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Home Prices in Edmonton

The asking price of homes for sale in Edmonton has decreased -2.25% since August last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 12.74%. See more Edmonton Home Prices & Values.

House
Median Asking Price
$449K
3,224 Houses
Townhouse
Median Asking Price
$305K
1,528 Townhouses
Condo
Median Asking Price
$217K
1,763 Condos

Edmonton MLS® Listings & Real Estate

Zolo helps you find your dream home out of the 1500 homes for sale in Edmonton. Search by location with our MLS® map for Canada-wide real estate listings. Filter through these homes by property type, price, number of bedrooms, size, keywords like "swimming pool," and more to find Edmonton condos or houses for sale in Edmonton. With Zolo you'll be able to find the most popular Edmonton neighbourhoods, neighbourhoods with the highest-rated schools in the city, and easily navigate the MLS® system. Most of the city population own their homes, while 35% live in Edmonton rentals.

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Edmonton real estate listings and lets you to search within the Edmonton MLS® system for nearby cities and neighbourhoods. If you're curious about the Edmonton real estate market and how it's changed over the year, Zolo's Edmonton housing market stats are the perfect way to discover new insights. After analyzing Edmonton MLS® data for thousands of homes, we've collected new insights on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market. Currently, the average Edmonton home will sell for $387,854 and will be on the market for 43 days. Get in touch with one of our Realtors in Edmonton to get started on landing your dream home today! Interested in cities around Edmonton? Explore some St. Albert real estate as well as search for homes for sale in Rural Strathcona County and homes for sale in Rural Parkland County on Zolo.

Edmonton City Guide

812K
Population
11.2%
Population Growth
6%
Unemployment

Did you know that the largest urban parkland in Canada is also located in the northern-most city in the nation? These are just two facts about Edmonton that make this Alberta city such an intriguing place. (By the way, that park is the North Saskatchewan River Valley and it covers 18,000 hectares of land.)

As the capital of Alberta, Edmonton current population is just under 950,000 residents, making it the province’s 2nd-largest city and Canada’s 5th-largest municipality. As the traditional hub of the Albertan petrochemical industries, the city’s economy continues to be fuelled by the province’s massive oil, gas and oil sands reserves. However, a couple of decades ago a forward-thinking city council began to foster partnerships with educational institutions and governments to create research and education centres within the city. These facilities helped to foster a growing technology sector. As a result, the Alberta Research Council (aka Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures) and the Edmonton Research Park now help to find commercial solutions for research.

Edmonton’s entrepreneurial spirit didn’t start in tech. The city is actually the birthplace of a number of prominent companies, including The Brick, Katz Group, Boston Pizza, Planet Organic, Shaw Communications, Running Room, Booster Juice, and Earl’s.

As the cultural, governmental and educational centre, Edmonton has so much to offer. It boasts one of the largest indoor shopping malls, the West Edmonton Mall. An indoor retail complex that spans 48 city blocks and, up until 2004, was the largest retail centre in the world. The province’s oldest cultural institution, the Art Gallery of Alberta, is located in Edmonton. The city puts on more than 30 artistic festivals each year. Even the University of Alberta holds bragging rights—67 of its students have been awarded the Rhodes Scholarship, the world’s most prestigious educational award.

Still, many know Edmonton because of one person: Wayne Gretzky. The former Edmonton Oiler hockey player helped put the city on the map when he became the National Hockey League’s leading scorer. In the years he played in Edmonton, Gretzky led the Oiler to four Stanley Cup championships. Even now, the “Great One” still holds 60 NHL records, despite officially retiring in 1999.

While the city certainly felt the economic hit from low energy sector prices, the Edmonton real estate market rallied quite quickly. Local Realtors ® will tell you that part of the reason is the resiliency of the city’s workers. Another reason is that the current mayor actively worked to diversify the city’s economic base. This means the city keeps steadily growing, which is good news for buyers and sellers in the Edmonton real estate market.

Neighbourhoods

Did you know Edmonton boasts the youngest urban centre in Canada? Of course, living in the city’s core won’t work if you’re looking for a more established neighbourhood. The good news is that finding the right community to meet your budget and lifestyle isn’t too hard in this city. To find the right spot talk to an Edmonton Realtor. Local knowledge will help you negotiate Edmonton’s seven geographical sectors and 375 communities. From there you develop a short-list that best meets your needs.

Now, if you want to live and work in Edmonton’s vibrant central core, focus your search on homes for sale in Boyle Street, McCauley, Oliver and Strathcona neighbourhoods, among others. Those interested in a small-town feel should check out a few open houses in the Cloverdale area, just south of the North Saskatchewan River. For a family-centric community check out Parkellen. But if you plan on getting a dog you’ll probably want to be near one of the city’s many urban parks. You won’t be alone. According to surveys, there are more pets in Edmonton than children, making houses for sale in areas like Blue Quill and Royal Gardens much sought after.  

