Edmonton Duplex for Sale

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  • 3 Bedroom Duplex For Sale | 6908 132 Av Nw Nw | Edmonton | T5C2A6
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    $399.000
    The Diamond by Diamond West Developments offers a luxuriously designed living space in the mature neighbourhood of Delwood. This half duplex comes complete with 9 foot ceilings on the main floor as well ...
    3 beds 3 baths 121 sqft • 238 Days
  • 4 Bedroom Duplex For Sale | 10626 81 St Nw Nw | Edmonton | T6A3L4
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    $639.000
    BRAND NEW fully finished half duplex in desirable Forest Heights, minutes from downtown & river valley. Tenant occupied up/down with one year leases, bringing positive cash flow. This luxury home in Edmonton offers ...
    4 beds 4 baths 130 sqft • 254 Days
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Edmonton Real Estate Market

Whether you're interested in viewing Edmonton real estate or homes for sale in any of your favorite neighborhoods: Oliver, Downtown Edmo, Strathcona, Secord, Queen Mary Park, Windermere you'll find what you're looking for. Currently on Edmonton real estate marked listed 4923 single family homes for sale with price range from 24,900$ to 141,900,000$ with average price 533,854$ for 3 bedroom houses.

Edmonton Real Estate Market Analysis: An Overview of the City and Its Housing Market

Edmonton is the capital city of the Canadian province of Alberta, and is located in the central region of the province. With a population of over 1 million people in the metropolitan area, Edmonton is the fifth-largest city in Canada and the second-largest in Alberta, after Calgary. It is known for its rich cultural scene, beautiful river valley, and strong economy, which is driven by industries such as oil and gas, agriculture, and technology. When it comes to the real estate market, Edmonton has historically been known for its affordability compared to other major Canadian cities, such as Toronto and Vancouver. However, in recent years, the city's housing market has experienced some ups and downs, influenced by a variety of factors such as changes in the local economy, government policies, and global events like the COVID-19 pandemic. To better understand Edmonton's real estate market, let's take a closer look at some key indicators: Housing Prices: According to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), the average price of a home in Edmonton in February 2023 was $381,000, up 8.2% compared to the same period in 2022. However, this is still lower than the national average home price of $748,000. Detached houses accounted for the majority of sales, followed by townhouses and condos. Sales Activity: Edmonton's housing market has been relatively stable in terms of sales activity, with a total of 1,300 residential properties sold in February 2023, a decrease of 5.8% compared to February 2022. This decrease may be due in part to the ongoing effects of the pandemic, as well as rising interest rates and stricter mortgage rules. Inventory Levels: As of February 2023, there were 4,500 active residential listings in Edmonton, up 22.5% from the same period in 2022. This suggests that there is currently more supply than demand in the city's housing market, which could put downward pressure on prices in the coming months. Rental Market: Like many Canadian cities, Edmonton has seen a surge in rental demand in recent years, driven by factors such as population growth and an increasing number of people choosing to rent rather than buy. According to the latest data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Edmonton was $1,200 in October 2022, up 4.8% compared to the same period in 2021. Overall, Edmonton's real estate market appears to be in a period of relative stability, with modest increases in home prices and a moderate level of sales activity. However, the city's housing market is not immune to broader economic and social factors that could impact demand and supply in the future, including changes in interest rates, government policies, and global events. As such, potential homebuyers and sellers in Edmonton should stay up-to-date on market trends and work with experienced real estate professionals to make informed decisions.

Property types in Edmonton, AB

In addition to 4925 Houses in Edmonton, we also found 201 Vacant land listings, 192 Commercial listings, 33 Townhomes, 12 Condos, 2 Duplex listings, 2 Farms, 1 Multifamily homes. Research Edmonton real estate market trends and find homes for sale. Search for new homes, open houses, recently sold homes and reduced price real estate in Edmonton. Each sale listing includes detailed descriptions, photos, amenities and neighborhood information for Edmonton. As always, while you browse the Edmonton real estate below, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to click the “Contact Agent” button when viewing the details of a property.