Yukon Real Estate

Welcome from REALTORS® Across Yukon
GO
About Yukon
Yukon, the “Larger than life” territory, is best known for its pristine and sprawling wilderness. With an almost endless amount of outdoor adventures waiting for you in Yukon, it is easy to find yourself lost in natures beauty. So whether you come for the fishing, hiking, kayaking, or wildlife viewing you can be sure to find something for the whole family to enjoy. If you’re looking for a home in the wild, look no further.

Many that find themselves calling Yukon home choose to live in the capital city Whitehorse. Known for having the least air pollution in the world, you can breathe easy as you explore this charming city. So visit the National Historic Sites and enjoy a trip to the past. Or, perhaps visit the Yukon Arts Centre and enjoy a diverse selection of artists and exhibits. No matter who you are, you will most certainly find enjoyment here.

So whether you are seeking adventure, culture or the perfect family home you can be sure to find it in Yukon.

Find Houses For Sale in Yukon

Fun Facts
  • Whitehorse wasn't Yukon's capital till 1953. Before that, the province's capital city was Dawson City.
  • Yukon features the smallest desert in the world, Carcross Desert. It measures 1 square mile, or 2.6 square kilometers.
  • Every year Whitehorse hosts the Adäka Cultural Festival, celebrating the arts and culture of First Nations people.
  • Famous actor Victor Jory, most known for his villainous roles in the 1930's films The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Gone With the Wind, was originally from Dawson City, Yukon.
  • The Kluane National Park Reserve is home to Canada's tallest mountain, Mt Logan. The mountain features peaks of over 5,000 meters in height.
Whitehorse REALTOR.ca Landing Page City Facts Image

The Buyer's Journey

Preparing to purchase image Preparing to Purchase
Planning your finances image Planning your finances
Finding the right home checklist image Finding the Right Home Checklist (PDF)
Cover of Homebuyers' Roadmap brochure The Homebuyers' Roadmap (PDF)