Calgary Real Estate for Sale

If you’re looking for a new home, you’ll want to check out the latest Calgary real estate listings for sale. With all the new development in the city, there are plenty of great options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a downtown condo or a suburban bungalow, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Calgary’s current real estate market.

Our Calgary real estate listings are updated regularly, so check back often. And if you have any questions, our team is always here to help. So what are you waiting for? Start your search for Calgary real estate listings for sale or rent today!

Latest Calgary Real Estate Listings for Sale

Search/Filter Properties


LOADING

For sale $528,800
402, 99 Spruce Place SW, calgary, Alberta

402, 99 Spruce Place Sw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1609.81 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $449,900
343 Hawthorn Drive NW, calgary, Alberta

343 Hawthorn Drive Nw

Calgary, Alberta

6 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1754 sqft
RE/MAX Irealty Innovations
For sale $789,900
70 Creekside Avenue SW, calgary, Alberta

70 Creekside Avenue Sw

Calgary, Alberta

5 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2599 sqft
RE/MAX House Of Real Estate
For sale $309,900
104, 825 Mcdougall Road NE, calgary, Alberta

104, 825 Mcdougall Road Ne

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 875 sqft
Maxwell Capital Realty
For sale $569,000
147 Corner Meadows Grove NE, calgary, Alberta

147 Corner Meadows Grove Ne

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1560 sqft
RE/MAX Irealty Innovations
For sale $423,600
116 Everglen Road SW, calgary, Alberta

116 Everglen Road Sw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1350 sqft
RE/MAX Irealty Innovations
For sale $285,000
511, 1410 2 Street SW, calgary, Alberta

511, 1410 2 Street Sw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 783 sqft
Century 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.
For sale OPEN HOUSE $379,900
744 73 Street SW, calgary, Alberta

744 73 Street Sw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1151 sqft
RE/MAX Landan Real Estate
For sale $265,000
311, 304 Cranberry Park SE, calgary, Alberta

311, 304 Cranberry Park Se

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 882.79 sqft
RE/MAX First
For sale $789,900
2728 6 Avenue NW, calgary, Alberta

2728 6 Avenue Nw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 890.62 sqft
Real Estate Professionals Inc.
For sale $499,900
268 Carrington Way NW, calgary, Alberta

268 Carrington Way Nw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1361 sqft
The Real Estate Company
For sale $449,900
31 Templeby Drive NE, calgary, Alberta

31 Templeby Drive Ne

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1207.58 sqft
Century 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.
For sale $489,000
114 Arbour Stone Place NW, calgary, Alberta

114 Arbour Stone Place Nw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1245.9 sqft
The Real Estate Company
For sale OPEN HOUSE $399,000
18 Tararidge Close NE, calgary, Alberta

18 Tararidge Close Ne

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 971.37 sqft
RE/MAX House Of Real Estate
For sale $214,900
92, 6440 4 Street NW, calgary, Alberta

92, 6440 4 Street Nw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1036 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Mountain View)
For sale $799,900
503, 201 Quarry Way SE, calgary, Alberta

503, 201 Quarry Way Se

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1275.76 sqft
Century 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.
For sale $1,999,222
36 Chaparral Cove SE, calgary, Alberta

36 Chaparral Cove Se

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1812.62 sqft
Real Estate Professionals Inc.
For sale OPEN HOUSE $899,000
1925 48 Avenue SW, calgary, Alberta

1925 48 Avenue Sw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 1860.67 sqft
RE/MAX House Of Real Estate
For sale $314,900
320, 1408 17 Street SE, calgary, Alberta

320, 1408 17 Street Se

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 902.59 sqft
RE/MAX Landan Real Estate
For sale $575,000
131 Valley Crest Close NW, calgary, Alberta

131 Valley Crest Close Nw

Calgary, Alberta

5 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 1729 sqft
RE/MAX Irealty Innovations
For sale $504,900
25 Cityspring Terrace NE, calgary, Alberta

