Alberta Real Estate

Willie Ip

Designated Broker

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Provincial Office
23 Sunpark Dr. SE, #280
Calgary, AB T2X 3V1

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The growth and stability of Alberta’s economy have caused unemployment to stay low in recent years and attracted many home-buyers from all walks of life to the westernmost of the prairie provinces. While there are plenty of opportunities for nature-bound activities such as hiking, fishing, and camping, there are just as many thriving urban opportunities in Alberta’s larger cities. The province celebrates its western culture through yearly festivals and the Calgary Stampede, North America’s largest rodeo. The diversity of the province continues to expand from its beautiful national parks to the more recent founding of several high-tech industries in Calgary and Edmonton, and the real-estate options are just as diverse. From cabins in the western. snow-capped mountains to vast prairie land in the east, you are sure to find the perfect home. 

 

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New Listing – 14 minutes online
$619,000
4
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,064
SQFT
711 101 Avenue Calgary, AB T2W0A2
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Welcome to this rare BI-LEVEL house with a WALK-OUT basement in the community of SOUTHWOOD. This project is fully remodelled from the studs showing the excellent craftsmanship throughout with all the required permits. This amazing home is full of upg

Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX IREALTY INNOVATIONS
New Listing – 14 minutes online
$89,500
1
BED
1
TOTAL BATH
52
SQFT
#204 10945 83 ST NW Edmonton, AB T5H1M2
Condo For Sale
Active

Attention first time buyers or investors! This east facing second floor 1 bedroom condo is located on the tree lined streets of Cromdale, steps away from the LRT, Commonwealth Stadium, the River Valley, and a short commute to downtown. This unit come

Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX Excellence
New Listing – 14 minutes online
$414,900
2
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
93
SQFT
#105 2612 109 ST NW Edmonton, AB T6J3T1
Condo For Sale
Active

MODERN LUXURY 2 BED 2 BATH CONDO STEPS TO CENTURY PARK LRT! This upgraded main floor unit boasts massive windows, loads of natural light, gas range, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, modern finishes, open concept, 9 ft ceilings, 2 lar

Listing courtesy of: MaxWell Progressive
New Listing – 14 minutes online
$564,900
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,004
SQFT
253 Precedence View Cochrane, AB T4C2W7
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

BRAND NEW HOME by Douglas Homes, Master Builder in Precedence of Riversong. Featuring the Silverton. Located on a large corner lot across from central an island park . This gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 & 1/2 half bath home offers over 2000 sq ft of living s

Listing courtesy of: GREATER CALGARY REAL ESTATE
New Listing – 14 minutes online
$849,900
5
BEDS
6
TOTAL BATHS
415
SQFT
267 TORY CR NW Edmonton, AB T6R3A5
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

PALATIAL is the best word to describe this house, with 6500 sqft of living space, it MUST be seen to be appreciated. Do you have a big family, teenagers, multi generational living situation, a nanny, a renter, do you need a home office or 2 or 3? Thi

Listing courtesy of: 2% Realty Pro
New Listing – 34 minutes online
$354,999
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,105
SQFT
78 Martinvalley Court Calgary, AB T3J4L9
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

INCREDIBLE VALUE! 3 BEDROOM/ 3 BATH, 2 STOREY LOCATED IN THE DESIRABLE COMMUNITY OF MARTINDALE. Almost 1500 Sq Ft of well developed living space in this lovely 3 bedroom family home in prime location. Abundant natural light permeates throughout this

Listing courtesy of: COLDWELL BANKER MOUNTAIN CENTRAL
New Listing – 54 minutes online
$740,000
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,643
SQFT
927 43 Street Calgary, AB T3C1Z8
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Welcome to this updated side by side duplex in desirable Rosscarrock offering both sides for sale. Each unit features 821 sq. ft. on the main floor with a spacious living/dining area, 2 bedrooms, 4 pc. bath and kitchen. The lower level has 1 bedroom,

Listing courtesy of: REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS INC.
New Listing – 54 minutes online
$599,900
4
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,346
SQFT
117 Windrow Link Airdrie, AB T4B4K4
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Beautiful 2-storey house with front double attached garage comes at quite and peaceful Location in the great community of windsong. Main floor and upper floor has 9 feet knockdown ceiling with ceramic tiles at the entrance, living room and family roo

Listing courtesy of: URBAN-REALTY.ca
New Listing – 54 minutes online
$189,900
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,266
SQFT
4936 48 Street Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T1E1
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

