Housing In The Slave Lake Region

When relocating to a new community, one of the first things you need to address is housing for you and your family. There are various options for housing types as well as locations within the region to chose from. In Slave Lake, there are single family homes, duplexes, townhouses, condos, apartments, basement suits and manufactured homes on private or rented lots. Depending on your family’s needs, options are available to own or rent. In the Municipal District there are single family homes available on acreages in the Southshore area and Poplar Lane, while family farms dot the landscape around Smith, Hondo, Chisholm and Flatbush. For those that are seeking country living while being close to amenities, the hamlet of Smith provides families and individuals many options for owning a rural property. If you are planning to build a home in the region, ensure you have all of the information and permits from either the Town of Slave Lake or the Municipal District prior to building.

For your convenience there are are three real estate offices in Slave Lake to serve your housing needs: Royal LePage Progressive Realty, Re/Max Slave Lake, and Century 21. The offices provide information on buying and renting in the Slave Lake Region. Also, for seniors or those that seek community and low-income housing, the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Housing Authority provide options for individuals and families in the region.

A new initiative by the Town of Slave Lake, in partnership with Homes by Northplex Inc., is providing attainable home ownership for families and individuals in a newly-developed subdivision called Fournier Place. The 94-unit subdivision is located in the south-west portion of Slave Lake and features quality modular homes at an attainable price for entry-level home ownership. Homes are built in a climate-controlled facility in Barrhead, Alberta, and are placed on permanent pilings in the subdivision. Interested buyers can choose a floor plan and design, and can customize and upgrade the interior, offers standard entry-level ownership right through to executive retirement living. Fournier Place will also feature a playground, community green space and walking trail, coming in mid-2014. For inquiries, please contact Richard at 780-305-2460.

If you are browsing the web for housing in the Slave Lake Region, try the following sites that offer classified ads:

Slave Lake Post
Facebook Slave Lake Buy & Sell 

Housing Prices (average) in Slave Lake:

Manufactured home on rented lot: $80,000
Manufactured home on private lot: $230,000
Duplex/townhouse w/garage (built after 2001): $350,000
Single-family home (built prior to 2001): $350,000
Single-family home (built after 2001): $400,000

Housing Prices (average)of single-family home in the Municipal District:

Southshore area: $400,000
Poplar Lane: $500,000
Marten Beach: $330,000
Smith: $225,000
General Country Residential w/5-15 acres: $500,000