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Brampton and Bramalea Price Statistics for 2011

Posted January 17th, 2012 under market updates.

This chart summarizes the 2010 selling prices for homes in the Bramalea area (south of Bovaird, between Highway 410 and Torbram), as well as for the whole of Brampton. Compared to 2010, average prices rose between 1.4% and 10.5%.

Bramalea Area Only

type lowest highest average vs. 2010
Apartment one bedroom $114,000 $207,000 $165,500 +4.4%
two bedrooms $132,500 $255,000 $180,100 +1.4%
three bedrooms $143,500 $261,000 $179,900 +8.6%
Townhouse no garage $153,000 $229,900 $192,400 +8.6%
with garage $165,000 $255,000 $214,500 +10.5%
luxury $249,000 $345,000 $278,100 +3.4%
Semi-Detached no garage $222,000 $344,900 $289,400 +6.1%
with garage $259,000 $389,000 $317,300 +6.1%
Detached no garage $180,000 $399,900 $267,000 +7.2%
with garage $260,000 $700,000 $388,200 +6.6%

All of Brampton

average vs. 2010
Apartment $199,800 +8.7%
Townhouse $236,900 +8.4%
Semi-Detached $335,500 +7.8%
Detached $444,800 +8.3%

The average prices for Brampton (as a whole) are higher than those for Bramalea alone, because most of the homes outside of Bramalea are newer and, in general, larger.

Want to know more about the state of the market? Just ask me, I'll be happy to help.

--Peter

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