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Land for Sale in Alberta

Looking for land to purchase in Alberta? With years of experience in the industry, we’re here to help you make an informed decision about the property that’s right for you. From acreages and ranches to farmland and development land, Hansen Land Brokers offers a wide variety of options to choose from.

Hansen Land Brokers: Your One-Stop Resource for Alberta Land for Sale

The Hansen Land team is here to help you find the property that’s right for you. We’ll work with you to understand your needs and find the perfect piece of land for your next investment.

Here’s what you can expect when you work with us:

An Extensive Database of Listings

We have a wide variety of land listings from all over Alberta, so you’re sure to find something that meets your needs.

Nearly 30 Years of Experience

We have a wealth of experience in the Alberta land sales industry and are here to help you every step of the way.

A Commitment to Customer Service

We’re dedicated to providing the best possible service to our clients. We’ll be with you every step of the way, from finding the right property to closing the deal.

Hansen Land Brokers - Alberta Land For Sale

Why Buy Land in Alberta?

Alberta ranks third in the country for the combined land and rural property currently available for sale. This province is the Meat, Beef, and Poultry Processing industry’s third-largest hub, as well as the biggest center for beef cattle production in Canada.

Once you choose to become a landowner in the province, you are joining the ranks of others who have been highly successful in building a business off the rich resources and fertile farmland the province has to offer. Ultimately, we want to help you achieve your dream. We can provide you with the consultation and options if you plan to buy land in the area.

Types of Alberta Land Available for Sale

At Hansen Land Brokers, we specialize in a wide variety of land types, including:

Acreages & Ranches


Development Land

Investment Properties

We know that every buyer has different needs, so we make it our goal to find the right property for you.

Looking to Sell Your Land in Alberta?

If you’re looking to sell your land in Alberta, we can help too. We have extensive experience in the Alberta land sales industry and can help you get the best possible price for your property.

Contact us today to learn more.

Need A Partner for Your Land Sale Transactions? Work with Hansen Land Brokers

As you explore your choices, it’s smart to work with a land broker who can provide competent advice to assess the property. There are various factors to consider in this venture, including location, the potential for productivity, accessibility, proximity to trusted water sources, the expected precipitation levels, soil quality, and many others. A land broker can enlighten you about these things if this is your first time to look and negotiate for a land in Alberta. 

When it comes to buying land in Alberta, we can be your one-stop resource. With nearly 30 years of experience specializing in selling land and helping land buyers in their negotiations, we know how to push your best interests forward. 

Hansen Land Brokers will guide you throughout the whole process – from looking for the best prospects to closing the deal. Rest assured that with our help, you will be able to acquire the land of your choice at the most reasonable cost and under favorable terms. We are experts in representing clients to their best advantage.

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Alberta Land For Sale

  • For Sale
    Sprawling Vulcan County property.
    3 Acre Parcel In Vulcan County-minutes From Lake Mcgregor

    , Alberta Canada


    3 Acres of undeveloped land located in Vulcan County. 6 minutes from the town of Milo, 1.5 miles north off of Highway 23. Pick…

      Lot Size3 Acres Acres
  • For Sale
    Aerial shot and coordinates of the ideal property to buy in Vulcan County.
    Half Section In Vulcan County

    Carmangay, Alberta Canada


    320 acres of revenue producing farmland available in Vulcan County. Just 12 mins east of Carmangay or highway 23.  A full ½ section, with…

      Lot Size320 Acres
  • For Sale Investment & Development Land
    Looking for an expansive 88+ acres of prime real estate. Let our expertise guide you!
    88+ Acres Of Development Land In Artists View Park

    Calgary, Alberta Canada


    This listing includes 88.44 acres currently zoned A-gen, with this gently sloping natural lands it gives beautiful views of both the Calgary skyline and…

      Lot Size88.44 Acres
  • For Sale Investment & Development Land
    Aurora Heights- Phase 4

    Blackfalds, Alberta Canada


    This 5.26 acre tract of land had all the heavy lifting done including all approvals in place to immediately start servicing the 32 lot…

    • For Sale Investment & Development Land
      114.39 +/- Development Acres On The Edge Of Blackfalds, Ab

      , Alberta Canada


      Take a little, take a lot. Aurora Heights SE-34 consists of 55.80 +/- Acres of residential development lands sitting on the west side of…

        Lot Size114.39 Acres


    Alberta has mountains, prairies, desert badlands, bogs, and enormous coniferous woods, making it a beautiful province rich in topographical variety. Depending on your objectives, you might purchase land to set up your residence, or for recreational use, as an investment holding, for agricultural purposes, or for development. Choosing the right land to fit your needs at the right price is key when pursuing a land purchase. Alberta has historically-proven over decades, a predictable increase in land values.

    Yes, you can find lots, land, farmland, beach properties and more on Kijiji including some of Hansen Land Brokers’ listings.

    In Alberta, purchasing Crown land for sale is just not an option. The land is administered on behalf of the Crown by various federal and provincial government agencies and departments, and it is not for sale, as a general rule.

    Yes, there are lots of properties for sale that are waterfront and lakefront properties in Alberta.

    Because aquiring property is often one of the largest investments most people ever make, it is important to be well-advised. As a buyer you will want to be confident with the lending terms that you are most comfortable with as well as investigating the potential re-sale value. It will be important to know of any possible liabilities that you could be acquiring with the property. There are many factors to consider which is why it is prudent to contact an experienced land broker or real estate agent to help you with your inquries and provide the best guidance.

    Alberta’s Land Sales Prohibition Act (1942-47) restricted the ability of Hutterites to buy land.

    Yes, there is plenty of farmland for sale in Alberta that have a variety of agricultural opportunities.

    Any person who has achieved the age of eighteen but is not yet seventy-one, is a British subject or a Canadian citizen, or proclaims his intention to become a Canadian citizen, and has lived in Alberta for at least one year in the three years preceding to making an application can apply. A veteran who presents a certificate from the Veterans’ Land Act 1942 (Canada) verifying his status as a veteran is eligible to also apply regardless of residency requirements, and he/she is also eligible for financial aid under the same Act.

    To bid on vacant land assumes that the property is up for auction. Participating in an auction involves registering for the auction and following the Terms and Conditions for the sale. Not all land for sale that is vacant is registered in an auction, the typical process for aquiring vacant land for sale is through submitting a legally binding Offer to the Purchase to the Seller. Using a land broker or real estate agent that is familiar with trading in the specialized area of land deals ensures you are addressing the concerns related with land transactions.

    A contract for sale must contain several elements in order for it to be legally enforceable. These are Consideration, Intention to Be Legally Bound, Legality and Certainty of Terms.

    All information relating to registered land ownership is open to the public in Alberta, and a “title search” can be acquired through any licensed registry office, any lawyer who has subscribed to the system, or directly from the Land Titles Office which is also accessible online at

    The property is sold by the court in a judicial sale. The loan is then paid off with the proceeds of the sale (or as much of it as possible). The court makes every effort to get a transaction that is as near to fair market value as practicable. The lender never receives the title to the property.

    All information relating to registered land ownership is open to the public in Alberta, and a “title search” can be acquired through any licensed registry office, any lawyer who has subscribed to the system, or directly from the Land Titles Office which is also accessible online at

    There is currently no land transfer tax in Alberta. However, transfer registration fees payable to the Land Titles Office are based on, and increase with, land value (generally, the purchase price).

    In addition to the income tax ramifications of real estate transactions there is also the possibility that the Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) might apply.

    Currently, the GST is applied at the rate of five per cent to most sales of goods and services in Canada.