Relocating from Kelowna to Red Deer

Moving from Kelowna to Red Deer.  

Kelowna offers plenty of benefits, with beautiful views and many things to do to enjoy the outdoors. Along with a sense of community, plenty of restaurants and pubs to enjoy and try. No doubt the Kelowna is a great place to live. 

With the cost of living on the rise, many Canadians are looking to move to Central Alberta. With the standard size family home averaging around $700,000 compared to Red Deer where a home is around $364,000. Even with the options of renting over owning in Kelowna, the cost of rent is still far greater in Kelowna than in Red Deer. 

The benefit of Red Deer is its close proximity to Banff, Canmore and Kananaski. With only a short drive to the mountains, you have the option to make it a quick day trip for skiing, hiking or even just a scenetic drive to the mountains. 

Red Deer is rated one of the top place for entrepreneurials, it also provides opportunities for different businesses from conception to groundbreaking, stabilization, and expansion. Its an ideal place for anyone looking to start their own business, whether a home based business or a store front. There is endless business opportunities. 

Red Deer has neighborhoods for every lifestyle, for growing families, couples, retirees. With each neighborhood offer their own atmosphere and benefits.  There are plenty of locate restaurants and pubs that you can enjoy with your family and friends. 

The Red Deer River runs through the city, offering beautiful views. Residents can enjoy the trails along the Red Deer River and its tributaries, the Waskasoo and Piper Creeks. New to Red Deer is the Canon Coaster (summer 2022) and longest summer tubing slide in western Canada (opened summer 2023). We haven't forgotten about your four legged friends, Red Deer has many trails and off leash dog parks for you and your four legged friend to enjoy and explore. 

Red Deer offers plenty of amentities, with  Red Deer being locating between Edmonton and Calgary. It still allows for all the amenities of the big city, without the cost of living in the big city. You can either make a trip north to Edmonton and enjoy the World Waterpark, Galaxyland or even enjoy many great locate restaurants and pubs. If you are wanting to head south to Calgary, you can enjoy the Calgary Zoo, Calgary Stampede in July. 

Central Alberta, is a great place to start your next adventure, whether that you starting a new career, education or a raise your family. View our featured listings, to find the home that is right for you

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