Moose Jaw, SK Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Homes for sale in Moose Jaw, SK vary with prices ranging from $33,900 to $1,050,000.

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Moose Jaw is a Canadian city in the province of Saskatchewan.

The city has a population of over 33,000 people and takes up an area of 46.82 square kilometers.

The city has plenty of history behind it with the Canadian Pacific Railway having a strong presence in the city.

It also has a close connection to the United States as the city is just north of the border.

The city has diversity with a large population of people from all over the world.

15 Wing Moose Jaw is the home of the Snowbirds, a team that puts on air shows for everyone in North America.


Moose Jaw, Saskachewan

Moose Jaw, Saskachewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskachewan

  • Nickname(s): Little Chicago

  • Population: 30,586

  • Area: 46.82 km2


Economic Overview

Moose Jaw is home to two business parks.

The city has two railways and it also connects directly to the United States.

The workforce in Moose Jaw is highly educated and the city boasts a larger percentage of people with post-secondary education than in the whole province.

15 Wing Moose Jaw is the largest employer in the city.

Agriculture is a large industry here.

This industry thrives due to the quality of the land in Moose Jaw.

Some of the products that are grown most in the province are chickpeas, lentils and durum.

Mining is a large industry as well due to the province having the largest amounts of potash in the world.

This makes Moose Jaw home to many companies that are in the mining industry.


Entertainment and Tourism

Moose Jaw has a little bit of something for everyone. The city has many heritage buildings and museums for the history lover. Some of these attractions focus heavily on the history of railways in Moose Jaw. In addition to the historic attractions, there are plenty of opportunities to get into the outdoors in the city. There are orchards, gardens and parks to visit throughout Moose Jaw. One notable attraction is the Free to Be Me Sanctuary. The sanctuary takes care of farm animals that were abandoned.

Entertainment and Tourism


The city is divided in three main areas: the Center, the North and the South.

Downtown Moose Jaw

Downtown Moose Jaw is filled with many different shops, services and other amenities. Businesses line the streets with minimal housing. Mosaic Place, an arena in the city, is located here. This area is a great place to relax, but also a great opportunity for work as well since there are many attractions that bring people to the area.



Northern Moose Jaw consists of neighbourhoods such as Regal Heights, Earnscliff and Rosemont. Regal Heights is mostly composed of housing. The neighbourhood is near schools and parks and it is a short distance from the central area of the city. The community of Earnscliff has services and shopping as well as other amenities. It is also home to the Western Development Museum and it provides access to the Trans-Canada Highway. Rosemont is largely composed of housing but it is very close to the Town ‘n’ Country Mall. The Moose Jaw Fire Department is nearby as well.


Southern Moose Jaw is made up of neighbourhoods such as Westmount, Pacific Park and Pleasant View. All of these neighbourhoods are dominated by housing. Pleasant View in particular has more of a rural setting. This area is home to many schools and parks and is only a short distance from Downtown Moose Jaw.

Real Estate Market

Northern Moose Jaw has condominiums and single-family homes. The homes vary in size, with some houses being quite large with spacious yards and others being a bit smaller. Condominiums can be purchased or rented with many services included. Downtown Moose Jawhas bungalows, single-family and multi-family homes and apartments. The homes range in size, but some have features such as yards and attached garages. The smaller homes in the area have small driveways and yards. These properties are generally affordable. The homes in this area are very close to schools and amenities. Southern Moose Jawhas single-family homes and bungalows. The homes here tend to be smaller and affordable. Most have yards and they are close to schools and parks making these homes perfect for families with children. Some of the bungalows found here are raised.

Home Style Median Price
Home $239,900
Apartment $238,000

The table above is based on data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available). Median prices are based on data from



There are two school boards that serve Moose Jaw: Prairie South School Division and Holy Trinity Catholic School Division. In total, there are 15 elementary schools and five high schools in the city. French Immersion and Core French programs are available at the schools in the city for children who want to further their studies in the nation’s second official language. As for post-secondary education options, students can attend the Moose Jaw campus of Saskatchewan Polytechnic. For students who are open to options outside of the city, there are institutions such as the University of Regina and Campion College that are located just a short driveaway in the nearby city of Regina.

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