CHARACTER & CHARM! Upon entering the property you are invited by a covered veranda spanning the full width of the home (24'3×7'6). The main floor offers clear sightlines from the front entrance to the kitchen, each room is defined within the space ye

Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX real estate central alberta – RMH
New Listing – an hour online
$399,900
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
1,210
SQFT
740 Panamount Boulevard Calgary, AB T3K0P6
Multi-Family For Sale
Active

Welcome to this WELL DESIGNED & UPGRADED semi-detached residence with NEW carpet on main and upper, FRESH paint throughout, Hardie board siding, irrigation, BBQ gas line, +1738 SQFT of total living space, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, large REC ROOM in

Listing courtesy of: CHARLES
New Listing – an hour online
$1,500,000
3
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
2,469
SQFT
2226 8 Street Calgary, AB T2E4H6
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

You will fall in love with this beautiful custom built West Ridge Fine Home! Backing onto the prestigious Winston Golf Club, this two storey inner city masterpiece feature a butlers kitchen, fully equipped rec room and wet bar, homework nook and an o

Listing courtesy of: BODE
New Listing – an hour online
$149,900
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,216
SQFT
5846 49 Street High Prairie, AB T0G1E0
Mobile Home For Sale
Active

A perfect combination of recreation, utility and cost effectiveness. That's a good description of this home. Literally on paved walking trails, a stone's throw to parks and great access to schools, Aquatic Center and stores its got everything, includ

Listing courtesy of: Century 21 Sunnyside Realty
New Listing – an hour online
$318,000
2
BEDS
1
TOTAL BATH
1,055
SQFT
11413 69 Avenue Grande Prairie, AB T8W0E5
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Immaculate home in Pinnacle Ridge – perfect for the first time buyer. The open kitchen has tons of cabinetry, a good size island with power and a dining area; flooring is all tile. The living room has a lovely fireplace and laminate flooring. The mas

Listing courtesy of: Century 21 Grande Prairie Realty Inc.
New Listing – an hour online
$429,900
4
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
1,081
SQFT
96 Whitefield Close Calgary, AB T1Y4X6
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

GREAT 4 LEVEL SPLIT WITH DOUBLE FRONT ATTACHED GARAGE. FULL DEVELOPED. 3 BEDROOMS + FULL BATH +MASTER 2PCE ENSUITE. THIRD LEVEL HUGE FAMILY ROOM WITH STONE FIREPLACE +ANOTHER FULL BATH AND LARGE FOURTH BEDROOM. 4TH LEVEL BASEMENT ALSO DEVELOPED WITH

Listing courtesy of: REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS INC.
New Listing – 2 hours online
$529,900
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
1,887
SQFT
273 Bridleridge View Calgary, AB T2Y0E6
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Congratulations!! *** The most enchanting lot in Bridlewood is now For Sale and you have the opportunity to own it. *** Breathtaking sunrises and sunsets await you in this thoughtfully, custom-designed home situated perfectly on a lovely landscaped l

Listing courtesy of: CIR REALTY
New Listing – 2 hours online
$339,000
3
BEDS
3
TOTAL BATHS
121
SQFT
1627 65 ST SW Edmonton, AB T6X0N1
Multi-Family For Sale
Active

Owner occupied well kept half duplex in Walker Lakes. Featuring 1307 sqft of living space. Main floor features a GAS FIREPLACE, BUILT IN SPEAKERS in living room ceiling, half bath with vanity. The kitchen has FULL HEIGHT espresso cabinetry featuring

Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX River City
New Listing – 2 hours online
$1,010,000
4
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
2,234
SQFT
72106 218 Avenue Rural Foothills County, AB T1S4A4
Single Family Home For Sale
Active

Incredible location! Only 10 mins to city limits off Dunbow Rd East. City living in the country. Mins to all amenities including the south hospital. This private setting is perfect for having the best of both worlds. 2.5 acres of trees & park-like se

Listing courtesy of: DIAMOND REALTY & ASSOCIATES LTD.
New Listing – 2 hours online
$89,900
3
BEDS
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,520
SQFT
5823 52 Street Eckville, AB T0M0X0
Mobile Home For Sale
Active

Modular Home in quiet Eckville Mobile Home Park. This 20 wide mobile shows well with the generous kitchen/dining and large living room to entertain guests. Enjoy the ensuite with jetted tub and the walk-in closet off the large master bedroom. Second