25 Cityspring Terrace Ne

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1504.68 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $695,000
167 Sunmount Bay SE, calgary, Alberta

167 Sunmount Bay Se

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1912.95 sqft
Real Estate Professionals Inc.
For sale $334,800
900 Pinecliff Drive NE, calgary, Alberta

900 Pinecliff Drive Ne

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 865.21 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Central)
For sale $384,800
126 22 Avenue NW, calgary, Alberta

126 22 Avenue Nw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1274 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Central)
For sale $909,900
123 Wolf Creek Rise SE, calgary, Alberta

123 Wolf Creek Rise Se

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2417.53 sqft
Jayman Realty Inc.
For sale $540,000
684 Brookpark Drive SW, calgary, Alberta

684 Brookpark Drive Sw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1497 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $724,900
43 Edith Terrace NW, calgary, Alberta

43 Edith Terrace Nw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 1728.09 sqft
Jayman Realty Inc.
For sale $177,500
114, 10 Dover Point SE, calgary, Alberta

114, 10 Dover Point Se

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 842.89 sqft
Century 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.
For sale $419,950
407, 630 10 Street NW, calgary, Alberta

407, 630 10 Street Nw

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1121 sqft
RE/MAX First
For sale $184,999
1317, 81 Legacy Boulevard SE, calgary, Alberta

1317, 81 Legacy Boulevard Se

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 590.3 sqft
Century 21 Bravo Realty
For sale $514,900
151 Prestwick Landing SE, calgary, Alberta

151 Prestwick Landing Se

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1500 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Central)
For sale $354,000
431, 7229 Sierra Morena Boulevard SW, calgary, Alberta

431, 7229 Sierra Morena Boulevard Sw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1232 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Mountain View)
For sale $209,900
806, 8710 horton Road SW, calgary, Alberta

806, 8710 Horton Road Sw

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 711.4 sqft
RE/MAX House Of Real Estate
For sale $189,900
304, 3719B 49 Street NW, calgary, Alberta

304, 3719b 49 Street Nw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 973 sqft
Royal LePage Benchmark
For sale $1,795,000
16 Spring Valley LANE SW, calgary, Alberta

16 Spring Valley Lane Sw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2337.91 sqft
RE/MAX House Of Real Estate
For sale $1,050,000
229 Crestmont Drive SW, calgary, Alberta

229 Crestmont Drive Sw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2518 sqft
RE/MAX Irealty Innovations
For sale $625,000
89 Tuscany Meadows Drive NW, calgary, Alberta

89 Tuscany Meadows Drive Nw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 1492 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $785,000
642 Schooner Cove NW, calgary, Alberta

642 Schooner Cove Nw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1725 sqft
RE/MAX First
For sale $365,000
8034 24 Street SE, calgary, Alberta

8034 24 Street Se

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1112.9 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $434,900
701, 235 9A Street NW, calgary, Alberta

701, 235 9a Street Nw

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 810 sqft
Sotheby's International Realty Canada
For sale $189,900
307, 647 1 Avenue NE, calgary, Alberta

307, 647 1 Avenue Ne

Calgary, Alberta

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 837 sqft
Urban-Realty.ca
For sale $229,900
805, 145 Point Drive NW, calgary, Alberta

805, 145 Point Drive Nw

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 772.2 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $699,900
22 Royal Birch Way NW, calgary, Alberta

22 Royal Birch Way Nw

Calgary, Alberta

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 2008 sqft
Exp Realty
For sale $269,900
1701, 1320 1 Street SE, calgary, Alberta

1701, 1320 1 Street Se

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 535.27 sqft
Hope Street Real Estate Corp.
For sale OPEN HOUSE $110,000
69 Burroughs  Place NE, calgary, Alberta

69 Burroughs Place Ne

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1442 sqft
Royal LePage Benchmark
For sale $290,000
2105, 1122 3rd  Street SE, calgary, Alberta

