High Prairie Real Estate

  • 52 homes for sale in High Prairie, AB.

  • $31,000 to $3,299,000
  • $294,463 Avg List

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Home Prices in High Prairie

The asking price of homes for sale in High Prairie has decreased -25.04% since July last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 550%. See more High Prairie Home Prices & Values.

House
Median Asking Price
$262K
32 Houses
Townhouse
Median Asking Price
$0
0 Townhouses
Condo
Median Asking Price
$156K
4 Condos

Find Real Estate & MLS® Listings in High Prairie

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High Prairie City Guide

3K
Population
-6.6%
Population Growth
10%
Unemployment

Located in Alberta, the city of High Prairie has a population of 2,600. The -6.6% population growth for this city is below average when compared to other Canadian cities.

There are 3.09% of immigrants in in High Prairie, 0% of which are recent immigrants to Canada. Other than English, the most common language spoken is Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino), with 3% of residents reporting it as their mother tongue. The largest cultural community within High Prairie is Scottish at 24%, followed by First Nations (North American Indian) at 22% and Canadian at 21%.

High Prairie offers good employment opportunities with an unemployment rate that sits near 10%, which is above average when compared to other cities. Approximately 48% of residents hold a university degree. Residents can expect an exceptional quality of life in High Prairie based upon an above average median family income of $67,564.

According to Statistics Canada 83% of High Prairie residents drive. About 26% of residents that are already established within the city will move within a year, while 59% will move within five years.

High Prairie's population is higher than average when it comes to homeownership, with 62% owning a home and 38% renting. The median monthly mortgage cost is estimated to be about $946, which is above average when compared to renters in other Canadian cities.

In the Canadian real estate context, High Prairie is a good place to to buy a home.

Demographics

Buying a house means owning a piece of a neighbourhood, so it’s a good idea to get to know your neighbours. Here’s a snapshot of High Prairie’s demographics, including median age, schools and income, using census information from Statistics Canada.

38%
Rent
62%
Own
$802
Monthly Rent (Median)
$946
Monthly Mortgage (Median)
670
Total Families
$67,564
Family Income (Median)
34
Age (Median)
48%
College Educated

Schools

For those interested in buying Canadian real estate in order to raise a family, take heart: High Prairie is home to top-rated elementary and secondary schools. To help you narrow down your High Prairie housing market search, here’s the top five schools in each category. (Learn more in our school guide.)

Elementary Schools

3.3 High Prairie

Secondary Schools

5.2 St. Andrew's
2.6 E W Pratt

Commuters

According to Statistics Canada, residents in High Prairie use a variety of ways to get around.

83%
Drive
0%
Transit
0%
Bike
17%
Walk
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