• 100-4300 Village Centre Ct, Mississauga, ON



Freehold townhomes are stand-alone dwellings that are as close as you can get to a detached home lifestyle without actually being a detached home. As a freehold townhome owner, you own the interior unit as well as the exterior fully. They are not like condos were you owe condo fees, but they are often price-ier than typical condominium units. They are great investments as they appreciate in value faster than condos but you must factor in owner fees like repairs, upgrades, and property maintenance constantly.

A condo townhouse is similar but they are typically part of a condo corporation. They are run similar to how a condo corporation runs things in terms of condo feeds and budget/maintenance fees. Regular services are completed for you by management such as landscaping, seasonal yard work and exterior repairs. They are very convenient to live in, especially if you cannot keep up with yard work and maintenance often, and they often include private parking and shared outdoor spaces. Source

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Why Mississauga?

Mississauga is one of Southern Ontario’s largest cities with over 700,000 residents as of 2017. Only a short drive away from Ontario’s capital, Toronto, Mississauga is known for its shopping, dining and entertainment experiences. Some of the most popular destinations include Celebration Square (for its family friendly outdoor festivals and concerts), Square One Shopping Centre (for its shopping experiences), and Port Credit (for its small-town like feel along Lake Ontario).

Why Oakville?

Oakville is a suburban town part of the Halton Region near Mississauga. It has a population of 193, 832 as of a 2016 census. This town is known for being just along the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto and Hamilton; it showcases picturesque harbours, bustling shopping areas, high-end dining opportunities and a vibrant arts community. It is the perfect combination of a suburban neighbourhood with beautiful and dense forests and trails interwoven within the community.

Why Milton?

Milton is a smaller town just outside of Mississauga and part of the Halton Religion in the GTA. A town of roughly 110,130 people, this town has been growing exponentially fast in the few years with a 56.5% increase in 2011. Located only 40 km west of Downtown Toronto via Hwy 401, Milton is the perfect combination of a quiet town feel with the busyness of shopping centres and schools nearby. It also boasts the Bruce Trail and some areas of the Niagara Escarpment, a beautiful UNESCO world biosphere reserve.

Why Brampton?

Brampton is a suburban city located in the Greater Toronto Area and is part of the Peel Region. As of 2016, this city has a population of about 593,638 and it is known for its major economic sectors including: advanced manufacturing, retail administration and logistics, information and communication technologies, business services and more. In terms of entertainment and community, it showcases a number of venues such as the Peel Art Gallery, the Rose Theatre, Garden Square, Gage Park and the Historic Bovaird House. Source