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905-4747 67 Street
Parkland Mall
Red Deer, AB T4N 6H3
Office Fax855-301-9727
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CENTURY 21 Advantage
905-4747 67 Street
Parkland Mall
Red Deer, AB T4N 6H3
Office Fax855-301-9727

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Century 21 Advantage and Red Deer Real Estate

Century 21 Advantage is a full-service real estate office. We specialize in serving Red Deer and surrounding area. Our associates live in the communities we serve and know the cities you call home such as Ponoka, Lacombe, Sylvan Lake, Blackfalds, Penhold, Innisfail and Red Deer. We can help make your move to your new home comfortable and easy.

The Red Deer real estate market is a dynamic unique market, with seasonal and annual trends.  Since late 1910 our brokerage has been a fixture in Red Deer real estate.  The name has changed over the years but our commitment to service and community involvement remains.  Stay up to date on all the changes in the real estate market by reading or subscribing to our Blog.

 The Red Deer river runs through Red Deer, giving us our name.  Red Deer is the largest city in Central Alberta, and only one of the many communities that make up Central Alberta.  Near to Red Deer are Sylvan Lake, Lacombe, Blackfalds, Penhold, Springbrook and Innisfail to name a few.

Century 21 Advantage is proud to serve all these areas and many more.  Contact one of our associates today.



Red Deer Red Deer

Located halfway between Edmonton and Calgary in the heart of Central Alberta, Red Deer boasts the perfect blend of big-city convenience and small-town ...

Sylvan Lake Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake: A Town for All Seasons Known across the province for its expansive freshwater lake and beautiful beaches, Sylvan Lake is certainly ...

Ponoka Ponoka

Ponoka: The Essence of Alberta Picturesque Ponoka rests among rolling hills midway between Red Deer and Edmonton, making Ponoka the ideal community ...

Lacombe Lacombe

Lacombe: People, Pride, Progress Lacombe may be a quick 30-minute drive from Red Deer’s city centre – but Lacombe is truly a city in its ...

Rimbey Rimbey

Rimbey: A Town on the Move Nestled among lakes and rivers and prime agricultural land, the growing little town of Rimbey has a long history in Central ...

Blackfalds Blackfalds

Blackfalds: A Nice Place to Grow Truly, Blackfalds is a nice place to grow – but don’t take our word for it. Come for a visit and discover ...

Innisfail Innisfail

Innisfail: Pride in our Past; Faith in our Future Just a 30-minute drive south of Red Deer lies Innisfail, a small town with plenty of big-city amenities ...

Penhold Penhold

Penhold: The Home of Future Generations Centrally located on Highway 2A between Red Deer and Innisfail, Penhold is a vibrant family orientated community ...

Springbrook Springbrook

Springbrook: Celebrating the Past; Embracing the Future A short 10-minute drive from Red Deer’s city limits will bring you to Springbrook, a ...

Clive Clive

  Clive Alberta is a small friendly community that is a short 15 minutes from Lacombe Alberta, 30 minutes from Red Deer, and 10 - 15 minutes ...


Pines Pines

The Pines, in Red Deer is one of Red Deer's early desirable higher end areas.  It boasts unique landscapes, beautiful pine trees, reserved areas, ...

Waskasoo Waskasoo

Located near the Red Deer river, Waskasoo is home to Red Deer’s Kerry Wood Nature Centre, Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary, Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive ...

Mountview Mountview

The Green Onion is an iconic landmark in Red Deer.  Standing out tall and green, it's more than a water tower. Mountview is bordered by 32 St and ...

Aspen Ridge Aspen Ridge

Aspen  Ridge, is located in southeast quadrant of the City at the intersection of 30th Avenue and 22nd Street. Land uses in the Area Structure ...

Anders On The Lake Anders On The Lake

Anders is one of those Red Deer subdivisions that has evolved over decades.  First there was Anders or Anders Village in the mid to late 70's.  ...

Clearview Clearview

Bordering on the Michner Centre grounds and bordered by 30th avenue and Ross Street, Clearview is a community that has excellent access foo commuting to ...

Clearview Ridge Clearview Ridge

Clearview Ridge is one of Red Deer's newest subdivisions.  One of Red Deer's hidden treasures with walking paths that take you to the Michener ...

Morrisroe Morrisroe

Morrisroe is the first area in Red Deer to feature streets with names of prominent residents and citizens of Red Deer.  Started in the early 70's ...

Inglewood East Inglewood East

The Eastern Part of what is commonly referred to as Inglewood is home to many styles of housing.  Whether is is former Stars Lottery show homes and ...

Vanier Woods Vanier Woods

Vanier Woods is one of Red Deer's newest areas.  Located on the Southerly most East part of Red Deer, Vanier Woods is convenient to the East ...

Deer Park Deer Park

For long time residents they might recall Deer Park Alliance Church as that Church out in the middle of farm land.  Years later it sure doesn't seem ...

Parkvale Parkvale

Parkvale is located near downtown Red Deer.  One of the city's more established neighbourhoods with larger lots, older homes and plenty of trees.  ...

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Century 21 Advantage Open Houses for the Weekend of November 1 & 2, 2014

Open Houses for Saturday November 1, 2014 113 McDougall Crescent Hosted by: Bill Hogg 1:00-3:00pm 69 Wiltshire Boulevard Hosted by: Dave Haley 2:00-4:00pm 89 Downing Close Hosted by: Melissa Morin 2:00-4:00pm 72 Allwright Close Hosted by: Bridget Wright 1:00-3:00pm 83 Hill Crescent Hosted by: Kim Fox 10:30am-12:30pm ...

Albertan Homebuyers Interested In Layout Over Location

Albertans are the most likely in Canada to purchase a home based on layout and finishes.  Other factors included commuting distance and preferred community.  What  are the features you look for in purchasing a home? More information is available here Information courtesy of the Huffington Post Online - October 23, 2014

Red Deer and Central Ab for sale inventory report.

It’s important when buying or selling property to know the local inventory numbers. When inventory levels are high, typically prices stay stagnant or decrease. When inventory levels are low, and there aren’t enough homes for buyers, homes will sell faster and at a higher price. Below are single family detached home inventory levels for Red Deer and some smaller towns in Central Alberta. To read the ...

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