2105, 1122 3rd Street Se

Calgary, Alberta

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 510 sqft
Royal LePage Solutions
For sale $459,900
506 Everridge Drive SW, calgary, Alberta

506 Everridge Drive Sw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1228 sqft
Century 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.
For sale $425,000
213 Hidden Hills Place NW, calgary, Alberta

213 Hidden Hills Place Nw

Calgary, Alberta

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom 1284 sqft
RE/MAX Real Estate (Central)

Common types of real estate properties in Calgary

Single-family homes

A single-family home, also known as a detached dwelling, is a free-standing residential building. It is a dwelling unit that occupies only one lot. A single-family home may contain one or more bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, and family rooms. A garage or carport may be attached to the home. A house can be built on various lots, including rural farmland, suburban tracts of land, and inner-city neighbourhoods.

About 80% of Calgarians households live in single-family homes. Most of these homes are owner-occupied; about one-third are being rented out. Single-family homes are most popular in suburban areas and small towns.

They are typically found on large pieces of land known as lots. Lots can vary greatly; they may be as small as a city lot or larger than an acre. In some cases, multiple single-family homes may be built on one large lot, known as a subdivision.

Most single-family homes have either a pitched roof or a gabled roof; flat roofs are less common but can be found on some ranch-style houses and other types of architecture. Single-family homes usually have exteriors made of wood, brick, or vinyl siding; stone and stucco are also used in some houses.

The exterior finish of a home can vary greatly from one house to another; this allows homeowners to choose finishes that fit their personal tastes and style preferences.

Condominiums

A condominium, often abbreviated as a condo, is a type of real estate divided into several units, each separately owned, surrounded by joint common areas. Condominiums are a popular housing option for people who want to own their own home in Calgary but don’t want the hassle or expense of maintaining a single-family dwelling.

When you purchase a condominium unit in Calgary, you’ll own everything within the walls of your unit, including the floors, ceilings, and walls. You’ll also have an undivided ownership interest in the common areas of the condominium property, such as the swimming pool, clubhouse, and landscaping.

The key difference between owning a condo and owning a house is that with a condo, you don’t own the land your unit is on—you only own your unit and have joint ownership of the common property.

Townhouses

Townhouses are a type of housing that is very popular in Calgary. Unlike traditional houses, townhouses are typically attached to other homes, sharing walls and common spaces. While this arrangement can save on costs and reduce the maintenance required, it also has some disadvantages. For one, townhouses can be noisy, as sounds from adjacent units can easily travel through the shared walls.

Additionally, townhouses often have strict rules governing the use of common areas, which can limit privacy and freedom. Nonetheless, townhouses offer a unique living experience that appeals to many people in Calgary, and they are likely to continue to increase in popularity in the future.

Duplexes

A duplex is a two-unit residential building. Duplexes can be owner-occupied, with the owner living in one unit and renting out the other, or they can be rented out as two separate units. Duplexes are a popular type of investment property because they offer the potential for high returns. For example, an owner-occupied duplex can generate rental income from the other unit while providing a place to live.

And, if the property is well-located and well-maintained, it can appreciate in value over time. Meanwhile, a duplex rented out as two separate units can provide a steady stream of rental income. As with any type of investment property, there are risks associated with owning a duplex.

For instance, vacancy rates can fluctuate, and repairs and maintenance costs can be significant. But, overall, duplexes offer a lucrative opportunity for investors looking to generate income and build wealth over the long term.

Apartments

If you’re looking for an apartment in Calgary, you should keep a few things in mind. First, you’ll need to decide what kind of apartment you want. Do you want a studio, one bedroom, or two bedrooms? Second, you’ll need to decide how much you will spend. 

Third, you’ll need to find an apartment in a good location. You’ll want to be close to public transportation, shops, and restaurants. 

Finally, you’ll need to ensure the apartment is in a safe neighbourhood. With these things in mind, you should be able to find the perfect apartment for you.

