18006 108 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada • Honestdoor
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18006 108 Street NW

Chambery EdmontonAlberta

Honestdoor Price 
$397,700

Information

Land Size515 sqm (5,550 sqft)
Year Built2002
ZoningResidential Small Lot Zone (RSL)

Taxes

Date
Value
2020$3,675
2019$3,800

Transactions

Date
Value
Oct 30, 2002$176,429
Apr 22, 2002$41,000

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Honestdoor Price 

Current Honestdoor Price
$397,700
Growth Since Dec 2020
$2,100(0.53%)
Mar2020Apr2020May2020Jun2020Jul2020Aug2020Sep2020Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021$390K$400K$410K$420K$411K$410K$417K$420K$420K$420K$402K$406K$403K$406K$420K$420K$394K$402K$403K$402K$400K$400K$398K
Oct2020Nov2020Dec2020Jan2021$390K$400K$410K$420K$411K$410K$417K$420K$420K$420K$402K$406K$403K$406K$420K$420K$394K$402K$403K$402K$400K$400K$398K

City Assessments

2020 Assessment Price
$394,000
Growth Since 2012
$500(0.13%)
201220132014201520162017201820192020$400K$420K$440K$394K$403K$414K$428K$441K$430K$422K$419K$394K
2017201820192020$390K$400K$410K$420K$430K$440K$450K$394K$403K$414K$428K$441K$430K$422K$419K$394K

Neighbourhood

Average City Assessed Price for Chambery

201220132014201520162017201820192020$400K$450K$500K$550K$429K$456K$489K$524K$546K$541K$536K$530K$511K
2017201820192020$450K$500K$550K$429K$456K$489K$524K$546K$541K$536K$530K$511K
House

Stats for Chambery

785 houses / 0 condos / 5 commercial buildings.

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18006 108 Street NW is a home in EdmontonAlberta. It last sold for $176,429 on Oct 30, 2002The most recent HonestDoor Price for this home is $397,700 and was last estimated on Jan 07, 2021Assessment growth for this home is +0.02% annually, with a total growth of +$500 since 2012