Welcome to Red Deer, a lively city in the heart of Alberta with a surprising amount of condos for sale.
Surrounded by beautiful nature and situated almost halfway between Calgary and Edmonton, Red Deer has been a significant city for Alberta over the years, popular with commuters and those looking for a comfortable way of life. It is home to some intriguing attractions, landmarks, and sites of interest, like the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, along with the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery.
The city is also home to over 100,000 people and 46 condo buildings. There are many great condos for sale in Red Deer. Those looking for Red Deer condos for sale can choose from Low-Rise, Mid-Rise, and Loft condos for sale, and the condos for sale in Red Deer can be found all over the city, both in the Downtown districts and out towards the suburbs too.
A great aspect of Red Deer is the diversity of its neighborhoods. Some of the downtown areas, close to the Red Deer River, offer lively living and lots of Low-Rise and Mid-Rise condo buildings with Red Deer condos for sale. Meanwhile, in quieter areas, you can also find Loft condos for sale and Low-Rise condos too.
Those who enjoy being in the heart of the city can take a look for condos for sale in Red Deer in neighborhoods like South Hill, Downtown Red Deer, and Woodlea, or head north of the river to places like Riverside Meadows.
For something a little different, you can also find Red Deer condos for sale in neighborhoods and areas like Michener Hill, Clearview Meadows, Bower, Inglewood, Ironstone, Vanier Woods, Lancaster Green, and Lonsdale, right out towards the city's edge.
No matter which area you choose when looking to buy condos in Red Deer, you're never too far from key sites like the Sports Hall of Fame, Kerry Wood Nature Centre, and Heritage Ranch.
The average days on market for condos for sale in Red Deer is 91 days, and the average sale price of condos in Red Deer is$180,497. There were 262 Red Deer condos sold last year. Compared to the previous year, there was an decrease of -48% condos sold in Red Deer.
Red Deer is generally regarded as a great place to live in Alberta, offering natural escapes, local ski resorts, beautiful surroundings, and great opportunities in the city itself too. Red Deer has a walk score of 59, a bike score of 45, and a transit score of 41, with the Red Deer Transit service running various bus routes around the city.
There is a surprising amount of green space with Michael O'Brien Wetland nearby 91 Cosgrove CRES.