Airdrie Real Estate

516 homes for sale in Airdrie, AB.

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Home Prices in Airdrie

The asking price of homes for sale in Airdrie has increased 5.2% since March last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 15.92%. See more Airdrie Home Prices & Values.

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315 Houses
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119 Townhouses
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59 Condos

Airdrie MLS® Listings & Real Estate

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Airdrie real estate listings. Discover homes listed on the Airdrie MLS® system, including nearby cities, property types, and neighbourhoods. Right now, Airdrie has 516 homes for sale, including 315 houses, 59 condos, and 119 townhouses listed for sale. The average sold price for all home types in Airdrie is $404K, which is 4% higher than March 2017. See our Airdrie real estate trends for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

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Airdrie City Guide

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Airdrie is a city in the province of Alberta. It’s a little less than 40 kilometres north of Calgary, although recent political decisions now put Airdrie’s official city boundary only a few kilometres from its southern neighbour. The city got its start as a train town. By 1901, the first barn was built and, shortly after that, the first post office. Since then the city has grown and now almost 62,000 make the greater Airdrie area their home.

The city is considered a bedroom community of Calgary, but more and more workers also travel to Edmonton and further north in order to find work. Even with a large number of commuters now living in the city, Airdrie is proud of its industrial, hard-working history. Today, this pride shows in the city’s commitment to keeping the city’s economy vibrant and is reflected in how the residents of Airdrie choose to work and play. Turns out the city is home to several sports franchises, including the Knights of Airdrie, a senior men’s lacrosse team that plays in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League. The city is also home to the Airdrie Irish, a senior men’s semi-pro Alberta Football League team. The largest competitive junior amateur league is the Airdrie District Soccer Association (ADSA). There are over 2,000 children between the ages of 3 and 18 registered in the association’s ever-growing program. Quite often, these kids end up playing in one of eight adult soccer teams that fight to contend in the Calgary Soccer Association’s competition.

The longest-standing athletic event in the city is the Airdrie Pro Rodeo. The five-day event is one of the largest 10 rodeos in Canada and it’s held every year in mid-summer. The rodeo attracts pro cowboys and cowgirls from across North America and includes bull riding, cow rustling, even mutton-busting.

The city offers residents great access to affordable housing, national parks, and great shopping. Big box retail is found in the southern end of the city with a Walmart and a London Drugs opening doors here. In the north end, residents can find Real Canadian Superstore, Canadian Tire as well as major grocery chains like Sobeys, Canada Safeway and Calgary Co-Op. The city is immediately north of the hamlet of Balzac, which is where the CrossIron Mills opened its doors in 2009. This fully enclosed shopping centre is considered a major retail spot for the region and provides almost 1.2 million square-feet of single-level shopping.

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger homes and lots but with good commuter access to Airdrie’s downtown core. Good options include Balzac, Crossfield and Cochrane. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Calgary, Carstairs and Madden are good options as they offer more affordable detached homes.


(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Calgary 7%6%$498K6585
2Chestermere 5%2%$470K146
3Airdrie 2%4%$404K517
4Crossfield 0%8%$261K50
5Cochrane 0%5%$343K366


Before buying real estate in Airdrie examine the city’s demographics. This information is collected by Statistics Canada and provides a glimpse into who currently lives in the city. This can help you figure out if Airdrie is the right home for you and your family.

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If you’re buying a real estate in Airdrie, consider the property’s proximity to local schools. To help you get started here are the top five elementary and top five secondary schools in Airdrie.  

Elementary Schools

7.5 Airdrie Koinonia Christian
5.7 Ralph McCall
n/a Airdrie
n/a Good Shepherd

Secondary Schools

7.2 St. Martin De Porres
7.0 George McDougall
5.6 Bert Church
n/a Airdrie Learning Connection


If you live in Airdrie but commute to either Calgary or Edmonton, you’re in luck. Highway 2 is a well-maintained major route that provides easy access to both major Albertan cities, as a variety of towns along the way. Cyclists are also in luck, as the city invested in a number of routes that connect almost every neighbourhood by bike routes. Those relying on bus services can expect local routes to run in 30-minute frequencies during high demand and 60-minute frequency at all other times.

To get a better idea of how city residents commute, consider the data collected by Statistics Canada.


Local Scoop

If you’re new to the area, jumpstart your local knowledge by visiting the Nose Creek Valley Museum. The facility offers 100 years of local history including collections of photos and artefacts. For more specialized history check out Iron Horse Park. You’ll find miniature trains, track and landscape that re-creates the prairies to coast Canadian Pacific Railway experience at the turn of the century—only on a miniaturized 1.6-kilometre track!

Everyone has a little bit of the picker in them and in Airdrie, the best place to do a little antique gold-finding is at Where On Earth Did You Find That store. Despite the eclectic mix of collectables and the large, open store space, this antique and trinket store is well-organized. The store gets many repeat customers, who glow about the helpful staff. Turns out many of these customers are from surrounding cities, as there’s nothing quite like this store anywhere else in the area.

If you get thirsty check out the Standard Tap Public House that offers standard pub grub or opt for the craft beer selection at Thumbprint Craft Beer. You can purchase sampler beers to help you narrow down your favourite local brew. If you’d prefer non-alcoholic brew, check out the Vintage Soda Company. With vintage-styled glass bottles and flavours like Martian Poop, Bundaberg Root Beer and Lemmy Lemonade, there’s a soda for everyone in the family at this speciality store. For the foodies, check out Drizzzles. It makes its own fresh fudge and offers a wide selection of sweets and candy.

On rainy days spend your time indoors on either the bowling alleys of Shamrock Lanes or letting your kids run wild at Yeehaw Play. On sunny days, check out the city’s Farmer’s Market. Though small, it offers a selection of locally grown produce.

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