14015 100 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Honestdoor
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14015 100 Avenue NW

Glenora EdmontonAlberta

Honestdoor Price 
$1,159,500

Information

Baths3.1
Beds6
Floor Space245 sqm (2,650 sqft)
Land Size935 sqm (10,050 sqft)
Year Built1952
ZoningSingle Detached Residential Zone (RF1)

Taxes

Date
Value
2021$10,350 ($862.50/month)
2020$10,356 ($863/month)
2019$10,792 ($899.33/month)
2018$10,502 ($875.17/month)
2017$9,649 ($804.08/month)

Transactions

Date
Value
May 25, 2001$468,000
Oct 29, 1997$432,328
Sep 01, 1993$350,000
Jun 14, 1989$209,200

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Honestdoor Price 

Current Honestdoor Price
$1,159,500
Growth Since Jan 2021
$14,000(1.22%)
Apr2020May2020Jun2020Jul2020Aug2020Sep2020Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$1M$1.1M$1.2M$1.3M$1.4M$1.23M$1.32M$1.28M$1.26M$1.26M$1.26M$1.14M$1.15M$1.16M$1.14M$1.13M$1.13M$1.08M$1.08M$1.11M$1.12M$1.14M$1.15M$1.15M$1.16M
Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021Feb2021$1.05M$1.1M$1.15M$1.2M$1.25M$1.3M$1.35M$1.23M$1.32M$1.28M$1.26M$1.26M$1.26M$1.14M$1.15M$1.16M$1.14M$1.13M$1.13M$1.08M$1.08M$1.11M$1.12M$1.14M$1.15M$1.15M$1.16M

City Assessments

2021 Assessment Price
$1,079,000
Growth Since 2012
$74,000(6.42%)
2012201320142015201620172018201920202021$1.05M$1.1M$1.15M$1.2M$1.25M$1.15M$1.16M$1.22M$1.23M$1.23M$1.13M$1.21M$1.19M$1.11M$1.08M
2018201920202021$1.05M$1.1M$1.15M$1.2M$1.25M$1.15M$1.16M$1.22M$1.23M$1.23M$1.13M$1.21M$1.19M$1.11M$1.08M

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14015 100 Avenue NW is a home in EdmontonAlberta. It last sold for $468,000 on May 25, 2001The most recent HonestDoor Price for this home is $1,159,500 and was last estimated on Feb 06, 2021Assessment growth for this home is -0.71% annually, with a total growth of -$74,000 since 2012