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Edmonton Houses For Sale
Edmonton, capital of Alberta and second-largest city in the province, houses a little under a million people and is well-known for its scene parklands, its connection to arts and culture and its thriving economy. Edmonton is home to every type of Canadian citizen, including a great many students and young people, as well as many others looking to take advantage of the economic opportunities.
The city is endowed not just with natural resources but with some of Canada’s most exquisite and renowned museums including the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Royal Alberta Museum and the Telus World of Science. But these aren’t the only attractions visitors and residents can take advantage of. There’s also, of course, the West Edmonton Mall, the biggest mall in North America, spanning over 48 city blocks, and including a hotel, a water park, over 100 places to eat, 800 places to shop, a skating rink, and much, much more.
The city serves as the staging ground for a major oil & gas operation. Producers interested in extracting oil from the Alberta oil sands headquarter in Edmonton, but oil and gas isn’t the only industry sector that uses the city as a home base. Edmonton has a shockingly diverse economy—despite the spotlight being on oil—one of the most varied in all of Canada including many other major industry sectors and international companies.
Edmonton is also one of the country’s leaders in post-secondary education and a major centre for those looking to pursue academic studies both in the province and the nation at large. There are a plethora of post-secondary institutions in Edmonton including the University of Alberta and the Athabasca University and there are thousands of students in full-time and part-time enrollment.
Edmonton’s real estate market is as assorted as its economy, featuring lovely Scottish-themed mansions overlooking the North Saskatchewan River in communities such as Glenora just Northwest of Downtown, as well as a townhouse and condominiums both within the Downtown core and just outside of it in communities such as Oliver (one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and a neighborhood which has seen a lot of redevelopment). There are many brand-new suburban communities towards the edges of town and along the Ring Road both in the Northwest and Southwest. The truth is there are many exquisite neighborhoods all throughout Edmonton, any one of which could contain a great home for you.
If you’re thinking of moving to Edmonton and want to take a look at a few Edmonton houses for sale, you’ve come to the right place. You can browse through 1000s of Edmonton houses for sale right here and get to know the beautiful city that so many Canadians and Albertans have come to love.