Commercial real estate

Commercial real estate includes office buildings, retail space, warehouses, and other types of property used for business purposes. The field is unique in that it requires a different skillset than other types of real estate investing.

For example, commercial leasing is often more complex than residential leasing, and properties are often much larger in size. As a result, commercial real estate investors must be well-versed in various topics, from finance and accounting to construction and project management.

Despite the challenges, investing in commercial real estate in Calgary can be extremely lucrative. In addition to generating rental income, commercial properties often appreciate more than residential properties. As a result, commercial real estate can be an excellent way to build long-term wealth.

To sum it up, there are a few key takeaways regarding real estate investing for beginners. First, you need to decide what your goals and needs are. From there, you can look at properties that fit those parameters.

And finally, don’t forget to do your due diligence before making any final decisions. We hope this article has helped get you started on your real estate investment journey.

What to do before you start looking for a home

Before you start looking for a home in Calgary, it’s important to get your finances in order. This means getting a clear understanding of your credit score and history, as well as ensuring that you have enough saved up for a down payment.

It’s also a good idea to get pre-approved for a mortgage, so that you know exactly how much you can afford to spend. Once you’ve taken care of the financial side of things, it’s time to start thinking about your wish list. What are your must-haves in a home? What would be nice to have?

How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need? By taking the time to answer these questions, you’ll be able to narrow down your search and find the perfect home for you and your family.

Finding the right neighbourhood for you in Calgary

Deciding on the right neighbourhood to live in can be daunting – there are so many factors to consider! But with a bit of careful planning, you can find a neighbourhood that’s perfect for you and your family. 

Start by thinking about the kind of lifestyle you want to lead. Do you like being close to the action, or do you prefer a more relaxed pace of life? Once you’ve narrowed down your options, take a look at the amenities each neighbourhood has to offer. 

Are there good schools nearby? What about parks, public transportation, and shopping? And finally, don’t forget to factor in affordability. Once you’ve considered all of these factors, you should have a good idea of which neighbourhood is right for you.

Making an offer for your new home in Calgary

If you’re looking to buy a home in Calgary, one of the most important steps is making an offer. But what should you include in your offer? And how can you make sure it’s accepted? Here are a few tips to keep in mind:

1. Do your homework. Before making an offer, research the property and the market. This will help you determine how much to offer and give you some negotiating Leverage if the seller counters your initial offer.

2. Get pre-approved for a mortgage. This will show the seller that you’re serious about buying the home and have the finances to do so.

3. Include a personal touch. In addition to financial considerations, your offer should reflect your personal connection to the property. A letter expressing your interest in the home can often make a difference in whether or not your offer is accepted.

4. Be prepared to negotiate. In most cases, the seller will counter your initial offer, so be prepared to negotiate back and forth until you reach an agreement that works for both parties.

By following these tips, you’ll be able to make a strong offer on the home you’ve been eyeing.

What to do when your offer is accepted

You’re finally ready to take the plunge and purchase your first home. After months of searching, you’ve found the perfect place and made an offer that was accepted. But what comes next? Here’s a quick guide to what you can expect in the coming weeks.

First, you’ll need to secure financing for your purchase. If you’re taking out a mortgage, this will involve applying for a loan and going through the underwriting process. Once your loan is approved, you’ll need to schedule a home inspection to make sure there are no major defects with the property. 

Once everything checks out, it’s time to move on to the final step: closing. At closing, you’ll sign all of the paperwork required to finalize the purchase of your home and pay any associated fees. Congrats – you’re now a homeowner!

Closing the cost of your new home in Calgary

A home is likely the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make. But in addition to the purchase price, there are a number of other costs that you’ll need to account for. Here’s a rundown of some of the most common closing costs and other expenses that you can expect when buying a home.

One of the first expenses you’ll incur is a loan origination fee. This is a fee charged by the lender for processing your loan application. You can expect to pay 1% to 2% of your loan amount in origination fees. For example, if you’re taking out a $200,000 mortgage, your origination fee would be $2,000 to $4,000.