Listing courtesy of: Royal Lepage Tamarack Trail Realty
New Listing – 2 hours online
$389,900
718
ACRES
448 Discovery Place Place Calgary, AB T3H6A2
Land For Sale
Active

Phase 1 of Discovery Ridge 90% sold out & and developed with Million Dollar Plus Homes. 50Ft Frontage , 100 Ft at rear backing onto Natural Reserve. & 127 Ft Deep, Total of 7, 728 Sq Foot Corner Lot in a Cul-de-Sac & Possible to Build 3 or 4 Car Gara

Listing courtesy of: HOUSTON REALTY.ca
New Listing – 2 hours online
$354,900
2.53
ACRES
32532 Range Road 42 Rural Mountain View County, AB T0M1X0
Land For Sale
Active

COVER all your ANGLES !! JUNCTION of Highways 22 and 27. You have excellent coverage from the BUSY Highway 22 – which travels north and south AND from the streams of traffic on highway 27 – which travels east and west. Both of these highways have a H

Listing courtesy of: Century 21 Westcountry Realty Ltd.

about alberta

In more ways than one, Alberta sits at the top of the world. As Canada’s westernmost prairie province, the Great Plains run right up against the Rocky Mountains, making Alberta a strikingly beautiful place to live. Here the land holds sway over everything. The land supports the agricultural industry, the cattle industry, and, thanks to its extensive mineral and natural gas deposits, the land has given Alberta a GDP per capita among the highest in the Western world. Despite cold winters and small cities, Albertans have worked hard over the centuries to make a living in a land as rich in beauty as it is in economic prosperity.

history of the province

The most convenient way to think about Alberta is to split it across the middle. The northern part of the province is dominated by bands of subarctic and boreal forests, full of poplar and willow trees. For the last ten thousand years or so, the First Nations hunted, fished, and gathered for food and furs. Peoples such as the Chipewayn prospered here despite the cold winters and the snow. In the south, where the forests give way to the plains, First Nations like the Cree and the Blackfoot lived on enormous Buffalo herds. These herds covered the land from horizon to horizon, and still roam Alberta today, though in much smaller numbers. 

In the eighteenth century, the English and the French arrived in Alberta, setting up forts and trading posts in the north. Large-scale euro settlement did not occur until the late 19th century with the coming of the Canadian Pacific Railway. The town of Calgary sprang up on the western edge of the Great Plains, founded by the famous Canadian Mounted Police, or “Mounties.” Edmonton, farther to the north, was founded earlier than Calgary but grew up later, taking in immigrants from as far away as Ukraine. Over the years, a healthy rivalry formed between Edmonton and Calgary, which persists today, especially between their respective sports teams.

It wasn’t until 1947, when extensive oil deposits were discovered throughout the province that Alberta became the economic powerhouse that it is today. The production of this oil quickly dominated Alberta’s economy and has been a mainstay for the province ever since. Still, Alberta strives to diversify its economy, and as of 2017, the oil and natural gas industry made up only 16% of its GDP. Alberta is therefore poised to demonstrate to Canada, and to the rest of the world, that a rural, isolated place near the northern edge of the world can be a diverse, vibrant, and prosperous place. The winters might be long and cold, but the summer sun shines eighteen hours a day.

Alberta transportation

As we said, Alberta is a big place, and getting anywhere will take some serious travel. The Trans-Canada Highway crosses Alberta east-to-west in two places, Calgary and (you guessed it) Edmonton. These two cities are connected north-to-south via Highway 2. With distances between most towns and cities on a Great Plains scale, a car with high fuel economy should be one of your main considerations. However, it’s no secret that the winters in Alberta are intense, to say the least. It might be wiser to prioritize using a vehicle that can manage foul weather better than it can eat up the kilometres from Calgary to Banff. 


If you don’t have a car, but you still want to get around, there’s still the air and the rails. Both Edmonton and Calgary have international airports, so you’re never too disconnected from the rest of the world. Rail routes from Calgary connect to Banff and even cross the Rockies to Vancouver. VIA Rail’s ‘Canadian Train’ also offers overnight sleeper routes from Toronto to Vancouver.

things to do in Alberta

Alberta is enormous. In Canadian terms, placed in the east, it would stretch from Toronto to Halifax. Compared to the east coast of the United States, it could reach from South Carolina to Massachusetts. It’s big, and a list of even one hundred places could not adequately cover all the things to do in Alberta. We’re going to try to cover ten.

