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How much does it cost to live in Peel?


Median Selling Price$1,275,000

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Median Selling Price$950,000

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Median Selling Price$899,450

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Median Selling Price$641,250

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Top 5 Schools in Peel

Safa & Marwa Islamic School5570 Kennedy Rd, L4Z 2A9, Mississauga, ON
Al-Ameen Elementary School389 Main Street North, L6X 3P1, Brampton, ON
Iqra Islamic School5751 Coopers Ave, L4Z 1R9, Mississauga, ON
Safa & Marwa Islamic School5550 McAdam Road, L4Z 1P1, Mississauga, ON
Khalsa Community School69 Maitland Street, L6S 3B5, Brampton, ON

Why live in Peel?

Top-tier education and health services, some of the best infrastructure in the GTA, and easy access to the city’s largest airport are just a few of the reasons that residents love calling Peel Region home. Made up of Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon, Peel has a population of over 1.5 million people.

Quality and diversity of education in Peel

The education system is one of Peel Region’s greatest assets. Schools are primarily operated under the Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board. However, there are also several top-ranked private institutions, like St. Jude’s Academy, Glenoak Academy, and The Hill Academy. Meanwhile, there are two universities and two colleges in the region, the University of Toronto - Mississauga, Algoma University Bampton, Sheridan College, and Lambton College Mississauga.

Most populous cities in Peel

Mississauga is the largest city in the Peel Region. It makes up over half the residents of the entirety of Peel Region, with a population of roughly 828,000. After that, the second most populous city is Bampton, and coming in this place is the town of Caledon, which is far smaller and more sparsely populated than both Mississauga and Brampton.

Quality of infrastructure for Peel

Peel Region is where you will find Toronto Pearson International Airport, located in Mississauga. It is the country’s largest airport and sees over 40 million travellers passing through it every year. The Peel Region is also home to an extensive network of nationwide and regional trains. Via Rail has a dedicated station in Brampton, connecting Peel with the rest of Canada, while Metrolinx’s GO Transit has stations scattered throughout Brampton and Mississauga, making downtown Toronto and the rest of the GTA more accessible to Peel Residents. There is also rumoured to be a new Caledon-Vaughan GO line in the works. Further, MiWay in Mississauga and Brampton Transit in Bampton are local public transit lines servicing these two Peel cities. If you prefer to drive, Pele residents have easy access to the following major highways: Highway 401, Highway 403, Highway 407, Highway 410, Highway 427, and the Queen Elizabeth Way.

Safety and security for Peel

The Peel Region is generally considered a safe place to live. Both Mississauga and Bampton have crime rates below the national average. The area also has its own police force, Peel Regional Police, to keep residents safe.

Peel property market

The entire Peel Region is a fast-growing, highly-desirable place to purchase property. Thus, it’s no surprise that it benefits from a strong housing market. Types of properties you can find in Mississauga, Bampton, and Caledon include semi-detached and fully-detached homes, bungalows, condos, apartments, townhouses, and more.

Standard of living in Peel

Peel Region has a high standard of living owing to its abundance of economic opportunities, high-quality healthcare and education systems, and growing infrastructure. The area also boasts a scenic location on the shores of Lake Ontario and easy access to the City of Toronto, whether you're driving or taking public transit. Plus, since Peel Region is considered part of the Greater Toronto Area, it shares in Toronto’s honour of earning the ninth spot in The Global Liveability Index 2023’s Liveability Report.

Something wonderful about Peel

Peel Region is home to the 1,500-kilometre long Credit River. The Credit River begins at the Niagara Escarpment and flows all the way to Lake Ontario via Port Credit, Mississauga. Thus, the Credit River runs through all three parts of Peel Region: Caledon, Brampton, and Mississauga. The River can be canoed or kayaked and is home to all kinds of wildlife, including snapping turtles, salamanders, toads, newts, frogs, and eight species of snakes.