Houses for Sale in Calgary
Calgary Homes for Sale
Houses in Calgary present homes for sale and real estate in the City of Calgary.
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Search all homes for sale, condos, townhouses and properties in the City Centre of Calgary. This includes communities such as Altadore, Downtown, Bel-Aire and the Beltline..
Start searching all homes for sale in Calgary east including neighbourhoods such as Applewood, Dover, Erin Woods, and Southview.
For communities in North Calgary such as Carrington, Country Hills, Harvest Hills, Hidden Valley, Sherwood and about 20 others, start your North Calgary real estate search here.
North east Calgary offers neighbourhoods such as Cityscape, Abbeydale, Cornerstone, Whitehorn, Pineridge and several others. Find your perfect North east Calgary home here.
North west Calgary offers about 20 distinct neighbourhoods like Collingwood, Charleswood, Silver Springs, Varsity and Royal Oak just to name a few!
South Calgary offers the most communities in Calgary. There are approximately 40 neighbourhoods in South Calgary to choose from. Start here.
South East Calgary is one of the smaller sections and only has about 12 communities but it's endearing! Check out the neighbourhoods including Cranston, Douglasdale/Quarry Park, Mahogany and McKenzie Towne. .
West Calgary many home have views of the Rocky Mountain. Find exclusive communities such as Aspen Woods, Lakeview, West Spring and Wildwood. Have a look!
in style in a condo nestled in the heart of the sophistication and energy that is downtown Calgary. This North facing unit on the 33rd floor of Vogue presents floor to...
Calgary is the largest city in Alberta, divided up into 4 quadrants. It is one of the best places to live in Canada for both single professionals and young families, with a thriving downtown and many charming suburbs surrounding it. Calgary has an affordable, environmentally friendly, and efficient public transportation system, plenty of fun things to do, and an affordable housing market. What's not to love?
Calgary Real Estate
Real estate in Calgary is far more affordable than nearly every other major Canadian city. There are a wide range of homes available in Calgary, from modern downtown condos to cozy suburban single family homes to luxury estates on sprawling properties.
Whatever your budget and preferences, you are likely to find something to suit your needs in Calgary. Budgets as low as $200,000 will be able to find a home in Calgary, while multi million dollar budgets looking for a dream home will also have plenty to choose from. To begin your search, contact us to find out how we can help.
Schools in Calgary
Calgary is known for having excellent schools. Students can attend schools that are a part of the Calgary Board of Education, Early French Immersion Program, or the Calgary Catholic School District. Many of the best schools in the province are located in Calgary, making a high quality education accessible for every student in the city.
Climate in Calgary
Many people love Calgary for it's climate, which offers a true 4 seasons. The climate is dry all year round, with summer temperatures of 30°C or higher and winter temperatures only getting below -10°C for only a few weeks of the year, considered mild in comparison to much of the rest of Canada. With such close proximity to the Rockies and community ice rinks in most neighbourhoods, those cold temps just mean plenty of opportunities to enjoy your favorite winter sports.
Most of Calgary's rainfall comes in the form of snowfall, with very few gloomy rainy days. Summer temperatures often stretch into the fall, making for "Indian Summer" conditions in September and October. The climate in Calgary makes outdoor recreation enjoyable in all seasons.
Things to Do in Calgary
In downtown Calgary, you will find plenty of places to eat and things to do. Getting around downtown is easy too, with the C train totally free without downtown limits. For something truly memorable, ascend the Calgary Tower, home to the highest 360° observation deck in the entire world. Enjoy dinner in the rotating restaurant with a jaw dropping view of the city.
If you enjoy outdoor recreation, Calgary is the perfect home town for you. With Banff National Park and all the beauty and adventure of the Canadian Rockies nearby, you will never run out of hiking and mountain biking trails to explore. Calgary is home to 8,000 hectares (nearly 20,000 acres) of parkland, there are 800 kilometers of running and cycling pathways in the city, and Canada Olympic Park is located in Calgary and open to the public.
Enjoy a lively and family friendly day at The Calgary Stampede, a 10 day annual event that honors the ranching and agricultural heritage of Calgary with special rodeo events and live performances, and of course delicious food.
Calgary Zoo is another must see, with special events throughout the year to celebrate changing seasons and a conservationist approach to animal care. The zoo was established in 1929 and has remained a pillar of the Calgary community. It is accessible by the C Train to make travel convenient from anywhere in Calgary.
Cost of Living in Calgary
Calgary has one of the best costs of living in Canada, in addition to a higher average salary than other Canadia cities. One of the major factors that makes Calgary more affordable is the low sales tax rate. There is no provincial sales tax in Alberta, so Calgary residents only pay the federal Goods & Services Tax.
Both gasoline and natural gas are lower than the Canadian average in Calgary, too. With a healthy job market, real estate opportunities to meet a variety of budgets, and lower costs for necessities, Calgary is one of the most affordable major cities in North America.
To find out more about moving to Calgary or finding your ideal home here, contact us any time. We have the team of professionals you need to make Calgary your home.