  1. Visit Calgary.
    • We’re probably going to rub more than a few Edmontonians the wrong way by placing Calgary first, but Calgary is the most populous city in Alberta. Calgary won worldwide fame when it hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics, and its Olympic Park is open to the public for winter and summer sports. You might be surprised to see Calgary’s skyscraper-studded skyline rising up out of the plains, with the Rocky Mountains rising even higher in the distance. Calgary boasts a city-wide culture rivalled only by Toronto and Montreal and, of course, Edmonton.
  2. Visit Edmonton
    • A little under three hundred kilometres to the north of Calgary, Edmonton is truly the “Last City on the Plains.” Edmonton hosts several music festivals throughout the year, namely the TD Edmonton International Jazz Festival and the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. Edmonton is also home to the largest open-air stadium in Canada, Commonwealth Stadium, where Edmontonians can watch football, soccer, and major concert acts throughout the year.
  3. Banff National Park
    • Banff National Park is breathtaking, and there’s really no other way to describe it. Not as large as the American behemoths of Yellowstone or Grand Canyon, Banff is nevertheless another stunning example of the conservation of the natural world. Only 100 kilometres west of Calgary, Banff is a must-visit for any Albertan. Enjoy hot springs, mountainside hiking trails, and glaciers during the winter months. As Canada’s oldest national park, Banff is a legendary name in the minds of every nature-lover in North America. A refuge for grizzlies, cougars, wolverines, and moose, Banff will satisfy the wild drive in every visitor who comes to stand in the shadows of its snow-capped mountains.
  4. Canadian Badlands
    • Located about 70 kilometres to the northeast of Calgary, here the grasslands give way to a dusty, sun-beaten stretch of canyons, hoodoos, and other natural wonders of erosion. The town of Drumheller, located here, is an excellent springboard for any nature lovers interested in hiking, climbing, or spelunking in the area’s caves. Take a trip through the badlands to see what happens when the wind goes to work. The random outcroppings and freestanding pillars of carved stone are sure to keep you fascinated every time you venture down into this alien corner of Alberta.
  5. Dinosaur Provincial Park
    • Also located within the badlands, Dinosaur Provincial Parks offers something for everyone. For those obsessed with prehistoric plants and animals, Dinosaur Provincial Park might seem too good to be true. For those more inclined to the here and now, the stunning landscapes and the living flora and fauna are more than capable of satisfying the craving for the outdoors.
  6. Athabasca Falls
    • Though not quite as grand as Niagara, the Athabasca Falls offer an unforgettable display of nature’s power as white water plummets almost 25 metres from a picturesque turquoise river. These falls are roaring with snow melt in the spring and summer, but if you come in the winter, you’ll be greeted by an even more impressive site. When the water freezes, the falls cling as an icy glaze to the dark stones of the river bed, creating a beautiful gorge of white and startlingly clear blue.
  7. Jasper National Park
    • Encompassing the legendary Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park rides the spine of the Rocky Mountains. Situated almost perfectly between Calgary and Edmonton and twice as large as Banff, Jasper is a perfect getaway from Alberta’s two big cities. With icefields and peaks over ten thousand feet, Jasper National Park will last you a lifetime. Jasper is to Edmonton what Banff is to Calgary. We don’t know if their rivalry extends to these national parks, but if it does, we’d be at a loss to choose between the two. Both have beautiful lakes, awe-inspiring mountains, and a lifetime of experiences to offer their visitors. The only thing we know for certain is that Alberta is lucky to have them both.
  8. Grassi Lakes
    • If you haven’t noticed by now, much of Alberta’s beauty lies in the mountains to the west. Grassi Lakes is another gem of natural wonder easily accessible to the majority of the population that lives in and between Edmonton and Calgary. Right on the doorstep of Banff National Park, the Grassi Lakes are low-key spots to be savoured again and again over the years.
  9. Fort Edmonton Park
    • As much as we love the outdoors, let’s return to Alberta’s cities for our last two spots. Fort Edmonton Park is a much-beloved attraction in Edmonton. Fun for the whole family, the park features recreations of pioneer Albertan life at key points throughout history, focusing primarily on the 19th century and the traditional indigenous lifestyles of the First Nations who first called the lands of Alberta home.
  10. Heritage Park Historical Village
    • Of course, if Edmonton has a historical park, then Calgary must have one too! We won’t get into which is better, but we will say that Calgary’s Heritage Park offers at least as many fun activities for the family as Fort Edmonton Park. Indulge for a little while in some Old West nostalgia, and get a glimpse of the life of old Calgary when it was a cattle town at the western edge of the Great Plains.