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Banff real estate listings & homes market for July 21, 2018, find 10 Banff real estate listings & homes for sale in listed active, REALTORS® average Banff asking price $1,054,190.00 highest price approximately $1,890,000.00. Property types include attached, detached, for sale by owner, luxury, condos, foreclosures and more. Data is deemed reliable but not guaranteed accurate by CREB®. Search Banff Real Estate contact a licensed REALTOR® with questions call .

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    Active Banff Real Estate: 10
    Average Price: $1,054,190.00
    Highest Price: $1,890,000.00
    Lowest Priced Listings: $449,000.00


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    February 10th 2018
    "Donna Rooney and her team have helped us multiple times over the last 8 years and we have always been tremendously happy with the efficiency and professionalism of her team. Most recently they helped us with the purchase of a new home, which was very exciting for our family. However, more importantly they helped us with the sale of our previous home. After the the 2013 flood, out lives went into a temporary state of flux while we tried to sort out insurance, a renovation, and where we were going to live while our home was inhabitable. We had made the decision to move to a new home but were uncertain about the value we would attract for our current home and how the listing would play out. As we approached completion of the renovation and got ready to list, Donna came to us with a clear plan of exactly what she thought we should do. Our house was one of, if not the first to go on the market post flood. We took Donna's advice, listed our house and we had an offer in 48 hours. Ultimately, the house sold for a mere 1% off list. Her experience and knowledge of the market showed itself in spades and I would recommend Donna and her team to anyone looking for an agent to help with their real estate needs. "
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    ""A fortuitous referral from a family member led me to Donna and Gary. Their professionalism is evident in the hugely successful practice they run, but of greater importance to me is their kindness, their combined sense of humour and their ability to determine quickly what an individual client needs and wants. They and their wonderful staff are exceptional in their field." Brigid Stewart"


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    Banff National Park is Canada's oldest national park and was established in 1885. Located in the Rocky Mountains, 110–180 kilometres (68–112 mi) west of Calgary in the province of Alberta, Banff encompasses 6,641 square kilometres (2,564 sq mi) of mountainous terrain, with numerous glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine landscapes. The Icefields Parkway extends from Lake Louise, connecting to Jasper National Park in the north. Provincial forests and Yoho National Park are neighbours to the west, while Kootenay National Park is located to the south and Kananaskis Country to the southeast. The main commercial centre of the park is the town of Banff, in the Bow River valley.

    The Canadian Pacific Railway was instrumental in Banff's early years, building the Banff Springs Hotel and Chateau Lake Louise, and attracting tourists through extensive advertising. In the early 20th century, roads were built in Banff, at times by war internees from World War I, and through Great Depression-era public works projects. Since the 1960s, park accommodations have been open all year, with annual tourism visits to Banff increasing to over 5 million in the 1990s. Millions more pass through the park on the Trans-Canada Highway. As Banff has over three million visitors annually, the health of its ecosystem has been threatened. In the mid-1990s, Parks Canada responded by initiating a two-year study, which resulted in management recommendations, and new policies that aim to preserve ecological integrity.

    Banff National Park has a subarctic climate with three ecoregions, including montane, subalpine, and alpine. The forests are dominated by Lodgepole pine at lower elevations and Engelmann spruce in higher ones below the treeline, above which is primarily rocks and ice. Mammal species such as the grizzly, cougar, wolverine, elk, bighorn sheep and moose are found, along with hundreds of bird species. Reptiles and amphibians are also found but only a limited number of species have been recorded. The mountains are formed from sedimentary rocks which were pushed east over newer rock strata, between 80 and 55 million years ago. Over the past few million years, glaciers have at times covered most of the park, but today are found only on the mountain slopes though they include the Columbia Icefield, the largest uninterrupted glacial mass in the Rockies. Erosion from water and ice have carved the mountains into their current shapes.



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