Own Land You Can Turn Into Assets
Alberta has become the hotspot for land investments in Canada as more vacant properties are being sold, and more investors are coming in to take advantage of these opportunities. Depending on your vision and the resources available, you, too, can grow your portfolio through investing and developing land in the region.
Hansen Land Brokers has a variety of investment lands for sale in Alberta that you can choose from.
Browse through our listings below!
Commercial Building 309-1st Street West
High River, Alberta T1V1P7 Canada
Highly sought after downtown commercial office building in the center of High River, Located across the street from the High River museum and the famous…
- Sq Ft10,500
2.32 Acres In The Town Of Carstairs
, Alberta Canada
2.32 Acres ready for development in the Town of Carstairs. Prime location sitting on the corner of 10th Ave and Lackner Way, centrally located…
Lot Size2.32 Acres
Full Quarter Section North East Of Trochu
, Alberta Canada
Just north east of Trochu in Kneehill County sits a full quarter section of grass/ pastureland. Currently 26 acres of seeded hay land and…
Lot Size160 (+/-) Acres
What Is Investment & Development Land?
Investment & Development Land is an asset that you can use for future development projects. You can buy it, build on it, and then sell it for a profit. In Alberta, there are a lot of undeveloped lands that are perfect for investment—you just have to know where to look and who to connect with.
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If you are looking for investment and development lands in Alberta, Hansen Land Brokers can provide you with competent land brokerage services to meet your goals. Take advantage of our inventory of investment and development properties today.
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