You’ll also need to pay for an appraisal and home inspection. An appraiser will assess the value of the property to make sure it meets the lender’s requirements. A home inspector will check for any major defects or needed repairs. Expect to pay $300 to $500 for an appraisal and $400 to $700 for a home inspection.

In addition, you’ll need to pay for title insurance and escrow or closing costs. Title insurance protects you from any claims against the property that arise from previous owners. Escrow or closing costs cover administrative fees and other miscellaneous costs associated with closing on the property. These costs can add up to 2% to 5% of the purchase price of the home.

Finally, don’t forget about ongoing costs such as property taxes, homeowners insurance, and maintenance and repairs. Property taxes are typically paid quarterly or semi-annually and can range from 0.2% to 2% of your home’s value depending on your location.

Homeowners insurance protects you from damages caused by fire, storms, and other perils. It typically costs $600 to $1,200 per year, or 0.5% to 1% of your home’s value. 

And last but not least, remember that all homes require regular maintenance and repairs – plan on budgeting 1% to 3% of your home’s value each year for these expenses.

As you can see, there are a number of costs associated with buying a home beyond the purchase price itself. By being aware of these expenses ahead of time, you can be better prepared financially and avoid any unpleasant surprises down the road.

Why buy a home in Calgary?

Location

Calgary is located in the province of Alberta in western Canada. The city is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Calgary is a vibrant and rapidly growing city with a population of over 1.2 million people.

Housing Market

The housing market in Calgary is very strong, with prices for detached homes rising by nearly 10% in the past year. The average price for a detached home in Calgary is now over $560,000, while the average price for a condo is just over $350,000.

Economic outlook

The economic outlook for Calgary is very positive, as the city is home to several major corporations and is a hub for the energy industry. The unemployment rate in Calgary is just 6%, which is well below the national average. Additionally, wages in Calgary are among the highest in the country.

Quality of life

Calgary consistently ranks as one of the best cities in Canada thanks to its low crime rates, great schools, and abundance of amenities and recreation opportunities. The city also has a very active art and culture scene, with numerous museums, galleries, and theatres to enjoy.

Transportation

Calgary has an excellent transportation infrastructure, with a light rail system connecting downtown with the city’s rest. There are also several bus routes that operate throughout Calgary, making it easy to get around without a car.

What to look out for when buying a home in Calgary

Location

Location is the first thing you need to consider when looking for a new home. Where do you want to live? Do you want to be in the city or the suburbs? What kind of neighbourhood do you want to live in? Once you’ve decided on a general location, you can start narrowing your search.

Size and number of bedrooms

Another important consideration is the size of the home and the number of bedrooms. How many people will be living in the home? Do you need a lot of space, or can you get by with less? Do you need a specific number of bedrooms? Once you’ve answered these questions, you can start looking at specific homes.

Price

Of course, price is always a major consideration when buying a new home. How much can you afford to spend? What kind of mortgage can you qualify for? Once you have a budget, you can start looking at homes that fit your price range.

Condition of the home

Another important consideration is the condition of the home. Is it an older home that needs some work? Or is it a newer home that’s in good condition? If you’re not handy with repairs, you may want to steer clear of an older home that needs work. But if you’re willing to put in some elbow grease, an older home can be great.

The neighbourhood

As we mentioned before, location is important when buying a new home. But it’s also important to consider the neighbourhood where the home is located. Is it a safe neighbourhood? Are the schools good? What are the neighbours like? These are all things to keep in mind when choosing a new home.

Commute time

If you work downtown, you may want to find a home close to public transportation or easy access to the highway. This will help reduce your commute time and make getting to work each day much easier.

Proximity to amenities

Another consideration is proximity to amenities such as grocery stores, parks, and entertainment options. You may want to find a home close to a park or playground if you have young children. If you like eating, you may want to find a home close to restaurants and cafes. Consider your lifestyle and needs when choosing a new home and pick a location accordingly.

Compare listings

Compare