To get started, check out our neighbourhood rankings. Using the latest data, all of Edmonton’s communities are ranked based on how quickly homes sell, the sale price and how many listings are currently available. Once you have a short-list, plan to spend some time in the community. Shop the stores; talk to residents; wander through a few open houses in Edmonton. By spending time in the neighbourhoods you’ll find a vibe and property that suits you best.

Neighbourhood
(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Brookside 50% 100% $866K 8
2Duggan 50% 67% $416K 12
3Capilano 43% 43% $386K 12
4Sherbrooke 50% 0% $319K 15
5Mckernan 36% 36% $546K 22

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 Edmonton’s downtown core. Good options include Sherwood Park, St. Albert and Woodbend. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Clarkdale Meadows or Akinsdale. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Spruce Grove, Fort Saskatchewan and Leduc are good options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

City
(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1St. Albert 14%7%$460K454
2Sherwood Park 11%8%$422K399
3Thorsby 0%33%$022
4Edmonton 6%7%$388K6699
5Morinville 3%11%$313K109

Demographics

Before you buy a home find out what your neighbours might be like. Get a quick snapshot using Edmonton demographics, including median age, school info and income. All information is from Statistics Canada census data.

35%
Rent
65%
Own
$1,003
Monthly Rent (Median)
$1,222
Monthly Mortgage (Median)
203,350
Total Families
$72,248
Family Income (Median)
36
Age (Median)
56%
College Educated

Schools

For parents looking to purchase real estate in Edmonton, you may want to review the city’s top-rated elementary and secondary schools. Here are the top five Edmonton schools in each category.

Elementary Schools

9.9 Mount Pleasant
9.5 Windsor Park
9.4 Stratford
9.2 St. Martin
9.1 Grandview Heights

Secondary Schools

10.0 Old Scona
8.6 Archbishop MacDonald
7.8 Strathcona
7.8 Harry Ainlay
7.6 J H Picard

Commuters

To get around this northern Alberta city you could use the city’s public transit system. If you’d rather bike, you’ll be pleased to learn that the city boasts a vast network of bike paths and trails. close to the Bow River, where there is easy access to bike trails. For most commuters, however, you’ll probably end up using a vehicle. If that’s the case, consider neighbourhoods in close proximity to the city’s ring road (officially known as Anthony Henday Drive) as this can easily shave 15 to 30 minutes off your commute.

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

79%
Drive
15%
Transit
1%
Bike
5%
Walk

Local Scoop

As the northern-most city in Alberta, Edmonton gets cold in the winter. Really, really cold. But here, in a city built on snow-fuelled by a love for hockey, that doesn’t stop people from getting out and enjoying what this city has to offer.

In early December, head over to the Crestwood Community to take in the Spirit of Christmas on Candy Cane Lane. Started over 40 years ago, this wonderfully festive display of decorative lights now spans across 10 city blocks. It’s also a great way to get to know your neighbours.

For Narnia and Frozen fans, check out the city’s Ice Village located in Hawrelak Park. This massive ice structure requires a dozen builders, some heavy equipment and lots of pick-axe action to create more than a dozen ice structures that are lit up from the inside to create a wonderfully magic ice castle creation.

The good news is that each year the snow thaws and Edmonton residents shed their winter coats and boots so they can, once again, go out and enjoy all this city has to offer. Such as spending a Saturday at the Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market or running along one of the River Valley Trails. Then there’s the annual Alberta Culture Days. For a few days in October, the province of Alberta offers free admission to almost all publicly funded museums, art galleries and historic sites. That means you could view the masters at the Art Gallery of Alberta before taking in a free performance at the Edmonton Opera or getting your groove on at the Mile Zero Dance Extravaganza. Film fanatics also love October in Edmonton because that’s when the Edmonton Short Film Festival gala takes place. If you’d rather chill out with friends, consider some drinks at the Empress Ale House. Every Sunday this iconic watering hole offers cheap beers and free comedy. For more of a cafe experience, spend some time at the Hexagon Board Game Cafe. Known to the locals simply as HXGN, this cafe offers a variety of beverages and treats and it’s bound to have the board game you love.

Those with little ones may end up spending quite a bit of time in Sir Winston Churchill Park. For parents, there are free yoga classes. That’s good. What’s better is that anyone in the family can brush up on their Luke Skywalker / Rey impersonations, while getting lightsaber training in the park. As part of EAC (Edmonton Arts Council), lightsaber training is held every year starting May 4th (as in “may the force be with you”). Lessons begin at 7, just make sure you bring your own lightsaber (or stick).

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