105 8909 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Honestdoor

105 8909 100 Street NW

105 8909 100 Street NW

StrathconaEdmontonAlberta

Honestdoor Price

$
232,300

Information

Baths1
Beds2
Floor Space75 sqm (850 sqft)
Land Size695 sqm (7,450 sqft)
Year Built2000
ZoningMedium Rise Apartment Zone (RA8)

Rental Information

Airbnb Nightly Rate

This property is predicted to rent on Airbnb for:

$65

per day

Long Term Rental Rate

This property is predicted to rent for:

$1175

per month

Taxes

Date
Value
2021$1,976 ($164.67/month)
2020$1,930 ($160.83/month)
2019$1,970 ($164.17/month)
2018$1,955 ($162.92/month)
2017$1,978 ($164.83/month)

Transactions 

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Date
Value
Aug 23, 2001$555,555

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Honestdoor Price 

Current Honestdoor Price
$232,300
Growth Since Apr 2021
$1,500(0.65%)
Jul2020Aug2020Sep2020Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021Mar2021Apr2021May2021$210K$215K$220K$225K$230K$235K$240K$220K$226K$224K$227K$220K$214K$215K$216K$216K$216K$222K$218K$220K$221K$219K$220K$219K$218K$222K$226K$231K$232K
Feb2021Mar2021Apr2021May2021$210K$215K$220K$225K$230K$235K$220K$226K$224K$227K$220K$214K$215K$216K$216K$216K$222K$218K$220K$221K$219K$220K$219K$218K$222K$226K$231K$232K

City Assessments

2021 Assessment Price
$206,000
Growth Since 2012
$31,000(13.08%)
2012201320142015201620172018201920202021$200K$220K$240K$260K$237K$253K$240K$248K$245K$233K$225K$217K$207K$206K
2018201920202021$200K$210K$220K$230K$240K$250K$260K$237K$253K$240K$248K$245K$233K$225K$217K$207K$206K

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105 8909 100 Street NW is a condo in EdmontonAlberta. It last sold for $74,000 on Aug 23, 2001The most recent HonestDoor Price for this condo is $232,300 and was last estimated on May 08, 2021Assessment growth for this condo is -1.45% annually, with a total growth of -$31,000 since 2012