If you want to learn about real estate in Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon, you’ve come to the right place. Our Peel Region real estate data has statistics for homes sales in the region from July 2011 up to today.
With prices changing and many people offering opinions as to what is happening, we thought that it would be a good idea to put together groups of charts to allow you to see the most important Peel Region real estate data and work out for yourself what is happening.
As with our other pages looking at GTA real estate statistics, we got our Peel Region real estate data from the monthly reports released by the Toronto Real Estate Board. Each month, TREB publishes sales data for the entire GTA and we looked at every report going as far back as July 2011, when they began to split the data into the regions that they use today. As there were different numbers reported for some months, we decided that the best approach to collect Peel Region real estate data would be to use the numbers published in the TREB report immediately after the end of the month. It took us a long time as we went through several years’ worth of reports, but we think it was worthwhile and hope you find the data useful.
Use the quick links below to easily view the data charts:
|Average Sale Price||Year-on-Year Price Avg Change||Median Price|
|Number of Sales||New Listings||Active Listings|
|Inventory||Days on Market||Benchmark Prices|
Average Sale Price for Homes in Peel Region
Year-on-Year Average Price Increase in Peel Region
Median Sale Price for Homes in Peel Region
Number of Home Sales in Peel Region
Number of New Listings in Peel Region
Number of Active Listings in Peel Region
Number of Months Inventory in Peel Region
Average Number of Days on Market
Peel Region Benchmark Prices
NB Benchmark data covers the period from January 2014 to today
Composite (all home types)
Single-Family Detached Home
Single-Family Attached Home
For real estate data in other areas of the GTA, use the links below: