Peel Region

Population – 721, 599 

Number Of Houses- 234, 582 

Hospitals- The Credit Valley Hospital, Trillium Health Centre, Oakville Trafalgar Hospital, Mississauga hospital 

Recreation Centres- Mississauga Recreation & Parks, Mississauga Valley Community Centre, River Grove Community Centre, Erin Meadows Community Centre, Huron Park, Frank McKechnie Community Centre, Meadowvale Community Centre, Clarkson Community Centre, Carmen Corbasson Community Centre, Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, Meadowvale Community Centre 

Shopping Centres- Square One Shopping Centre, CF Sherway Gardens, Heartland Town Centre, Erin Mills Town Centre, Dixie Outlet Mall, Brittany Glen, Meadowvale Town Centre 

Universities- University of Toronto Mississauga Campus 

Colleges- Sheridan, TriOS, Evergreen College, Algonquin College, CIMT College, 

Access to Major HWYS- 401, 403, 407, QEW 

Elementary Schools In Mississauga-… 

High Schools in Mississauga- 

Retirement Centres- VIVA Mississauga Retirement Community, Evergreen Retirement Community, Walden Circle Retirement Community, Chartwell Regency Retirement Residence, Chartwell Heritage Glen Retirement Residence, Sunrise of Mississauga, Ivan Franko Home, The Village of Erin Meadows


Population – 593,638 

Number of Houses- 173, 428 

Hospitals- Brampton Civic Hospital, william osler hospital, close to credit valley hospital 

Recreation Centres- Greenbriar Recreation Centres, Chris Gibson Recreation Centre, century Gardens Recreation Centre, Howden Recreation centre, ken giles recreation centre, Professors lake recreation centre, Ellen Mitchell Rec Centre, Cassie Campbell community centre, Earnscliffe Rec Centre, Jim Archdekin Rec Centre, Loafer’s Lake Rec Centre, Bramalea Civic Centre, South Fletcher’s Sportsplex 

Shopping Centres- Bramalea City Centre, Shoppers world Brampton, Trinity Commons, Centennial Mall, Brampton Mall, Kennedy Square Mall, Bramrose Square, Kingspoint Plaza, Smartcentres Brampton East 

Universities-No Universities in Brampton but close to York U, Ryerson, and UTM. 

Colleges in Brampton- Sheridan college Davis campus, Humber College, Brampton Institute of Tech, Medix College – Brampton, Springfield College of Healthcare, Management & Technology, triOS College 

Access to Major HWYS- 410, 407, 427, 401, 403 

Elementary Schools In Brampton-… 

High Schools in Brampton- 

Retirement Centres- Bramalea Retirement Residence, Greenway, The Village of Sandalwood Park, Southbrook Lodge Inc, Woodhall Park Retirement Village


Population – 59, 460 

Number Of Houses- 19, 086 

Hospitals- no hospitals but close to brampton civic hospital, and headwaters health care centre 

Recreation Centres- Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness, Mayfield Recreation Complex, Caledon Community Complex, Albion & Bolton Community Centre, 

Shopping Centres- Feed Mill Centre The, Smartcentres Caledon, Georgetown Market Place, Bolton County Shopping Centre, SmartCentres Bolton, Trinity Common, Bramalea City Centre 

Police Stations- OPP Caledon Detachment 

Universities- No Universities close to York, Ryerson and Guelph and McMaster 

Colleges in Caledon- Georgian College – Orangeville Campus, 

Access to Major HWYS- 410 and 400 and HWY 10, HWY 50 

Elementary Schools In Brampton-… 

High Schools in Brampton- 

Retirement Centres- King Nursing Home, Abbeyfield Caledon, Tall Pines Long Term Care Centre, Caledon Seniors’ Centre, Lord Dufferin Centre Retirement Residence,


Background Image

Ricardo Medeiros

Contact Information

E-mail Address:

Office Phone:

Cell Phone:

Recent Blog Posts

When preparing your home for sale, you need to fix things up, declutter, perhaps slap a fresh coat of paint on a few walls. That’s all part of getting your property ready for buyers.

But there’s another type of preparation that you also need to do. And, the sooner you do it, the less stressful your move will be.

You need to get all your paperwork together.

Here’s what to gather:

  • Property documents such as deeds, easements, surveys, liens, etc.
  • Mortgage documents, plus any other loans (i.e., line of credit) that use the property as collateral.
  • Maintenance and service agreements that may continue with the new owners.
  • Warranties and guarantees that are transferrable to the new owners.
  • Recent utility bills, such as water, electricity, etc.
  • Rentals (i.e., water heater rental.)
  • Home security agreements and codes.
  • Contracts for any work done on an ongoing basis. For example,
         lawn maintenance.

Getting these records together early will ensure you’re not scrambling at the last minute to find them. Some of these documents, such as warranties, also make for attractive selling features.


When considering whether or not to sell their home, many people think about market conditions. They consider whether it’s a buyer’s or seller’s market. They look at trends. They try to time the sale to get the best price for
their property.

While market conditions certainly can play a role in deciding whether you should sell now rather than later, many other factors can influence that decision too.

For example, you might have outgrown your home and need more space. Perhaps you need an extra bedroom or a larger kitchen. If you wait until market conditions are perfect, you may languish for months — or even years — in a home that’s too small for you.

The same can be said for downsizing.

Another “non-market” reason you might want to sell your home sooner rather than later is the neighbourhood. Is there another community more suited to your lifestyle that you want to get into? If it’s a particularly desirable area, you don’t want to wait too long to make a move. If you do, you might lose some good opportunities.

There’s also the emotional side of the decision to consider. You might simply want to move for no other reason than you need a change. That’s as good a reason as any to put up the For Sale sign and find your next dream home.

Other non-market reasons for selling include:

  • Wanting a shorter commute to work.
  • Desiring a different style of neighbourhood. (Rural rather than urban.)
  • A change in family situation.
  • Living closer to relatives and friends.
  • Wanting a particular property feature, such as a backyard with
    mature trees.

The point is, don’t just consider market conditions when deciding to sell. Look at all the reasons and then move forward with confidence. After all, you can sell and buy in any market.


What is it about your property that stands out? What will buyers like most about it? What are your home’s most enticing features?
Answering those questions will help you determine which features to emphasize when selling your home. After all, you want buyers to notice and appreciate your property’s best characteristics.
But here’s the challenge...
It can be difficult to determine which features of your home are particularly desirable to buyers. You live there! So, there might be a fantastic characteristic of your property that you’ve gotten used to. You might not even realize its value.
One way to gain perspective is to ask friends, “What is it about our property that you like most? What stands out to you?” Ask them to be candid. Often, they’ll reveal characteristics about your home that may surprise you. You’ll definitely gain insights that will help you when listing.
Another technique is to compare your property to others in the neighbourhood. Buyers often target neighbourhoods, so realizing how your home stands out can be helpful when marketing it. For example, your property might have a larger backyard than most others on the street, or it might have a lot of recent upgrades.
Another way to discover your home’s most attractive features is to talk to me. I can tell you what buyers will like most about your property.