Calgary Real Estate

1500 homes for sale in Calgary, AB.

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Home Prices in Calgary

The asking price of homes for sale in Calgary has increased 5.49% since April last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 33.79%. See more Calgary Home Prices & Values.

House
Median Asking Price
$510K
4,963 Houses
Townhouse
Median Asking Price
$470K
1,996 Townhouses
Condo
Median Asking Price
$280K
1,822 Condos

Calgary MLS® Listings & Real Estate

Zolo has the most detailed, up-to-date set of Calgary real estate listings. Search for homes listed on the Calgary MLS® system, including nearby cities, property types, and neighbourhoods. At the moment, Calgary has 1,500 homes for sale, including 4,963 houses, 1,822 condos, and 1,996 townhouses on the market. The average sold price for all home types in Calgary is $479K, which is -2% lower than April 2017. See our Calgary housing market stats for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

With Zolo you'll be able to find the hottest Calgary neighbourhoods, the best schools in the city, and evaluate nearby amenities. Take a look at the upcoming open houses in Calgary to tour homes in person. Narrow down your home search to filter by price, bedrooms, size or search by our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate.

Our Calgary MLS® Listing data is updated every 15 minutes to provide you the most-up-to-date home listings. Reach out to one of our Calgary REALTORS® to get started on landing your dream home today.

Calgary City Guide

1.1M
Population
10.9%
Population Growth
6%
Unemployment

Calgary will surprise you. Yes, there was a time people viewed the city as a honky-tonk backwoods stomping ground. But times have changed. Now, the city boasts more than 1.2 million residents, making it Alberta’s largest city and the 3rd-largest in Canada. Over the years it’s also become an economic powerhouse, offering excellent job options for both trade workers and C-suite executives, alike.

The city is recognized as a leader in the Canadian oil and gas industries, as well as a forerunner in the region’s economic expansion. Personal and family incomes are relatively high and typically there is lower unemployment although, in recent years, low resource prices have hurt the city’s economy. Still, the city doesn’t rely solely on oil and gas. It’s known as a financial services leader and small businesses and self-employment levels rank among the highest in Canada. By diversifying away from the oil and gas sector, Calgary’s labour force in other areas has grown. Professional, technical and management accounted for 14%, trade and construction account for almost 15% of the workforce.

The top three private sector employers in Calgary are Shaw Communications, Nova Chemicals and Telus. However, it should be pointed out that Calgary has the 2nd-highest concentration of head offices in Canada, behind Toronto.

While job prospects are good and housing is affordable, what really makes this city great is its proximity to the wilderness. Sitting at the gateway of the prairies, the city is only 80 kilometres from the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. This proximity to nature means city residents can have an exceptional live/work balance that’s ideal for just about everyone, particularly the outdoor enthusiast.

Despite a few hits to the economy, primarily due to resource prices, Calgary continues to thrive. Just ask the Realtors ® that serve this market. This makes it an ideal spot to set up house in the Canadian real estate market.

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 Calgary’s downtown core. Good options include Acadia, Sunridge and Huntington Hills. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Shawnessy or Royal Oak. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Chestermere, Airdrie and Cochrane, are options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

City
(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Calgary 8%6%$477K8030
2Chestermere 6%6%$498K186
3Cochrane 5%5%$424K447
4Airdrie 2%3%$398K631
5Crossfield 0%0%$288K64

Demographics

Buying a house means becoming part of a community. Before you buy, get to know your neighbours. For a quick snapshot consider these Calgary demographics, such as median age, schools and income. All information is collected from Statistics Canada census data.

28%
Rent
72%
Own
$1,093
Monthly Rent (Median)
$1,366
Monthly Mortgage (Median)
281,705
Total Families
$81,256
Family Income (Median)
36
Age (Median)
60%
College Educated

Schools

Families interested in setting down roots may want to consider the top-rated elementary and secondary schools in the Calgary. To help you narrow down your Calgary housing market search, here are the top five schools in each category.

Elementary Schools

9.9 Webber
9.8 Clear Water
9.5 Master's
9.5 Sunalta
9.3 Calgary French & International

Secondary Schools

10.0 Rundle College
9.8 Webber
9.8 West Island College
9.1 Sir Winston Churchill
8.8 Springbank

Commuters

Calgary is a large city. To get around you may need to rely on the city’s public transit system. Rapid transit in the city includes the C-Train, a light rail passenger train. There are also a number of bus routes. If you’d rather bike, check out neighbourhoods close to the Bow River, where there is easy access to bike trails. Those relying on a car need not worry. Calgary was built as a car-friendly city and there are a number of major roadways that connect you to downtown.

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

 

 

76%
Drive
17%
Transit
1%
Bike
5%
Walk

Local Scoop

Once considered a one-trick pony, Calgary’s grown up quite a lot in the last few decades. The downtown core no longer shuts down at 5:15 pm and the mayor no longer has a few drinks at the local dive bar. These days there is a vibrant sport and outdoor culture. There’s also a thriving professional and grassroots artistic community and amid all this a combination of youthful energy and corporate focus.

This doesn’t mean Calgary has shed its iconic history. On any night of the week, you could rub shoulders with leather-clad fellows or business folk at the iconic 17th Avenue pub, The Ship. Celebrating almost three decades of open doors, The Ship’s patio is one spot where just about every city resident over the age of 18 will spend a sunny afternoon.

In July almost the entire city will don cowboy boots and Stetsons to celebrate Calgary Stampede. The event has roots that go back to 1886 and the entire city comes out to celebrate this long, rich rodeo history. There are community pancake breakfasts, beer festivals and events for young and old throughout the city.

Families will be interested in the National Music Centre, which is an interactive exhibit that lets kids try out a variety of instruments including the electric guitar, drums and a voice recording room. For a more historical experience, consider a day at the Heritage Park Historical Village. Costumed actors roam the village, recreating life in the city in the early 20th-century. A day of pure amusement can be found at Calaway Park, Western Canada’s largest outdoor family amusement park.

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