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East Credit – Mississauga Neighbourhoods

East Credit – Mississauga Neighbourhoods

Where’s East Credit Located? 

East Credit is located in north-central Mississauga west of Hurontario, south of Meadowvale Village, east of Streetsvile and Central Erin Mills and north of Erindale separated by Highway 403. East Credit has easy access to Hwys 401 & 403.

The Neighbourhood of East Credit

East Credit is a relatively young neighbourhood in Mississauga (~15-20 years old). It’s mostly defined by the Heartland Town Centre, which is a huge area of standalone restaurants and retail outlets.

It’s also home to BraeBen Golf Course which was curiously yet cleverly built on top of an old garbage dump giving golfers (and soccer golf enthusiasts) some of the most spectacular views anywhere in the GTA.

A word of warning, however, some of the areas do fall in an “aircraft warning zone”. However, unlike Meadowvale Village, I find these zones to not be quite as intrusive.

Braeben Golf course gives you a full view 360 view of Mississauga.

Braeben Golf course gives you a full view 360 view of Mississauga. Photo credit – scoregolf.com


East Credit Real Estate

East Credit real estate is a traditional mix of 15-20 year old townhome, semi-detached, and detached homes. Styles from the mid 90s don’t exactly match today’s buyers, but there are plenty of people that have kept up with the times.

The “great room” concept of the late 90s is mostly found here so for those who prefer an open concept, these homes will work for you. However, being in that 15-20 year old range means that some of the homes will now need some updating. Styles and trends tend to last about 10-15 years before hitting that “what were we thinking?” stage.

A standard 2-storey semi-detached home in East Credit. Under 20 years old, ~1500 sq.ft with 3 beds, 3 baths and a finished basement.

 

Most of the new entrants are first-time home buyers looking to start a family in Mississauga. The rest are those that bought when the homes first built about 15-20 years ago. They’ve raised their families and are comfortable with the convenience of the neighbourhood.

East Credit Schools

East Credit is a very good school zone in Mississauga. In fact, it boasts one of the best schools in the city – Whitehorn PS, ranked #12 in our Top 25 Schools in Mississauga. On top of that, it also hosts the fantastic Hazel McCallion Sr. middle school and the strong and consistent Rick Hansen SS. Parents in East Credit can rest assured their children are receiving a very good education.

Public Elementary Schools include:

*For information on Middle, Secondary or Catholics schools please contact me directly.

Commuting & Retail in East Credit

Life in East Credit is very convenient for everyone. With the Heartland Shopping Centre you have every retail and big box store imaginable at your doorstep. 

East Credit’s best commuting feature is that it’s located close to Hwy 401. It’s also close to one of Mississauga’s major work centres. The closest GO station is about 10 minutes away. Commuting from here isn’t the best in the city, but its affordability affords you the extra few minutes of commuting time.

 

The Heartland Town Centre boasts over 163 stores and 2 million square feet of retail.

 

Is East Credit Right For You?

Are you looking for an affordable freehold home close to the center of Mississauga with easy access to Hwys 401 & 403? How about a great school zone for your children? And what about great access to tons of retail and amenities?

If yes, East Credit may be a good landing spot for you and your family. From here you have three options:

1) Contact me directly with any other questions about East Credit.

2) If you aren’t completely sure if East Credit is for you, then let me match you with the right neighbourhood that fits your budget and lifestyle criteria by filling in the GTAWestLiving Lifestyle Match Form.

3) Or if you’re ready to get started you can fill in the form to start receiving MLS Listings.

 

Mike Santos

I’m Mike. I created this website. I'm a real estate sales representative, but I’m a consumer behaviourist at heart. I like to understand what makes people tick and find out what’s really important to them. I value honesty and integrity over everything. I’m fiercely competitive and loyal and view myself more as a consultant than salesperson. In my free time I’m a registered sportsaholic and TV junkie.

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