 homes listed for sale in December - a 41.5 per cent drop. But while the market is tight right now, things can change—and there might be more sales activity in the new year.

For that reason, you might be curious about which homes sold for big bucks—and which ones were quite affordable—this past month in Brampton.


Least Expensive:

417 - 188 Mill Street SouthPrice: $285,900

Neighbourhood: Brampton South

Bedrooms: 1

Washrooms: 1


310 - 18 Knightsbridge RoadPrice: $330,000

Neighbourhood: Queen Street Corridor

Bedrooms: 3

Washrooms: 1


414-188 Mill Street SouthPrice: $330,000

Neighbourhood: Brampton South

Bedrooms: 3

Washrooms: 1


116 - 50 Via Rosedale WayPrice: $339,000

Neighbourhood: Sandringham Wellington

Bedrooms: 1

Washrooms: 1


1009-25 Kensington RoadPrice: $340,000

Neighbourhood: Queen Street Corridor

Bedrooms: 2

Washrooms: 1


Most Expensive:

2 Sacramento RoadPrice: $1,349,000

Neighbourhood: Bram West

Bedrooms: 5

Washrooms: 4


127 Main Street SouthPrice: $1,272,000

Neighbourhood: Brampton South

Bedrooms: 4

Washrooms: 4


12 Tango RoadPrice: $1,235,000

Neighbourhood: Vales of Castlemore North

Bedrooms: 4

Washrooms: 4


9 Dopp CrescentPrice: $1,170,000

Neighbourhood: Gore Rural Estate

Bedrooms: 5

Washrooms: 5


1587 Hallstone RoadPrice: $1,166,000

Neighbourhood: Bram West

Bedrooms: 4

Washrooms: 3

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