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Uncover the best Edmonton homes for sale & Edmonton real estate below! The capital of Alberta, Edmonton is located on the North Saskatchewan River. Edmonton has a population of almost 1,500,000 residents, making it one of the largest cities in Alberta, second only to Calgary and the fifth-largest municipality in all of Canada. For up-to-date information on Edmonton properties or to schedule a private tour of the many Edmonton homes available to purchase today, contact Terry Paranych and the EdmontonHomes.ca team in partnership with Justin Havre today.

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Edmonton Real Estate Market

Edmonton housing market statistics: As of July 2, 2022 there are currently 3838 properties for sale in Edmonton listed as active, with an average asking price of $585,371. The highest-priced property is $7,500,000; the lowest priced property can be purchased for $119,900. Edmonton neighbourhood listings have an average price of $ per square foot, based on listings with 3.8 bedrooms, 3.1 baths, and 1,701 square feet of living space.

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Edmonton Real Estate Market

For people looking to buy a home in Edmonton, home prices vary quite a bit depending on the neighbourhood, type of home, and size of home. The city is divided into 375 neighbourhoods with seven geographic sectors, one being near downtown and six being in more suburban areas. Some homes in affordable neighbourhoods start as low as about $60,000 for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment and can reach prices over a few million dollars. Edmonton has townhomes, single-family homes, condos, and other housing types available to purchase throughout its best neighbourhoods, giving many options no matter what a buyer is looking for.

There are also a variety of high-end neighbourhoods for buyers who are looking to add some luxury to their lives. In and around Edmonton, there is also a fair variety of master-planned communities homebuyers can choose from if that's the sort of community they desire. For those looking to build a new home, there are many excellent home builders in Edmonton.

Since Edmonton is a larger city, those looking to live in a subdivision community are in luck, as there are many to choose from. Some of these include Canon Ridge, Virginia Park, Cumberland, North Glenora, Summerside, Daly Grove, and Heritage Valley.

Edmonton Community Amenities

Aptly named as "Canada's Festival City," Edmonton hosts various events for both residents and visitors alike. Some popular festivals held here include The Works Art & Design Festival, Edmonton Folk Music Festival, The Edmonton International Street Performer's Festival, and The TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival.

Edmonton is also home to what was the largest mall in North America, the West Edmonton Mall. Most of Edmonton's nightlife can be found on the Whyte Avenue strip, where bars, clubs, and restaurants are all common sights. For fun during the day, there are a number of popular parks in Edmonton, water activities (including visiting any of the best lakes near Edmonton), and other outdoor activities.

There are also many museums to visit in Edmonton to learn about the city's history and Edmonton fun facts. Fort Edmonton Park is one such place, although it is not a museum in the traditional sense. Instead, it is Canada's largest living history museum. The Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) is the largest in the city and houses over 10 million objects. Additionally, other popular museums in the area include the Alberta Railway Museum, Telephone Historical Centre, the Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum, and The Telus World of Science.

Edmonton is a major economic centre for the oil and gas industry and has been nicknamed the "Oil Capital of Canada." It has huge gas, oil, and oil sand reserves and is second only to Saudi Arabia. Besides having many jobs in oil and gas, Edmonton is also a major financial center with regional and local institutions like the Canadian Western Bank, TD Canada Trust, and Servus Credit Union.

Edmonton Local Highlights

  • Home to the Edmonton International Airport, which is a hub facility for Northern Alberta, and has a selection of suburbs within convenient proximity to the airport for frequent flyers
  • Public transportation available includes the bus and light rail transit (LRT) services, as well as the Downtown Bike Network
  • Main roads through the city for commuting are Alberta Provincial Highway No. 16, Kingsway, Anthony Henday Drive, and Whitemud Drive
  • Edmonton hosts many sports teams and venues, such as Rogers Place for hockey and Clarke Stadium for soccer
  • Fun city attractions like the Edmonton Valley School, Muttart Conservatory, John Janzen Nature Centre, and Heritage Amphitheatre
  • The Downtown Arts District around Churchill Square has the Francis Winspear Centre for Music, which is home to the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
  • Edmonton has a huge variety of different golf courses both in and around the city, so golfers will have plenty of options when they want to hit the green.

Edmonton School Information

There are a variety of Edmonton schools for residents to choose from. There are three publicly funded school districts for schools grade 1-12. Many students in the city go to primary schools in Edmonton Public School or Edmonton Catholic School District. There are also public charter schools in the area, which are not a part of any of the public school boards. Also, there are private schools in Edmonton, such as Progressive Academy, Tempo School, and Edmonton Academy. For homeschool students, both Edmonton Public Schools and the Edmonton Catholic School District also provide homeschooling materials and support.

In addition to these primary schools, Edmonton also houses publicly funded post-secondary schools such as King's University, University of Alberta, Concordia University of Edmonton, NorQuest College, the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and MacEwan University.

Edmonton, Alberta, may be a great place to relocate to for anyone who wishes to live in one of Canada's largest cities. From festivals to the continent's largest shopping mall, as well as outdoor parks, bustling nightlife, and dog-friendly activities, Edmonton has something to cater to just about every desire in a city. With hundreds of neighbourhoods with home prices to fit any budget and a decent overall cost of living, there is something for nearly everyone. The city of Edmonton has the amenities and things to do that almost anyone would need, and it's a popular place to live for city-lovers who wish to be in the middle of it all.

Edmonton Real Estate Agents

If you're buying or selling a home in Edmonton, allow our real estate experts to guide you through the process with your Edmonton real estate specialist. As your local REALTOR®, we have exclusive knowledge concerning the unique dynamics of the Edmonton SFH housing market.

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your Edmonton property, contact Terry Paranych and the EdmontonHomes.ca team in partnership with Justin Havre. Check out our free market analysis page to receive a home value estimate within minutes.

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Listing information last updated on July 2nd, 2022 at 8:31pm MDT.