Delta Real Estate Statistics
|Average Home Price||$1.8M|
|Total Real Estate Listings||18,835|
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Discover Delta Homes For Sale BC
Delta homes for sale BC are located mainly in the Northern end of Delta neighbouring Surrey, BC. The other two main areas include Ladner and Tsawwassen, but these areas have considerably fewer residents compared to North Delta.
Single-family homes are more comparable to Surrey, BC as far as pricing is concerned. It is common to find many homes for around, or just under, a million dollars. The average size of these homes is around 2,500 sq. ft., with 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms. Delta homes tend to be on slightly larger lots, which makes it a great area for families looking for additional yard space. Delta real estate is very fortunate to be on such rich fertile soil. This provides the perfect base for lush foliage to surround these homes and line the quiet streets.
Delta Condos For Sale
Delta condo for sale are a delightful mix of apartment-style condos and townhouses. These are a good option for first-time buyers. The maintenance-free living option is perfect for younger couples or families, and for retired people who are not interested in yard work.
Scottsdale is a popular area for apartment-style condos in Delta. High-rise towers provide residents with stunning views of the Delta landscape. There are many affordable 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom options that are sure to please most homebuyers.
If a townhouse is more of what you are looking for, then rest assured that Delta real estate has what you are looking for. Nordel is a community within North Delta and provides the largest choice of townhouses in the area. Delta townhouses for sale offer homebuyers larger indoor space and some outdoor space, which you won’t find in apartment-style units. With the addition of amenities, you will find plenty to keep you busy in and around your fantastic townhouse.
Living In Delta, B.C.
Given the large agricultural presence in Delta, the majority of the land is for farming with housing communities closer to the water. Apart from agriculture land, there are still many parks for residents to walk and bike on the numerous trails. The following are some of the natural spaces where residents can be at one with nature:
- Alaksen National Wildlife Area
- South Arm Marshes
- Deas Island Regional Park
- Burns Bog Delta Nature Reserve
- Boundary Bay Regional Park
- Diefenbaker Park
It is no surprise that Delta has some wonderful golf courses. Surrounded by water, Delta is the perfect setting for an afternoon of golfing with family and friends. Here are some of the golf courses for you to check out in Delta:
- Beach Grove Golf Club
- Tsawwassen Springs Golf
- Delta Golf Centre & Driving Range
- King’s Links by the Sea
- The Links at Hamptons Cove
- Sunshine Woods Golf Centre
One of the main reasons so many people visit Delta is to take the ferry from the Tsawwassen Terminal. This terminal has hourly ferries to Vancouver Island, providing transport for thousands of people a day. The latest addition to this area is the shopping complex of Tsawwassen Mills. This outlet mall has hundreds of stores, entertainment options, and restaurants. Some of the most popular stores in this mall include:
- Bass Pro Shops
- Sport Chek
- Saks Fifth Avenue
- Hockey Life
Another more nature-driven reason to visit Delta, according to Tourism BC, is the George c. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary. This area is located on Westham Island next to the Alaksen National Wildlife Area. With over 300 hectares of land, there are trails, ponds, pathways, and marshes. It is the perfect place for bird watchers to potentially see nearly 300 different species of birds that visit every year.
Wondering where to enroll your kids into school?
Delta schools are run through School District 37 Delta. There are 24 elementary schools and 7 secondary schools in Delta. This district ensures that each school provides a safe, culturally diverse, and nurturing learning environment for all students. Some of the schools that your children will be assigned to include:
- Elementary Schools - McCloskey Elementary K-7, Neilson Grove Elementary K-7, and Pebble Hill Traditional Elementary K-7
- Secondary Schools - Delta Secondary 8-12, Delview Secondary 8-12, and North Delta Secondary 8-12
Looking for alternatives to get around Delta?
Public transportation in Delta is through Translink, the Greater Vancouver Transit Authority. This is an efficient system that will get you where you need to go! There is not a rapid transit system in Delta, so the closest SkyTrain is in Surrey, BC. This station is just three kilometers from the Surrey border and has great links to Vancouver and the lower mainland.
Does Delta real estate sound like the best fit for you? Contact Jag Sidhu Professional Real Estate Corporation today to start your home buying journey!