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Mississauga’s Neighbourhoods: East Credit

Mississauga’s Neighbourhoods: East Credit

This is the sixth segment of a 19-part blog-series that showcases Mississauga's unique commmunities. We realized that a lot of our clients were coming from outside Mississauga, and while knowing the top schools is important, they have asked for more information about the individual communities these schools reside in and the real estate available. This is an important criteria not lost on us as finding a neighbourhood that fits your lifestyle is extremely important. We've already ranked the communities based on school zones (which you can find here), so now let's take a little bit of time to get to know our communities. Next up: East Credit!

Q & A Time…

Where is East Credit located?
East Credit is located in North Central Mississauga between Hwys 401 & 403, south of Brampton and north of Erindale in Mississauga. The major landmark would be the large liquidation store centres in what as known as the Heartland Centre.

What's the Population of East Credit
63,007

What's the ethnic mix of East Credit?
The 5 most prevalent ethnicities in East Credit are: 23% East Indian, 16% Chinese, 7% Filipino, 7% Portuguese, and 7% Italian.

What is the average price of real estate in East Credit?
The average price of property in East Credit is $684,014.*

What is the average value of a Detached home in East Credit?
The average value of a detached home in East Credit is $720,806.* 

What is the average value of a Semi-Detached home in East Credit?
The average value of a semi-detached home in East Credit is $471,300.*

What is the average value of a Townhome in East Credit?
The average value of a townhome in East Credit is $484,675.*

How old are the homes in East Credit?
The majority of homes (87%) in East Credit are less than 26 years old. East Credit is one of the younger communities in Mississauga.

What are the Best Schools in East Credit?
East Credit's highest representatives are #12 Whitehorn, #21 Sherwood Mills, and #23 Edenrose at the elementary level. East Credit's school zone, Rick Hansen was our #5 overall rated school zone in Mississauga.

*Based on available properties under $1 million.

Final Thoughts On East Credit

East Credit is one of the youngest communities in Mississauga. The area has been developed for the most part over the past 20 years, and is one of the few places in Mississauga you can find homes under 15 years old. So, for those of you that are looking for an established neighbourhood with a home that isn't past its prime, East Credit could be the right spot. In fact, there has been a large influx into the area because two of its elementary schools offer full-day kindergarten (Whitehorn and Sherwood Mills). That's driven a lot of younger couples into the area and demand has been quite strong for homes in East Credit. Well located between two major highways and close to the City Centre for many professionals, East Credit is becoming an increasingly popular community in Mississauga. And don't let the average price of property fool you, there are very many affordable detached homes in the area for a family looking for a reasonable 3 or 4-bedroom home.

In terms of the school zone, East Credit has performed very well in recent years. You have three elementary schools in the Top 25 and solid scored from both the middle and high schools. In time, this area should see even stronger scores and will most likely sit in the Top 5 for a long time. 

To find out more about East Credit, simply contact us and we'll respond right away!

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About Mike Santos

Mike's strong analytical and marketing foundations make a him key guest contributor to the website. Combined with his knowledge of all things Mississauga, Mike's thoroughness provides prospective homeowners with the wide-ranging information and perspective they need during an otherwise emotional process.

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