Red Deer, Alberta – Single Family House

This three bedroom house is located 5 minutes outside of the City of Red Deer. Situated is a small and quite community, this house has a strong rental position to young families and seniors. It backs onto green space and allows for lots of space for the kids to play.

Situated right in the heart of the booming Edmonton – Calgary corridor, Red Deer and the surrounding county (Innisfail which is 15 minutes south of Red Deer) have enjoyed tremendous economic growth over the last seven years and the negative effect of the global downturn has been muted compared to other cities in Western Canada. The underlying economic stability has lead to an influx of people from across Canada, helping to support one of the strongest rental and real estate markets in the province. It has become the main commercial and retail center for all of Central Alberta. The leadership in the city has created a vision of renewal, revitalization and economic stability, all of which make the opportunities in Red Deer very strong. From transportation changes, to increased localized job growth, to an increasing population, the City will continue to attract people from across the province.

  • Increasing population (90,084 people)
  • Location, Location, Location
    Located in the heart of Alberta’s beautiful parkland and midway between the two major cities of Calgary and Edmonton, Red Deer is Central Alberta’s trading and distribution centre.
  • Largest Market in Prairies
    only city in the Canadian prairies with a potential market of over two million people within a 160 kilometer radius.
  • Active & Energetic Labour Force
    An active labour force and a wide range of educational opportunities including apprenticeship training, vocational training and university transfer and degree programs help ensure a diverse, skilled and active labour force.
  • No Business Tax
    adds to the competitive business environment.
  • Low Combined Tax & Utility Rates
    combined property tax and utility rate consistently ranks among the lowest of the major cities in the province.

Diversified Economy
A growing manufacturing industry, a strong retail and wholesale service industry, agriculture, tourism, oil and petrochemical industries.