Edmonton and Surrounding MLS® Listings
Search for homes for sale in Edmonton by communities. Below you can explore all neighborhoods to find homes, condos, and townhouses for sale on the MLS® Listings in Edmonton and learn more about real estate within specific neighborhoods.
The Edmonton real estate market has seen tremendous growth in recent years. Fuelled by Alberta's strong provincial economy, entire neighborhoods have appeared seemingly overnight to keep up with the growing demand for housing in the city. As a result, the market has experienced an influx of properties from condos to million-dollar residences.
Use the guide below to search for Edmonton houses for sale and surrounding communities. Each of these pages contains the active real estate listings for that area, updated every day. If you already know which communities you like, be sure to sign up for email alerts of new listings as soon as they hit the market -- it's fast, easy, automatic and FREE!
Edmonton Houses For Sale
Edmonton is the capital and the second-largest city in Alberta. Recognized as one of the most diverse cities in Canada with its cultural and educational center and center festivals, making the city of Edmonton, "Canada's Festival City."
As the economic, cultural and governmental center of Alberta, the City of Edmonton is setting a high standard for cities of similar size. Residents of Edmonton are fortunate to live in a place where history is honored, and progress is encouraged. With so many community amenities to make life the best it can be, Edmonton is going to benefit residents young and old.
Edmonton real estate is second to none, and homebuyers will have a difficult time choosing which property to buy. Condos, townhouses, single-family homes, luxury estates—they’re all here on the list of Edmonton homes for sale. There’s no other place to go for top-quality homes than those specified in Edmonton.
The City of Edmonton has a downtown area plus six local sectors: Central, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, West, and Northwest. Each zone divides into many neighborhoods. Residents of each region are proud of their community’s unique history and its role in making Edmonton a great city. There are also several industrial districts, particularly in the Northwest and Northeast. Edmonton is also bordered by many smaller cities that include Sherwood Park, St. Albert and much more.
When it comes to things to see and do in Edmonton, residents will have plenty to do for years to come. The Arts District is always familiar with venues and attractions like the Francis Winspear Center for Music, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Citadel Theater, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Walterdale Playhouse, Varscona Theatre and the Ukrainian Male Chorus of Edmonton, among others.
Museums worth visiting include the Alberta Aviation Museum, Art Gallery of Alberta, Royal Alberta Museum, Telus World of Science and Fort Edmonton Park, a living history museum.
Other attractions include professional sporting events, Churchill Square, K-Days festival, Canadian Finals Rodeo, Edmonton International Fringe Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and Edmonton International Film Festival, to name a few.
It’s no surprise that Edmonton homes are in such high demand and buyers are looking for an excellent place to call home in Alberta. Houses for sale in Edmonton are diverse in style and price, making any interested home buyers find their dream home.