Mississauga Real Estate
Congratulations on choosing a great city to live! Mississauga, Ontario is home to right around 700,000 residents. It is Canada’s sixth-most populous municipality. Mississauga, Ontario is a suburb of Toronto which boasts a vibrant music, film, & art scene, and is right next to Lake Ontario as well as only a few hours drive to beautiful cottage country in Muskoka. No wonder we’re getting more and more national attention every day! Best of all, Mississauga Real Estate is still affordable, and the Mississauga Real Estate Market is extremely healthy!
As your Realtor in Mississauga, I make the following commitments: Real estate in Mississauga offers so many options to home buyers, I will make sure you explore every option available to you. Selling Real Estate in Mississauga Ontario can be a stressful and difficult task. I will offer you the latest in Real Estate marketing, and I am available to my clients 24/7. I believe in the Mississauga Ontario Real Estate Market & I am personally invested. Whether you are a new or seasoned real estate investor, I will help you define and achieve your goals.
I have committed myself to Working by Referral. I don’t simply help my Clients buy or sell a house, I ensure that every Client is happy before, during, and after the transaction. The core of Working by Referral is good business practices. I plan to earn your business, and earn your trust so that you will feel confident referring your family and friends to my services.
I have steadily grown my business through referral. I started in Mississauga Ontario Real Estate as a new agent in 1986. I have personally helped thousands of satisfied clients into their new homes or successfully sell their largest investments. Contact me today and let me know what I can do to help you!
About Mississauga Ontario
The City of Mississauga is home to 700,000 residents, with over 4 million next door in the Toronto area. The area of Mississauga encompasses Clarkson, Port Credit, Streetsville, Erindale, Meadowvale, Malton and many other surrounding areas. The Mississauga area has seen sustained growth and is now the fourth most populated city around the Great Lakes.
Primarily recognized as being a large suburb, Mississauga has been trying to create a distinctive image for itself over the past few years. It held an international architectural design competition in 2006 for a 56-story condominium tower, to be called Absolute World, that is intended to be a landmark for the city. The city is debt-free and has not borrowed money since 1978. Mississauga may have to borrow money to build new capital projects in 2012.
With five major freeways passing through the city, Mississauga offers quick access to major markets in Canada, in addition to large markets in the Northeastern and Midwestern United States. Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada's busiest, is located in the city. Residents of the city are called Mississaugans. Mississauga has one of the largest corporate/financial districts in Canada with major international companies having their Canadian headquarters located in the region including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Pepsico, General Electric, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Fujitsu, Wal-Mart Canada and Intuit Canada among many other Fortune 500 companies.
Mississauga Ontario Climate
The climate of Mississauga is officially represented by Pearson International Airport but conditions can differ depending on location: fog tends to be more common along the lakeshore and in the Credit River Valley at certain times of year, particularly during Autumn. The southwestern side of the city (Clarkson) is usually significantly milder in winter and also on summer nights than northern areas which include the airport, while lakeshore areas particularly from Port Credit east through Lakeview are cooler on hot summer days and it can be noticeably cooler on sunny spring days when there is a lake breeze.
During snowfalls when temperatures hover close to freezing, northern parts of the city, such as around Derry Road away from warmer Lake Ontario, tend to get more snow than the southern parts because of colder temperatures. The reverse occurs when a strong storm approaches from the south kicking up lake effect snow, bringing higher snowfall totals to south Mississauga and the lakeshore.
Mississauga Ontario Economy
Over 60 of the Fortune 500 base their Global or Canadian Head Offices in Mississauga. Some of the strongest industries are pharmaceuticals, electronics and computers, transportation parts and equipment industries. Menu Foods, a cat and dog food manufacturer, is headquartered in the Streetsville area of Mississauga. Hewlett Packard's main Canada offices are in Mississauga. Air Georgian, a regional airline, is headquartered in Mississauga. Air Canada Jazz operates a regional office in Mississauga.